Bradford White Training Facility Raises the Bar


The live-fire lab and heating system are connected via Taco-HVAC plate/frame heat exchangers.

In December, they cut the celebratory ribbon, heralding what Bradford White’s President and CEO Nick Giuffre calls “A new and exciting future with a training facility that now provides a level of service and exploration that’s on equal footing with our latest technology. We’ve been waiting for this moment a long time. We now invite our customers to experience it with us.”

The new ITEC facility includes a live-fire training lab that offers a total capacity of 5 million BTUs, stadium seating in the main classroom for up to 64, and HD video cameras for close-up live viewing and recording. But learning doesn’t end in the lab. The facility’s 4,000 square foot mechanical room showcases VFDs, boilers, pumps, heat exchangers, geothermal equipment and DHW tanks. All hydronic piping is color-coordinated to aid in visualization of the system.

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