From design through to fitting, Aerodyne will support you through each step of the manufacturing process, and all our orders are tracked through a computerised MRP system, with real time production schedule updates for greater control and improved customer service. Our team of skilled production personnel can manufacture requirements to order or for stock.

Our bespoke design system follows a simple 3 step process as below:

Our design process


Aerodyne analyse your needs with a CVAS (Commercial Vehicle Aerodynamics Survey) to find out how we can help improve the aerodynamics of your fleet.


We take the detailed findings to our R&D and engineering team where we use our in-house CAD skills to provide you with a 2D/3D visualisation of the proposal you need.


Once CAD drawings have been approved our team take the project through to final production. Tooling and development work is done on site at our factory in Bourne where again we closely monitor every stage of the process.

The complete service from Aerodyne

When developing a new aerodynamic device, whether for a standard product or a bespoke solution for a specific fleet,
Aerodynes technical & design team use 2D and 3D CAD design software as well CNC machining for development of the prototype.
Many of our products can be modified to suit various body/trailer heights and cab-to-body gaps and also other special requirements such as bulkhead-mounted refrigeration units.

Tooling and Production

Once a design is signed off, the tooling and mould development is produced by our team of in-house pattern and mould makers.

Technical Support

Aerodyne has an extensive library of CAD drawings including dimensions available for most of our products.

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Onsite & Offsite Fitting Support

All products are supplied with fitting kits and instructions as standard and after-sales / fitting advice is available as required. We can also offer fitting at our factory in Bourne UK, please contact us for more details.