How to Calculate the amount of Btu’s Required for Refrigeration. Walk-in cooler, Cooks line etc. Freezers. etc.
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7 thoughts on “How to Calculate Btu's Required for Refrigeration. Walk-in cooler, Cooks line etc.

  1. Samir Khalife says:

    Hey, I am trying to calculate for my light duty walk in refridgerator. They have 3 inch foam panels, 16x10x8, run time 12 hrs, cant seem to use the program. I was wondering if you can calculate for me by chance. Thanks!

  2. StackItUp1 says:

    Definitely oversizing. 250 watts of lighting? LED 4ft tubes are cheap for conversion and no ill affects from cold box temps. Our boxes this size have 36 watts of lighting and its clean and bright. 430 watts (1460BTU) for fan motors? Should be 35-50 watts per motor so <100w or 340BTU. If you have 2 speed motors much less even.

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