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Number of BTU for Air Conditioner

If you are looking for an ideal air-conditioning system for a particular area, it is of paramount importance to pay attention to its cooling capacity. BTU (British Thermal Unit) serves as an indicator of how much heat can be removed or added to a room per hour.

At Redsea, you can sort A/Cs according to several groups of air-con BTUs:

  • 12K-18K.
  • 19K-22K.
  • 23K-36K.
  • 37K-60K.

Opting for the smallest BTU of air conditioner means that a system will not be able to cool down a large area regardless of the running time. On the other hand, using an A/C with unreasonably high power level results in increased room humidity and colossal electricity bills. We want you to pick the best air conditioner. That is why we come up with a few pointers on how to do it.

Choosing the Right A/C

When deciding on the ideal number of air-conditioning unit BTUs, the most crucial factor is square footage of an occupied area. According to the standard requirements, a room size of 550 sq. ft. requires an A/C of 12,000 BTUs while the capacity of 36,000 BTUs is a perfect solution for 2,700 sq. ft. area.

Although square footage plays a vital role, some other factors should also be taken into consideration. For instance, constant sunlight exposure and heat-generating appliances require higher conditioning capacity to keep a room cool. If an A/C is supposed to be used at the office, where scores of people are working, it is recommended to add more BTUs.

At our store, you are offered various levels of BTU for window air conditioners, freestanding A/Cs, and coolers from well-known brands. You can also find extremely powerful cooling systems of up to 60,000 BTUs. Enjoy the refreshing breeze of air and impressive performance of our products!