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one of several units of heat, especially one equivalent to 1000 large calories, or 100,000 British thermal units.

This is the unit of energy used by the gas industry and 1 therm is equivalent to 100000Btu = 105.5MJ See also: Heat. Threads See also: B.A. Threads, British Standard Whitworth Threads. Triangle See also: Conversion of Units, Pythagoras's Theorem.

One hundred thousand British thermal units.

Unit of heating value equivalent ot 100,00 BTU's.

Calorific heating value of gas.

A quantity of heat used when referring to natural gas equal to 100,000 BTUs.

referring to heat, hot springs ("thermalis")

This is a unit of heating that is equal to 100,000 BTUs

Unit of energy measurement.

A measure of heat content. One therm equals 100,000 Btus.

Unit for measuring natural gas usage.

100 cubic feet of Natural Gas equal to 100,000 BTU's. To get comparable fuel oil cost, multiply price by 1.40. Don't forget to also add the monthly service fee that the Utility Companies charges.

a standard measure of the heating capacity of a cubic foot of natural gas

a unit of measure for natural gas

a measure of heat energy equal to 100,000 BTU.

A unit of measurement for the use of natural gas that appears on a person's monthly gas bill. Therms are the cubic feet of natural gas used, multiplied by a therm factor.

A unit of heat equal to 1/10 Dth.

Quantity of heat, 100,00 Btu.

Unit of measure of heat content, equivalent to 100,000 Btu's.

An imperial unit of energy. Largely replaced by the metric equivalent: the kilowatt hour (kWh). 1 therm equals 29.3071 kWh.

The quantity of heat energy which is equivalent to one hundred thousand (100,000) Btu.

The standard unit for measuring the amount of gas used, defined as the volume of gas needed to generate 100,000 BTU's.

A unit of energy equal to 100,000 Btus; used primarily for natural gas.

the imperial unit of measurement for a quantity of gas, equivalent to 100,000 British thermal units.

A measurement of heat equal to 100,000 btu.

The basic unit of natural gas consumption that measures the quantity of gas energy flowing through the pipes. One (1) therm is equal to 100,000 BTU's (British Thermal Units); ten (10) therms equal one (1) MMBtu or one million BTU.

1,00000 Btu's (105.5 MJ) of energy or heat.

This is a unit of measurement for gas. 1 therm is equal to 29.3071kWh.

Another measurement of heat. One therm equals 100,000 BTUH.

The basic unit for measuring natural gas use.

A unit of heating value equivalent to 100,000 British Thermal Units (BTUs).

A unit of the heat content of gas equal to 100,000 Btu.

A unit of heat equal to 100,000 British thermal units; normally used as a measurement for natural gas.

In terms of measuring heat, about 100,000 BTUH.

A common unit of measurement of natural gas is equal to 100,000 Btus of energy. Depending on its quality, natural gas typically contains approximately 1,000 Btu per cubic foot. Therefore, a therm of natural gas usually is equal to about 100 cubic feet.

100,000 British thermal units. A common measure of gas sold to residential customers.

A unit of heating value equal to 100,000 Btus. A dekatherm, 10 therms, is the common unit of measurement used in the US.

measure of heat. One (1) therm equals 100,000 BTUs.

(pl. Therms) A unit describing the energy contained in natural gas. One therm equals 100,000 Btu. See Btu.

Quantity of heat equivalent to 100,000Btu (105,500 kJ).

An amount of thermal energy equal to 100,000 British thermal units. Ten therms equal one decatherm (also spelled dekatherm; abbreviated Dth). One therm equals approximately 100 cubic feet of gas; 10 therms or 1 Dth equal approximately 1,000 cubic feet (Mcf).

A measurement of 100,000 BTU's.

A unit of heating value. One therm equals 100,000 Btu.

A heat unit; 100,000 BTUs.

Measurement unit of heat equal to 100,000 Btu.

A unit of heat containing 100,000 British thermal units (Btu).

A unit of heat applied especially to gas. One therm = 100,000 Btu.

A quantity of heat equivalent to 100,000 BTUs.

a unit of heat equivalent to 100,000 BTUs (105.6-106). Commonly used by utilities in quoting prices or costs.

The therm (symbol thm) is a non-SI unit of heat energy equal to 100,000 British thermal units. It is approximately the energy equivalent of burning 100 cubic feet (often referred to as 1 CCF) of natural gas at standard temperature and pressure (STP).

Tapered, rectangular member, such as a foot or leg. See also Spade Foot.