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Electric Heating Room Size Calculator

Storage Heater Calculator. This calculator will provide an estimated wattage required for your storage heaters so that you can comfortably heat your space. Although our heaters have a maximum input rating of 3.4kW, you can satisfy larger wattage requirements by using more than one heater in each room. Our calculator assumes a ceiling height of 2.4m, no cavity wall insulation, average external temperature of …

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Storage Heater - Size Calculator - Electric Heat Warehouse

All you need is the floor area and outside wall length to calculate size of storage heater required. Over 1.50 kW and you may need two storage heaters. The table above shows recommended figures that will help to calculate the power requirement in kWatts to install Storage Heaters in the UK and Ireland. To calculate the theoretical heat loss in a room it is necessary to match the room floor area with the total …

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Electric Furnace Sizing - AC Direct

Select the optional heating type. Enter the approximate square feet of the area in your home that you need to heat/cool. Click the "Calculate System Size" button. Upon calculating your system size, you will be shown a selection of systems that fit your recommended size.

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HVAC Rule of Thumb Calculator - Mechanical and Electrical

Electric Heater Room Size Calculator. Our electric heater room size calculator will provide you with an estimate of the minimum size and quantity of radiators, panel heaters or storage heaters your room will require to establish and maintain a temperature of 21°C within the UK, based on …

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How to Size an Electric Baseboard Room Heater

Electric Heater Room Size Calculator - Heater Shop

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Calculating Sizing for Electric Baseboard Heaters

Oct 29, 2019 · 144 square feet multiplied by 9 watts equals 1296 watts. Adding 10% for a window equals 1425.6 watts. Adding 20% for two exterior walls equals 1710.72 watts. Dividing by 250 (the normal wattage per linear foot) equals 6.84 feet of baseboard heater required.

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Specific Heat Calculator

Mar 16, 2019 · Measure the length and width of the room, in feet. Multiply the length x the width to get the square footage. Multiply the square footage x 10, to give you the rough wattage of heating required for the room. Choose one or more baseboard heaters that total or …

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