TeachMeFinance.com - explain Packaged units
Packaged units The term 'Packaged units' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' Units built and assembled at a factory and installed as a self-contained unit to heat or cool all or portions of a building. Packaged units are in contrast to engineer-specified units built up from individual components for use in a given building. Packaged Units can apply to heating equipment, cooling equipment, or combined heating and cooling equipment. Some types of electric packaged units are also called 'Direct Expansion' or DX units'.
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