Bohn Condensing Unit Nomenclature is defined as the method of providing the layout and type of any condensing unit by which the gas or oil are collected. A condensing unit is known as a device that is designed to handle and turn a well-known component for collecting heated air into another device or element. These units can be used to both domestic and industrial needs and can be further classified as hot-water boilers, combined heat and power units, combustion air boilers, dry heat storage boilers, dry-gas boilers, household boilers, refrigerators, and water heaters. Such devices can be conveniently described as the larger components of the domestic and industrial refrigeration units.
There are many specific types of these units but they all have in common that they are similar in size, physical shape, and function. The actual design of the unit is made up of several different parts and elements and are listed in the Bohn Condensing Unit Nomenclature. A portion of the equipment may consist of more than one element. The element may also be combined with other products in the list. Depending on the size of the unit or its purpose, the boiler or unit can be divided into different components. The boiler itself is usually located within the building and involves the use of gas. The unit may also include an electric heater, a dehumidifier, or a heat pump.
Based on its physical nature, a condensing unit can be grouped into two types; the ones that are included in the industry and the ones that are used for domestic and industrial requirements. The commercial units include the reverse cycle and the reciprocating steam boilers that are also known as industrial boilers. These units can also be further classified as the heat pumps and the refrigeration units.