Ton-hour (refrigeration) to all other Energy conversions


It is also called a refrigeration ton, is a unit of power used in some countries to describe the heat–extraction capacity of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment. The TR unit was developed during the 1880s. Its definition was set at the level of an industry standard in 1903. It is defined as the rate of heat transfer that results in the freezing or melting of 1 short ton (2,000 lb; 907 kg) of pure ice at 0 C (32 F) in 24 hours.
A refrigeration ton is approximately equivalent to 12,000 BTU/h or 3.5 kW.

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