Square Meter Volt-Amperes/ Square Foot Armories and auditoriums 11 1 Banks 39b 3½b Barber shops and beauty parlors 33 3 Churches 11 1 Clubs 22 2 Court rooms 22 2 Dwelling unitsa 33 3 Garages — commercial (storage) 6 ½ 11/12/2015 NFPA 70: National Electrical Code (NEC), 2014 MADCAD.com (%) (1). Compare this to the 1VA per sq ft method [220.14(K)(2)] 18,000 x 1VA per sq ft = 18,000VA (smaller answer, omit) Sign circuits. The NEC requires each commercial occupancy accessible to pedestrians to have at least one 20A branch circuit for a sign [600.5(A)] ** In commercial buildings, VA per square foot values were reduced (with some exceptions) to align with occupancy energy codes**. Examples of VA per square foot changes include banks from 3.2 to 1.3; hotels and motels from 2 to 1.7; garages from .5 to .3; hospitals from 2 to 1.6; courthouses from 2 to 1.4 My experience has been from 20-25 watts / sf for most. Some smaller high dense ones have been close to 30 watts / sf Generator sizing has been from 5-10 watts / sf. Upper end since that major power outage and people are putting chillers on e-power now

been designed to provide and distribute 15 watts per square foot, for at least the past 50 years; when, in fact, the operational electrical load in these facilities has proven to be rarely above 5.. What's the average commercial building energy consumption per square foot? According to the Department of Energy (DOE), the average number of kilowatt hours per square foot for a commercial building is approximately 22.5. Here's the breakdown of how that energy is used: Approximately 8 kWh/square foot are consumed by refrigeration & equipment Watt per Square Foot based on IEEE. Watt per Square Meter based on NEC. Watt per Square Meter based on IEC. Watt per Square Meter based on Other Regulations. Click here to download In the next topic, I will explain Other methods for preliminary electrical load calculations. So, please keep following provided watts-per-square-foot limits for individual space types based on IES illuminance recommendations. These early standards required the calculation of the room cavity ratio (RCR) values for each space type and was further based on the simplified lumen method which provided the mathematical relationship between illuminance and energy use.

The NEC and HVAC Chapter Two Chapter Two of the National Electrical Code (NEC) covers Wiring and Protection and starts at Branch Circuits, Feeder circuits, Chapter Two of the NEC also covers basic lighting which by code is done by Volt-Amperes per square foot. (Table 220.12) The NEC and HVAC Chapter Two This is applicable to commercial. 500 watt per 100 Sq. foot of the constructed area. For Commercial: 1500 watt per 100 Sq. foot of the constructed area: Other Common Load: For lift, water lifting pump, streetlight if any, corridor/campus lighting and other common facilities, actual load shall be calculated: Staircase Light: 11KW/Flat Ex: 200Flat=200×11=2.2KW: Sanctioned Load.

Square Footage Measurement. The square footage sizing method is most frequently used in retail applications such as grocery stores, restaurants, convenience stores, and other commercial applications. Use the following calculations for determining generator size. Retail application: 50 kilowatts + 10 watts per square foot NEC Lighting - 2021 2021 New Equipment & Construction Lighting Table A: Lighting Systems Incentives. Product Wattage range is 35 watts to 149 watts. Recommended mounting height is > 16 or rooms of greater than 250 square feet. 45 (total) 3 . Daylight Dimming System . and/or . Occupancy Controlled . Step-Dimming System . $20

per linear foot OR the wattage limit of other permanent current-limiting devices on the system OR wattage limit of the transformer • OTHER = the wattage of all other luminaires and lighting sources not covered previously and associated with interior lighting verified by data supplied by the manufacturer or other approved source * Today I will explain the third method for lighting design which is Watt per square feet method as follows*. Third: Watt per square feet method (as per ASHRAE/ANSI/IESNA 90.1) We have two cases for lighting design by using Watt per square feet method which are: Space-by-Space Method (functional area method), The Whole Building Method Gross Sales floor area: The gross sales floor area shall be no more than 2.0 watts per square foot, plus the allocation for sales feature displays (Section 146 (b) 3D, i) Sales Feature Floor Displays: Illuminance category G (Table 1-S) may be used for no more than 10 percent of the gross sales floor area of the building

- Each commercial building (or occupancy) accessible to pedestrians must have at least one 8 outlet per tenant space entrance. 600-5(a) Each outlet must be at least 1,200 volt-amperes. 9 Show Window Lighting 220-12(a) Include at least 200 volt-amperes for each linear foot, xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx × 200=
- Where the load is computed on a watts per square foot basis, the total load, in so far as practical, shall be evenly proportioned among the branch circuits according to their capacity. When lighting units to be installed operate at other than 100 per cent power factor, see Section 210-23(b) for maximum ampere load permitted on branch circuits
- ance is measured in foot candles (FC) or lux. 1 FC is the amount of light that hits a 1 square foot surface when 1 lumen is shined from 1 foot away - this equates to 1 lumen per square foot. 1 lux is the amount of light that hits a 1 square meter surface when 1 lumen is shined from 1 meter away - this equates to 1 lumen per square meter
- The list shown below includes IES recommended lighting levels for a selection of industrial/commercial spaces. It gives these recommendations in the form of average foot-candles and lux values. Both of these are measurements for how much light makes it onto a surface. Lux means lumens per square meter, and foot-candles means lumens per square foot
- The size of electrical gear is based primarily on the ampacity of the bus within. For example, if a building has an electrical design criteria of 20 watts/square foot for power, lighting and HVAC, a 120,000 square foot office building would roughly require 2,400kW of power
- 6.1.4 Typical Connected Electrical Load for Air Conditioning Only 6.1.5 Central Air Conditioning Watts per SF, BTUs per Hour per SF of Floor Area, and SF per Ton of Air Conditioning 6.1.6 All-Weather Comfort Standard Recommended Heat-Loss Value
- Voltage Drop NEC 310-16 wire ampacity tables do not take into account voltage drop, only thermal limit. Overhead triplex, use 310-16 for wire ampacity. Rule of Thumb If circuit is loaded up to ampacity and distance to load is around 100 feet, then voltage drop will govern and will require larger wire size. If more than 3 phase wires are in on

- WATTS PER SQUARE METER AND DEMAND FACTORS FOR SERVICES AND FEEDERS FOR VARIOUS TYPES OF OCCUPANCY. INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL- 25 watts per square meter- Demand factor, 100% service conductors, 100% Feeders. 8-210 Other Types of Occupancy
- e the VA and serve as an estimating tool. Grouping loads The standard calculation requires the loads to be divided.
- Method 2: Square Footage. If you run a retail store or restaurant, this may be the best and simplest method for you. For a retail application: 50 kilowatts + 10 watts per square foot. For a commercial application: 50 kilowatts + 5 watts per square foot. Next Steps. Still uncertain
- In accordance with 220.12, the floor area for each floor should be calculated from the outside dimensions of the building. Multiply the area by 1 volt-ampere per
**square****foot**(11 volt-amperes per**square**meter). For example, a bank has a calculated area of 9,300**square**feet on the first floor and 7,200**square**feet on the second floor - You need about 5-8 watts of electric heat per square foot of the room being heated. Each linear foot of a typical electric heat baseboard provides 250 Watts of energy or electric heat output. As Carson Dunlop Associates' sketch shows, you can figure that your electric baseboard is providing about 250 watts of electric heat per foot of baseboard.

Here, experts offer some tips on properly lighting commercial pools and spas for safety. Know the codes — and how they don't apply. Virtually all codes on the books contain lighting requirements based on watts, prescribing a certain wattage per so many square feet. But these codes can prove to be outdated The 3 VA per square foot general lighting load for dwelling units does not include _____ 1 Where a building is designed and constructed to comply with an energy code adopted by the local authority and specifying an overall lighting density of less than 1.20 VA per 1.20 sq ft, the unit lighting loads in Table 220.12 for office and bank areas. There is no NEC limit on the number of recptacles for residential use (but there is for commercial). However, a number of local codes do have limits so check on them. After you take care of the require circuits for kitchens, bathrooms, and washer what kind of loads do you have left. Table lamps - 50 watts, floor lamps - 150. Big screen TV - 500 NOTE: Please choose proper unit of your room area to help us count led lights (Lux and watts calculation) required per square foot/meter/inch. This Lumen calculation formula is using predefined standard LUX Levels required for different room types. Result may defer according to spacing layout of led lights and position from wall

Buildings Alliances) Efficiency Forum industry members from the commercial real estate sector stated: We are putting far more capacity in buildings and creating a lot less efficient systems than we could because brokers are telling tenants they need 12, 14, 16 watts per square foot. That becomes part of the lease structure (CBEA 2012) What is the minimum size THW conductor that can be used to supply a 200 amp single phase commercial building?* 314.16. 2 watts per square foot. The _____ sponsors, publishes, and creates the national electrical code

When the number of receptacles 120v are unknown one method for calculations in banks and offices is to use one VA per square foot. (the citations are based on older edition of the NEC) to get you started. Commercial Load Calculations. Last edited by H.G. Watson, Sr.; 08-11-2010 at 07:20 PM. 08-11-2010, 08:18 PM #4 of watts per square foot or watts per square meter. 1. What is included in the area calculation, or how it relates to the number of IT cabinets or devices is not defined. 2. What is included in the power calculation is not defined. 3. It provides no information about the variation in power across a population of IT cabi-nets; is it a peak number In accordance with 220.12, the floor area for each floor should be calculated from the outside dimensions of the building. Multiply the area by 1 volt-ampere per square foot (11 volt-amperes per square meter). For example, a bank has a calculated area of 9,300 square feet on the first floor and 7,200 square feet on the second floor Determine Room Square Footage. Multiply the length times the width of the room to get the room square footage. For example, if the room is 10 feet wide and 10 feet long, the room square footage will be 100 square feet. Determine the Foot Candles by Room Type or Room Purpose. A foot-candle is how bright a light is one-foot away from its source

This means load estimates on watts-per-square-foot basis and the estimation of the amount of other utilization loads and their concentrations throughout the building. Understanding of the major loads/equipment power requirements and their location in the building is essential to the selection of the recommended distribution systems As a rule of thumb, provide one watt of incandescent or 1/3 to 1/2 watt of fluorescent light per square foot of floor space. Increase this by 50 to 100% for recessed lights, indirect lighting, or a room with dark surfaces. In a small bathroom, the mirror lights can also provide the ambient light So how many square feet of your roof will your PV solar system cover? Because of the variables, pinning down exact numbers is tough. But at 20 watts per square foot, a system rated to produce 2 kilowatts would cover roughly 150 square feet while a 3kW system would take up about 225 square feet

Yield per square foot ranged among research participants from 60g/sq. ft. or more to less than 20g/sq. ft., but the average yield per square foot, during the most recent harvests, rested just about in the middle at 39.5g This data sets the foundation for how commercial LED lights can dramatically reduce energy costs for different building types relative to the standard ASHRAE watts per sq ft. LED lights can reduce the w/sq ft. by 50% or more Our room example is a living room which requires 15 lumens per square foot. To get the square footage, all you need to do is multiply the length of the room in feet by the width of the room in feet. For example, a 16 foot long by 14 foot wide room has a square footage of 224. So we will multiply 224 by 15 and we get 3,360 lumens 3 Watts per square foot for lighting and general outlets; say 7500 for a 2500 square foot house. Now add electric dryer (5500), electric water heater (4500), electric stove or cooktop + oven (8500), two kitchen appliance outlets at 1500 (3000), laundry outlet (1500), two tons of air conditioning (3000 watts)

2.1. Spaces that have only one luminaire with a rated power of less than 100 watts. 2.2. Spaces that use less than 0.6 watts per square foot (6.5 W/m 2). 2.3. Corridors, lobbies, electrical rooms and or mechanical rooms Industrial spaces often require more lumens per **square** **foot** because of the complicated, potentially dangerous nature of work being performed. In these spaces, you'll want to look for shop lights, wraparound lights, LED troffers and high bay lights that have higher output.; **Commercial** spaces like retail stores can utilize many of the same light types, but they may not require the same number. The National Electric Code syatys out with a watts per square foot formula. Actually 3 watts per square foot. So there is a little grain of truth in a square foot price. And then apartments get a 100 Amp panel and houses get a 200 Amp panel unless they're really big and then they get a 400 Amp panel or two 200 Amp panels they must either pay to keep it in reserve or lose the right to excess Watts per square foot. 1.2.2 Case Study: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 Headquarters . A plug load behavioral change demonstration project (Metzger et al. 2011) for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Region 8 Headquarters (which are sited in a LEED Gold

Illuminance is measured in foot candles (ftcd, fc, fcd) or lux (in the metric SI system). A foot candle is actually one lumen of light density per square foot; one lux is one lumen per square meter. • 1 lux = 1 lumen / sq meter = 0.0001 phot = 0.0929 foot candle (ftcd, fcd) • 1 phot = 1 lumen / sq centimeter = 10000 lumens / sq meter. watts per square foot and $0.14 per kwH added another $200 per harvest.4 Durable items (fan, lights, air stone, pump, tubing, sheers, etc., apart from light bulbs) totaled $1,250 - $1,500, but if they could be amortized over four harvests per year for five years shrank t

- The National Electrical Code has no requirement on the maximum number of outlets you can put in a residence, because in a house not all outlets will be used at the same. Any motor operated appliance that exceeds 1,200 watts should be placed on a dedicated circuit
- e the MAXIMUM number of 20-ampere, 125-volt, general-purpose duplex receptacles the NEC permits to be protected by a 20-ampere, circuit breaker supplied by a 120-volt, single-phase receptacle circuit. per square foot is required for the receptacle outlets. Answer: one Question: Where a rigid metal conduit.
- al value of 1,500 watts is used for each 20-amp small-appliance circuit (circuits that power receptacles in the kitchen, dining room, family room, breakfast room, and.
- Watts is a unit of energy that measures power conversion. If you can calculate the watts per square foot, it will permit you to estimate the average electric power usage for things such as lighting, air-conditioning and other electric equipment in a building or a room

- commercial distribution chain from this designated area. Note: This applies to nursery licenses only. Waste-Management Plan: A plan that identifies how cannabis waste generated on the licensed premises is managed. Watts per Square Foot: The sum of the maximum wattage of all lights identified in the designated canopy area(s) in the cultivation.
- Improvements in lighting technology suggest the trend will continue. For example, in 1980 the typical lighting load for office space was three watts per square foot. Ten years later, it dropped 50 percent to a peak use of 1.5 watts per square foot. By 2000, peak lighting load had dropped to 1.0 watt or less per square foot
- One fixture is a light at 130 lumens per watt. The other is a light at 180 lumens per watt. To produce 20,000 lumens, the first light needs 153.84 watts. The second light only needs 111.11 watts. That's a difference of 42.73 watts. This is what saves you money on your lighting bill
- Estimating Amp Draw for a Typical Office. The most important aspect of calculating amp draw for a prefabricated office is to get information from the customer as to what equipment or machines are going to be in the office. Most normal office items (ie. Personal computers, monitors, printers, calculators, fax machines, etc) do not draw enough amps to be concerned about
- imum requirement the inspector is speaking of is 1 fc/sf. That is for the Egress lighting path, along it's entire path.And often, it's not as easy to get as you think, I recommend checking with a light meter, before he comes in with his

* Pantries less than 70 square feet have no lighting or control requirements*. Minimize the number of fixtures that extend below the ceiling to help eliminate visual clutter. Kitchen Fixtures Amount Wattage Total Wattage Fluorescent downlights 5 26 Watts 130 Watts Under-cabinet fluorescents 2 25 Watts 50 Watts Indanscent downlights 2 60 Watts 120. Estimate Commercial Construction Cost Per Square Foot With the square foot estimate builder you can estimate large-scale projects in multiple locations across the country. Our estimating software also enables you to access material, labor and equipment costs for each line item and adjust quantities as needed

International Energy Conservation Code / Wisconsin Commercial Building Code Division of Industry Services Wisconsin Department of Safety & Professional Services Interior Lighting Power Allowance IECC C405.4.2(1) based on the Building Area Method Note: If using ASHRAE 90.1-2013, allowable watts/sq ft will vary. Use ASHRAE 90.1 - Table Sectio Quantity of Light @ 70FC= Square foot of room x 2.0 watts / 160 watts Quantity of Lights @ 100FC = Square foot of room x 3.0 watts / 160 watts Note: to reduce the quantity of lights needed for an entire area, concentrate the lighting in the areas where the actual work is being performed

** For example, in Table C3, the figure in the column Sum of Major Fuel Consumption per Square Foot and the row Fuel Oil should be interpreted: Buildings that used fuel oil for any purpose consumed an average 116,100 Btu of total fuels per square foot in 2003**. (It should NOT be interpreted as the consumption specifically of fuel oil. According the the IRC, all habitable rooms must have a minimum ceiling height of 7 feet. Habitable rooms include bedrooms, living spaces and kitchens but exclude bathrooms, hallways, utility spaces and closets. A ceiling with exposed beams spaced at least 4 feet apart can measure 6 feet 6 inches from the floor to the underside of the beams Tables and Raised Surfaces: 30 Lumens per Square Foot. Desks and Task Lighting: 50 Lumens per Square Foot. For the average living room of 250 square feet, you'll need 5,000 lumens as your primary light source (20 lumens x 250 square feet), equivalent to about five 100 watt incandescent light bulbs, five 23 watt CFLs, or eight 10 watt LED. For example, from Table B1, food sales buildings were an average 5,600 square feet in 2003 with an RSE of 7.5, while health care buildings averaged 24,600 square feet with an RSE of 11.4, for an estimated difference of 19,000 square feet between the two building types

In Texas, the average cost of commercial solar panels is 7.6% lower than the national average. Solar is often thought about in terms of the price per watt of power capacity, which equalizes system costs similar to the price-per-square-foot metric the in real estate sector. The average installed cost of solar for commercial purposes is $2.00 per. Controls that enable the lighting in an area to be partially turned on, turned off, or dimmed in addition to a simple on/off. If your space is greater than 100 sqft and your lighting in the space uses more than 0.5 watts per square foot of general lighting, Title 24 requires that you have multi-level lighting controls Watts Heatway, a supplier of hydronic systems, says annual operating costs range from 12 to 25 cents per square foot. So on average, it would cost $120 to $250 each winter to melt snow off a 1,000-square-foot driveway. Depending on local utility rates, electric systems may cost even more to operate NEC LIGHTING APPLICATION CHECKLIST The NEC (New Equipment and Construction) Lighting Program is 250 square feet. 45 (total) 3 Daylight Dimming : System and/or Occupancy Controlled Step-Dimming System $20 Minimum watts for prescriptive control products is the average total watts controlled per controller. 4. The incentive offer is not.

During the 2020 **NEC** code cycle, a new method was introduced for determining the quantity of receptacle outlets for kitchen island or peninsular countertop work surfaces. The former horizontal measurement method has been changed to a **square‐foot** calculation method. When determining th The limits are expressed in watts per square foot (W/ft2). These may be given as whole building limits, with a single W/ft2 that applies to all the spaces in a building. They may also be given by space category, with higher values for spaces with more demanding visual tasks [16]

** GLOSSARY OF KEY TERMS Indoor Cultivation: Cultivation of cannabis within a permanent structure using artificial light exclusively**, or within any type of structure using artificial light at a rate above 25 watts per square foot watt per square foot of floor area People Load-charged at 1 person per 25,000 cu. ft. 16 of room volume c) Motors-charged at 1 HP per 12,500 cu. ft. of room volume Heavy Load Conditions Same as Typical Load except: a) Pounds of product is 3 times cu. ft. b) People load is 1 person Safety Factor-10% 10% safety factor is added to the product.

Up to 0.05 watts per square foot may be continuously illuminated in enforcement agency designated egress area. Stairwells, corridors in hotel/motel and high-rise require a minimum of 50% 3) Watts per square foot of room may be increased by two percent per foot of ceiling height above twelve feet. 4) For all other spaces, such as seating and common areas, use the Unit Light Power Allowance for assembly. 5) Watts per square foot of room may be increased by two percent per foot of ceiling height above nine feet. 6) Reserved Quickly estimate the cost of residential and commercial projects in over 160 US. Cities Home l Square Feet Subtotal Per Square Foot By using this calculator you agree to our terms and conditions. The 2017 NEC now requires meeting rooms measuring 1,000 square feet or less to be equipped with 125-volt 15 or 20 ampere receptacles. This new requirement will help serve today's trend that requires we travel with a myriad of electronic devices to meet our daily personal and business needs. This new Code-reference, 210.71 Meeting Rooms, is found in Article 210 Branch Circuits, Part III.

Section 220.43(A) requires an allowance of 200 volt-amperes per linear foot of show window to be used when determining the overall load from the show window circuits on the feeder or service. This code change will eliminate the confusion about the area over the door when calculating the measurements of show windows. Below is a preview of. • Internally illuminated exit signs do not exceed five watts per side - NYCECC 505.4; • Lighting power density (watts per square foot) is in compliance with the allowances of NYCECC Table 505.5.2; lighting schedule indicates input wattage per fixture an When designing residential Electrical Lighting, the National Electric Code (NEC) permits computing 3 watts per square feet as the wattage design value. This is permitted, eventhough the total wattage may exceed the actual number of fixtures and wattage of the connected fixtures per square foot on electricity and 18 cents per square foot on natural gas. In a typical office building, lighting, heating, and cooling represent between 54 and 71 percent of total use depending on climate, making those systems the best targets for energy savings (see illustration, next page). Energy represents about 19 percent of total. Measure the length and width of each room and multiply them together to find the square footage of the room. Add up the square footage of all of the rooms to find the total square footage. Multiply the total square footage by 3 (watts) to complete the calculation

Three watts per square foot of existing living space and space for future use is used to figure electrical load for general-purpose circuits (lighting and receptacles) While there is no definitive answer that is geographically neutral, most of the time residential and non-critical commercial/industrial snow melt projects require less than 50 Watts per Square Foot to satisfactorily melt snow, any more is a waste of energy, money and expensive service upgrades NEC Lighting - Jan2020 2020 School New Equipment & Construction Lighting Table A: Lighting Systems Incentives. Product Code Product Description Per Fixture Incentive Eligibility Criteria 20L . LED High Efficiency Interio Commercial, Residential, Multifamily. List Options Option Definition Unit of Measure $ kilowatt-hours (thousand watt-hours) per square foot : None : kWh/m2: kilowatt-hours (thousand watt-hours) per square meter watts per square meter-Kelvin (thermal transmittance) Non

* 90*.2 Scope. (A) Covered. This Code covers the installation and removal of electrical conductors, equipment, and raceways; signaling and communications conductors, equipment, and raceways; and optical fiber cables and raceways for the following: (1) Public and private premises, including buildings, structures, mobile homes, recreational vehicles, and floating buildings<br />(2) Yards, lots. a minimum of four air changes per hour for each square foot of floor area. (b) Ventilation Not Provided. The entire floor area is classified as Class I, Division 2 up to 18 in. above the floor. 511.1 Scope. Article 511 applies to areas used for service and repair operations of self-propelled vehicles including passenger auto

The International Building Code, or IBC, is a set of standards compiled by the International Code Council, or ICC. Adoption of these building standards is optional, but most U.S. municipal, county and state jurisdictions base their local code requirements on the IBC or the International Residential Code (IRC), the standard code reference for one- and two-family houses and townhouses Thus, a 2,000 square foot area with two windows, four regular occupants, and one kitchen would have a BTU of 52,720. This would require 4.39 tons of AC or 455 square feet per ton. This is close to the 400 square feet per ton sizing of the HVAC industry in Chicago and Orlando, but you will notice the variance due to us adding a kitchen and windows ** The simplest way is to follow the rule of 10 watts per square foot of floor space**. A 22 ft. x 24 ft. garage has 528 square feet, so the easiest way to estimate the required wattage is to multiply by ten. 528 x 10 = 5230 watts, so a unit like the NewAir G56 Electric Garage Heater (5600 watts) would be more than enough to keep it warm Unit Descriptions; 1 Lumen per Square Foot: 1 Lumen per square foot is equivalent to 1 Footcandle, in terms of SI units it is 10.7639104167097 Lux. 1 lm/ft 2 = 10.7639104167097 lx. Using an international foot of exactly 0.3048 meters

Comprehensive handbook of commercial energy technologies Please note: The Compliance Certification Database houses information submitted by importers and U.S. manufacturers of covered products and equipment subject to those standards o Areas that use less than 0.6 watts per square foot Location in plans/specs where compliance can be identified (enter NA if not applicable): _____ _____ _____ 9. [505.2.2.2] Buildings larger than 2,000 square feet are equipped with an automatic control device to shut off lighting in those areas. This automatic control device shall function on. Square foot area of home - 1700 square feet (sf) 1.5 kW (1,500 watts) dishwasher . 10 kW range . 15 kW central heat . 4 kW water heater . 29 amp, 240 volt air conditioning . 4 kW clothes dryer . Instructions: Step 1: Multiply the sf area by 3 volt-amperes (VA) per sf 1700 sf X 3 VA = 5,100 VA . Step 2: Add 1,500 VA for each 2-wire, 20-amp. Once you have the total square footage, just multiply that number by 20 to find how many BTUs per hour you'd need to heat or cool the space. For example, if you're trying to heat or cool 1,000 square feet, you would multiply 1,000 by 20 and get 20,000 BTUs per hour. To learn how to adjust BTU per square foot for special conditions, scroll down

* USA For residential dwellings, the NEC does not have a minimum lighting requirement in lumens per square foot*. Or any other measurement. How much light is required depends on what you are using the romm for. If you are going to work in your basement, you will require more light than somebody who uses the basement only for storage Page 5 of 11 !!!!! ! Source Item/Respondent Details4of4Mode Min Max Arithmetic4 Average Geometric4 Indoor Interviewer)#1 #1 20 70 45 37.4 #2 28.375 78.03 53.2025 47.

local building codes, and general requirements for commercial facilities. SQUARE FOOTAGE: For planning purposes, the normal square footage required per hair stylist is 150 to 200 square feet see the following table: Nbr of Stylists Square Feet Req'd Nbr of Stylists Square Feet Req'd 3 450-600 6 900-120 175 sq. ft. of floor area per ton Computer Room Bank (main area) Barber Shop 50 - 150 sq. ft. of floor area per ton 225 sq. ft. of floor area per ton 250 sq. ft. of floor area per ton Beauty Shop School Classroom Bowling Alley 180 sq. ft. of floor area per ton 250 sq. ft. of floor area per ton 1.5 - 2.5 tons per alley Department Stor A well-insulated room will require 10 watts per square foot of room. A less insulated space will need 12 watts and an older home with no insulation may need up to 15 watts of electrical power per square foot. Step 1 Use the tape measure to find the inside dimensions of a typical room. In this instance the width of the room is 12x15 feet

air barrier thresholds per building code. Equipment Standards 2. The Lighting Power Densities (LPD) for cultivation space must not exceed a maximum wattage of 36 watts per square foot of canopy as determined in guidelines issued by the Commission. 3. Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) and dehumidification systems must be i (B) Mixed-light Tier 2 the use of artificial light at a rate above six and below or equal to twenty-five watts per square foot; or (2) Natural light and one of the artificial lighting models listed below: (A) Mixed-light Tier 1 the use of artificial light at a rate above zero, but no more than six watts per square foot