If you live in the Northeast, there’s no question you need to be able to rely on your heating system fully throughout each winter and then some. Clean Burn waste-oil heating systems are crafted to perform safely and efficiently in the coldest of weather.
Efficient Waste-Oil Heating Equipment for Greater Savings
When comparing apples to apples, you will find a striking difference with a Clean Burn system, especially when it comes to its low stack temperature. The lower the stack temperature, the greater the furnace efficiency, which is shown by the image below.
Typical Clean Burn Stack Temperature = 450°
Typical Blast Tube Furnace Stack Temperature = 600° to 1,000°
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“Rick was able to find the problem in an extremely short period of time and was able to repair it as well as service the unit in a short amount of time”Talon D.
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When do you need your waste-oil furnace to work properly? The answer is when it’s cold, of course. Here in the Northeast, that’s just about half of every year! For the waste-oil furnace that is the most reliable in the coldest conditions, your choice should be Clean Burn.
Ducted Heating Systems
Clean Burn has worked closely with UL to develop UL-listed waste-oil ducted central furnace systems. For applications where heating ducts are required, it is important to make sure that the manufacturer has obtained UL approval.
Some people say, “I don’t care how efficient a waste-oil furnace is. I’m burning free oil anyway.” While that’s true, if you run out of used waste oil because of low efficiency and high consumption, you will soon be paying a lot of money to your local fuel oil dealer to get you through the heating season—which essentially defeats the purpose of recycling your oil.
Clean Burn is a more efficient waste-oil furnace and is far less expensive to operate over the long term. You can always burn excess used waste oil; you can’t always get free oil if you run out.
In the US, nearly all states and municipalities have adopted safety codes, which require that waste-oil heating systems be UL (Underwriters Laboratories Inc.) listed. Clean Burn has worked closely with UL for years to help advance the safety standards of waste-oil heating equipment. Our in-house testing facilities are unique in the waste-oil equipment industry and are qualified by UL. All Clean Burn furnaces and boilers are UL listed and meet or exceed safety standards as required around the world, including CSA and C-UL in Canada, CE in Europe, and GOST-R in Russia.