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A ton of refrigeration (TR), also called a refrigeration ton (RT), is a unit of power used in some countries (especially in North America) to describe the heat- extraction capacity of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment. It is defined as the rate of heat transfer that results in the freezing (*or melting) of 1 short ton ( 2, lb; Many manufacturers also specify. CFM is cubic feet per minute of air that will be discharged into the TR is tonnage of refrigeration which means amount of heat extracted But you need to specify your CFM when ever using because to For a 1 ton AC, how much CFM is required? 8, Views · How is BTU converted into CFM?.
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From ohayō to konnichiwa, learn how to say hello in Japanese with 24 different greetings. Know how to say This phrase is usually written in hiragana. Use this . When greeting someone before lunch, this is the standard way to say “hello.” Time-specific greetings are more significant in Japan than in the United States. While you can technically say “konnichiwa” in the morning, greeting someone with “ohayō gozaimasu” is much more common. The kanji for this greeting is お早うございます.