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Old 04-01-01, 08:53 AM
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I need to determine the BTUs for a 16x12x9 ft room w/ three 3 6x3 ft double-paneled windows, with wall insulation fair/average in southern Wisconsin, hydroponic heating system.
 
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Old 04-01-01, 11:29 AM
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With that much glass in one room and being in a colder climite, I would have a heat load calculation done on the room to be sure. Search the net for home heat load calculations.
 
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Old 04-01-01, 11:38 AM
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Hello and Welcome big_daddy to the Do It Yourself Web Site.

On average and with all dimensions taken into consideration, the formular is:

40 BTU's per square foot.

Therefore, {if my calculations are correct... }

16 x 12 = 192 sq. ft. x 40 btu's = 7,680

The amount of BTU's needed to heat that room should be 7,680.

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Old 04-02-01, 04:06 AM
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If , when you shop

for heat,and find a heat unit at 7000 btu or 8000 btu go with the larger for those unusual cold days.PDF
 
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