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Duct Design Tips for Ducted Heat Pumps

 

Heating, Cooling & Ventilation - Intermediate | 1 hour 20 min training
Professional Credits: 2
May 18, 2020

Throughout much of the country, ducted systems are the preferred way to distribute heating and cooling. Ducted distribution also provides humidity control, ventilation, filtration and more. In Vermont many building owners are curious about adding a ducted heat pump to an existing duct system or using a ducted heat pump in new construction and getting the proper air flow out of the ducts is crucial to the success of these systems. This training covers duct design concepts and tips for installing duct systems that deliver on the promise of comfort. We’ll cover some of the fundamentals outlined in ACCA Manual D duct design, best practice for integrating ventilation, system designs for small spaces, simplified duct systems and much more.

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