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Thread: BTU vs. Watts

  1. #1
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    BTU vs. Watts

    There is a formula that compares/translates BTUs to Watts.

    How does one BTU of heat translate to watts?

    Thank you.

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    Its easier if you go from watt to BTU.

    1 watt=3.413 BTUs.
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    Thank you. I'll save the number.

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