# How do I find my AC tonnage?

## How do I find my AC tonnage?

Simply divide the BTUs by 12,000 to calculate the tonnage of your unit. For example, if your air conditioner is 36,000 BTUs, you have a 3-ton unit. Some manufacturers bury tonnage or BTU information in their model numbers. Look for an even, two-digit number between 18 and 60.

How do I read my Armstrong Air model number?

For Armstrong Air, you should look at the end of the model number. It will be a number divisible by 6 or 12, and represents the nominal BTU of the system in thousands. A ton of air conditioning equals 12,000 BTU so, for the model number 4SHP16LS136P, 36 divided by 12 equals 3 tons.

### What are the dimensions of a 4 ton AC unit?

Details:

Specifications – Outdoor Unit (Cooling Only) GSX160481
Tonnage 4 Ton
Liquid Line Size 3/8″
Unit Dimensions 35 1/2″w x 35 1/2 “d x 36 1/4 “h
Sound Level 72 DB

How can you tell what size your AC unit is?

To calculate the size, simply multiply the length times the width of the room or area to be cooled. Then, as a practical number, multiply that total times 25 BTU. This allows ample cooling, whether it is a rainy, moist day or a hot, sunny, humid day. Let’s say the room is 12 feet wide by 15 feet long.

#### How do I know my AC model?

The model number of your air conditioner is listed on a metal plate on the side of the unit near the electrical lines running to your home.

How old is my Armstrong Air AC?

The date of production/manufacture or age of Armstrong Air® HVAC equipment can be determined from the serial number located on the data plate.

## Is Armstrong a good air conditioner?

Armstrong has a lot to offer in terms of reliability and innovative features like mold-control and SEER-improving techniques. Their units are durable and very efficient, and there are even options for homeowners on tight budgets.

How is tonnage calculated?

1 ton equals 12,000 BTU. That means that, on average, we will need 0.0016 tons per square foot….Tonnage Table.

Area (Square Feet): BTU Tonnage
600 sq ft 12,000 BTU 1 Ton
900 sq ft 18,000 BTU 1.5 Tons
1,200 sq ft 24,000 BTU 2 Tons
1,500 sq ft 30,000 BTU 2.5 Tons

### How big is a ton of Armstrong air conditioning?

For Armstrong Air, you should look at the end of the model number. It will be a number divisible by 6 or 12, and represents the nominal BTU of the system in thousands. A ton of air conditioning equals 12,000 BTU so, for the model number 4SHP16LS1 36 P, 36 divided by 12 equals 3 tons. Older models may have a shorter number, like CJK 24 S-2C.

What kind of air conditioner is Armstrong 10 seer?

Call us 844-262-5082 The Armstrong SCU10 is a discontinued 10 SEER air conditioner. Documents on the unit date back to at least 1997. It is considered an entry level, split system unit. Its compressor has few moving parts and the cabinet has a powder painted finish.

#### What kind of refrigerant does Armstrong Air scu10 use?

The SCU10 line uses a variety of Copeland, Tecumseh and Bristol compressors on different models. Each unit used R-22 refrigerant. The manufacturer advises against installing the unit near bedrooms, due to noise produced during operation. Routinely changing the air filter on the air handler or furnace used to distribute air inside the home

Where are the model numbers on Armstrong Air?

Model numbers for Armstrong Air products are found on the outside of the unit, usually in a lower rear corner. Either way, Armstrong Air has an extensive collection of literature on every piece of equipment we offer, to help you learn more. And to help you understand why Armstrong Air is The Professional’s Choice.

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