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BTU calculator. Converts Watts & BTU.

 

Guide to Wattage / BTU Required
To calculate the Watts / BTU required for a given area / room please
  1. Select the Installation type for your Area / Room.
  2. Select the type of work being undertaken there.
  3. Enter the Width, Length and Height in Metres of the Area / Room. The values can be part of a Metre e.g. 2.98
  4. Click "Calculate Watts / BTU" to view required heat.
  5. Don't forget the answer is in Watts & 1,000watts = 1Kw
  6. Still too complicated? then contact us and we will willingly calculate and  design the scheme for you.
Select Insulation Type
Select Type of Work
 
Insert the area to be heated (all dimensions in Metres)
Area or Room Width
Area or Room Length
Area or Room Height

 Remember  (1000Watts = 1Kw)               Watts:

 

  BTU:

 

 

Watts / BTU Conversion
 
Enter either Watts or BTU and Click "EQUALS" to get conversion.
 
Watts BTU (per hour)

Thanks to P.Rogers for compiling the code for these calculators

This calculator is a guide to heating the volume of a room with ‘conventional’ heating eg gas heating. Infrared people heaters use much less energy. Ask us to quote for the size of area you want to heat and see the difference.

Savings Calculator

Use this calculator to estimate the saving you could make by switching from gas space heating to Victory infrared heaters. For guidance please see the example on our web page.

STEP 1: What is your current average monthly gas heating cost?

£ 

STEP 2: What are your workstation requirements?

Workstation size

Number of stations

Hours in use per week

One-man (1.5kW)*

One-man (2kW)*

Two-man (3kW)

Three-man (4.5kW)

* Choose the most appropriate to your situation.

STEP 3: What is your electricity kWh rate in pence?

STEP 4: Click the Calculate button

Based on the figures you have submitted:

1: The estimated monthly cost for IR heating is:

£0.00

2: The potential monthly saving is:

£0.00



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