A condensing unit can be used to collect rainwater from the roof or a ground floor rooftop. This unit has condensing units that convert the water into steam. This steam is collected and transported to the boiler where it is used to heat the water. To remove the water from the condensing unit, the water from the condensing unit has to be evaporated first. The condensing unit has two sets of condensing unit legs, the bottom set of condensing unit legs have been incorporated into the machine and the upper set of condensing unit legs has a flexible hose connected to the top of the machine.
One set of condensing unit legs has an insulating plate which protects the machine from being damaged by direct sunlight. The other set of condensing unit legs does not have an insulating plate. With the condensing unit legs in place, all one has to do is plug the condensing unit into the mains water supply. One of the interesting things about the condensing unit is that the legs are flexible and can be pulled out easily to allow for the removal of the water. This is beneficial for plants located in the garden. If the water has to be removed from the machine, the stem plates will break and the water will spill out on the ground. It is important to remove the water from the machine immediately after the stem plates have broken off.
There are some situations where the condensing unit legs of the machine are fixed. The feet of the machine have foot control mechanisms that enable the user to rotate the legs. The feet can be manually rotated either clockwise or anticlockwise. In this situation, it is important to turn the machine slowly to ensure that the machine will reach its full power output.