## Refrigeration tons to kilowatts Converter

 Enter power in refrigeration tons: RT Result in kilowatts: kW

### Refrigeration tons to kW conversion

It is a conversion calculator that is used to convert the power in in refrigeration tons (RT) to power in Kilowatts (kW). It has a single text field and two controls that carry out different functions of the calculator. When performing a new conversion, use the blank text field to enter the value in refrigeration tons and then click the ‘Convert' button. It initiates the conversion from refrigeration tons to kilowatts and the result will be displayed below the two controls.

When you want to perform new conversions, you will use the ‘Reset' button. It erases all data of the previous calculations giving a new space for more calculations.

##### For example;

Convert 200 refrigeration tons to kilowatts

##### Solution

The first procedure is to enter the value in refrigeration tons (200) in the blank text field. Click the ‘Convert' button to initiate the conversion. This gives you the result in kilowatts as; 703.3705 kW.

You can always repeat the same procedure when you have new values in refrigeration tons. The easiest way of readjusting the calculator is by using the ‘Reset' button. It increases the efficiency of this converter when you are performing a number of conversions.

#### Formula of converting refrigeration tons to kilowatts

P (kW) = P (RT) / 3.5168525. This implies that the power in kilowatts is determined by dividing the power in refrigeration tons by 3.5168525

Therefore,

1 kW = 0.28434517 RT. This means that one refrigeration tons are equivalent to 0.28434517 refrigeration tons.

Using the above example;

Convert 200 refrigeration tons to kilowatts

The calculation can be expressed as;

P (kW) = 200 RT / 3.5168525

= 703.3705 Kilowatts (kW)

This implies that 200 refrigeration tons are made up of 703.3705 Kilowatts (kW)

You can also use the RT to kW conversion table to determine the conversions of common values from refrigeration tons to Kilowatts based on a scale of 0.01 RT to 100 RT.