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Our public webinar series will focus on helping attendees understand industrial fan basics. The first webinars will focus on introductory level one courses, such as fan fundamentals, system effects, lab capabilities and testing benefits, and sound. Intermediary and advanced topics will be presented in the future. Each webinar is worth one PDH (professional development hour). An expert panel will be conducting a Q&A session at the conclusion of each webinar. If you have suggestions for future webinar topics, please contact us or your local representative.


Introduction to Sound

  • Sound Basics
  • Measuring Fan Noise
  • Fan Sound Ratings
  • Sound Calculations

Presented by Chadwick Taylor and Brandon Lindmark

February 24, 2021
3:00 PM (EST)
Register now - spots filling up!

Fan Fundamentals - Intermediary Courses (3 part series)

  • Fan Types and Selection
  • Fan Performance and Calculations
  • System Design/Specifications
  • Modifications or Custom Designs
  • And More...

Presented by Panel of Engineers

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Fan Fundamentals

  • Fan Laws
  • Fan and Wheel Types
  • Testing and Rating Fans
  • Typical Installations and Applications

Presented by Greg Whittington, Vice President of Sales

Future dates TBD

Beginner's Resources
Engineering Letters

System Effects

  • Application of Fan Laws
  • How to Read a Fan Curve
  • How Ductwork Configurations are Effected by Inlet and Outlet Elbows
  • Comparison of Actual to Cataloged in Situ Performance

Presented by David Maletich, Vice President of Marketing

Future dates TBD

YouTube Video- System Effects Demo
System Effects Engineering Letter

Air and Sound Testing & Lab Capabilities

  • nyb's Lab capabilities
  • Air Testing requirements and process
  • Sound Testing concepts and process
  • AMCA Accreditation - how to test and why it matters

Presented by Aron Reid, Engineer - Laboratory Technologies

Presented on January 27, 2021

YouTube Video- System Effects Demo
System Effects Engineering Letter

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