Improving Air Flow with Aerodynamic Fittings

Air duct fitting on top of duct system blueprint

About This Training

BDR’s Improving Air Flow with Aerodynamic Fittings will show contractors how to correctly identify the proper fittings to reduce the equivalent length of their duct system and design a system that delivers ideal comfort and reliability.

Contractors will learn how aerodynamic fittings positively impact airflow. These practices can be applied to residential new construction and replacement jobs that ultimately create happier customers and drive future referral leads.

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Who Should Attend This Training

Install Managers, Installers, Master Installers, Owners, Sales Professionals, Service Managers, Technicians

Things You Will Learn

1. How to identify the changes that need to be made to an existing duct system for better performance.

2. The difference between a bad fitting with excessive equivalent length and a good fitting that provides fluid airflow at a reduced equivalent length.

3. Improving overall system performance and reliability by reducing noise and static pressure.

4. How to communicate with customers why your installation practices make you the correct company to do business with.

Meet Your Trainer

Candy Cunningham.

Candy Cunningham

Distributor Relationship Specialist & Trainer

Candy Cunningham has over three decades of experience in the HVAC industry, with roles in distribution sales and territory management. As a Territory Manager, Candy was recognized in the Top 10 Percent of National Distribution Sales on three separate occasions. Now a trainer with BDR, Candy leads classes for both Territory Managers and Dealers on maximizing results for their company.

What People Are Saying About Improving Air Flow with Aerodynamic Fittings

"I plan on implementing room-to-room load calcs with CFM match by heating and cooling seasons. Improving Air Flow with Aerodynamic Fittings has very well-delivered content and good downloads. "
- Chris, GS Heating & Cooling LLC

"I liked the total overview and simplicity of the Improving Air Flow with Aerodynamic Fittings class. I wouldn’t change anything about it."
- Kevin, Boelcke Heating and Plumbing