NVAC - MBH


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Old 04-18-00, 08:52 AM
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I am in the process of installing a Heat Pump on my house. I have been bombarded with accronyms for certain aspects, such as SEER, EER, COP, HSPF, etc.... On the whole I get all of them except one (MBH). I cannot, for any money, find what stands for and what it means.

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Old 04-18-00, 01:28 PM
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im not real clear on the M but when you see lets say 56MBH it stands for 56,000 btu's an hour. and i cannt find it anywhere.
 
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Old 04-21-00, 07:58 PM
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M = THOUSANDS

Example: 86,000 BTU'S

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