## How many BTU does it take to boil 1 gallon of water?

A British Thermal Unit (BTU) is a measurement of heat energy. One BTU is the amount of heat energy required to raise one pound of water by 1ºF. Water weighs 8.33 pounds per gallon so we can calculate that one gallon of water requires 8.33 BTU to raise the temperature 1ºF.

## How many watts does it take to boil 10 gallons?

BoilCoil

Boil Coil Size | Rated Voltage (VAC) | Power (W) |
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10 gallon 240 | 240 | 3750 |

15 gallon | 240 | 4500 |

20 gallon | 240 | 5000 |

30 gallon | 240 | 5750 |

## How many BTUs does it take to boil 1 pound of water?

That one pound of water must absorb 970 Btu’s before it all turns to steam, and will stay at 212°F during the process. That’s one match required to raise the temperature by one degree, and then almost 1,000 matches to boil off the water while not raising the temperature.

## How do I calculate BTU of water?

The simple formula for water is System Delivered BTU = 500 x GPM x System Water Temperature Change.

## How many BTUs Do I need to boil 5 gallons of water?

There are 8.35*5=41.75 lbs in 5 gallons. To take water from 75 to 212 therefore requires: (212-75)*41.75=5720 BTU.

## How many BTUs of energy in the form of heat can be absorbed by 1 gallon of water?

114 °F × 1 Btu/lb × 8.33 (Weight of 1 gallon of water) = 1,200 Btu.

## How many watts does it take to boil water?

In electric kettles the water is in direct contact with the heating element, there is no pot to heat and most kettles include an integrated lid. The electric kettle averaged around 1200 watts and took 125 seconds to boil the water, which translates to 0.04 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity consumed.

## How many BTUs do you need to boil water?

You have all heard of the BTU of heat energy (British Thermal Unit), it takes one BTU to raise one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit. So if the water in the pan on the stove is put in at 32°F, it will then require 180 BTU’s to bring the water to boiling temperature, or 212°F.

## How many BTUs does it take to raise 1 degree?

It takes 0.24 BTU of heat to change the temperature of one pound of air by one degree F.

## How many BTUs would you need to raise 45 pounds of water 18?

Using the same logic, you can heat 45 pounds of water by 2 degrees with 245=90 BTU. And you can heat it by 18 degrees with 4518 BTU.

## How do I calculate BTU?

The British Thermal Unit (BTU) is the amount of energy needed to heat a single pound of water by 1°F. 1 BTU is equivalent to 1055 joules.

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Calculating the BTU for your room.

Room | Multiplication Factor |
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Common Areas and Kitchens | Multiply Cubic Feet by 3 |

For Rooms Facing North | Add 15% |

## How many BTU do I need calculator?

Size and Ceiling Height

Area To Be Cooled (square feet) | Capacity Needed (BTUs per hour) |
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400 to 450 | 10,000 |

450 to 550 | 12,000 |

550 to 700 | 14,000 |

700 to 1,000 | 18,000 |

## How do you convert BTU to Watts?

For W to BTU/h conversions, 1 W is equal to 3.41 BTU/h. Therefore to convert BTU/h into Watts you need to divide by 3.41; to convert Watts into BTU/h you need to multiply by 3.41.