The role of math in the HVAC industry is rapidly becoming more and more necessary for those customers who want HVAC professionals who have had technical training and formal education. Your customers may want to know how much money they will save with lower heating and cooling bills.
Basic math such as:
This course also covers finding the area and volume of the following:
These applied skills play a major role in the career of a HVAC technician. Along comes technology with higher efficiency equipment that may require a technician to sketch or modify ductwork.. This means working with lines, angles, squares, rectangles, circles, and other shapes.
Newer and higher efficiency units require a certain amount of CFM to work properly. Whether you are dealing with the supply ductwork or the return ductwork, algebra and geometry skills are a must for today’s HVAC technician.