100,000 BTUH, HOW MANY WATTS DOES IT DRAWPost created: 2012-11-07 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 368
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On 2012-11-08 JB wrote:
Hard to say without some additional information on the size of the system, type, usage, and so on, but the general rule of thumb is that 1 watt equals 3.41 btu per hour.
So for a 100,000 BTU furnace it can be estimated it is drawing 29,325 watts or about 3 kilowatts.