4 Ways Clean Burn Waste Oil Burners Beat The Competition

Tuesday, 26 January 2021 10:18

If your business generates waste oil, then congratulations! You're sitting on top of a FREE source of heating for your business. All you need is a quality waste oil furnace to turn that fuel into an efficient (and free) heat source. But which kind of heating system is best for your business? There are plenty of waste oil heater manufacturers operating in the U.S. today, so you have your pick of the litter. If you're considering purchasing this kind of heating system, you can't go wrong with the industry-leading technology of Clean Burn waste oil burners.

These highly efficient heaters are virtually unmatched by other leading brands on the market. Today we'll break down a handful of the ways that Clean Burn outmatches competing brands time and time again.

Clean Burn Waste Oil Burners vs. The Competition

Your decision to invest in a waste oil furnace is a wise one. These systems allow you to turn your used petroleum products into heat for your business, regardless of whether they're from Clean Burn, Clean Energy, or another brand. There's plenty of quality used oil furnaces out there today and they all share a wide range of similarities.

That being said, Clean Burn has distinguished itself as the best brand on the market today. Here are just a few of the ways that their models, like the CB-2500, outrank other competing brands.

A Reliable Manufactured Design

There are essentially two ways to put together a waste oil heater:

  1. All the individual parts are manufactured and then shipped to an assembly plant where the model is put together,
  2. Or the components are manufactured and assembled in the same facility.

Many competing brands manufacture their heaters using the first assembly method. Unfortunately, this approach can be prone to errors. A small problem with even a single individual component can impact how efficiently it operates. Those errors could be due to miscommunications between the manufacturing plant and the assembly facility. And it's worth noting that this assembly approach can often lead to worse product durability.

Clean Burn, on the other hand, uses the second approach to manufacture their heating systems. This method significantly decreases the chance for error and improves the durability of the heaters.

Maximum Heating Efficiency

The engineers at Clean Burn have thought through every single detail in their heating systems to make them as efficient as possible. From the materials used to the overall design, their heaters are made to maximize their heat output.

Let's start with the steel materials in these heating systems. Other competing brands will primarily use stainless steel in their model designs. The innovative engineers at Clean Burn chose to integrate both carbon steel and stainless steel into their heaters. This decision helps maximize heat output since carbon steel has significantly higher thermal conductivity than stainless steel (i.e., 45 watts/kelvin/meter vs 15 watts/kelvin/meter).

Then there's the design of the heat exchanger. When compared to other blast tube used oil furnaces, the Clean Burn heat exchanger provides approximately 200% more surface area for capturing combustion heat. As cold air is pulled into the heater, it will have more time exposed to the combustion chamber, thus capturing more heat for your room.

These are just a few of the ways that Clean Burn has gone above and beyond to maximize the heating capabilities of their products.

Unparalleled Durability

Clean Burn waste oil burners are built to last. Period. All of their heating systems are constructed with heavy-duty materials to enhance the durability and lifespan of those systems.

For instance, the metering pump inside of these heaters features heavy-duty steel gears encased in an oil bath, to help ensure long and reliable service. Compare that to other competitive units that use plastic gears and overworked electric motors that require fan cooling.

And we can't forget to mention the swedged construction of these heaters. The tubes of the heat exchanging system inside of a CB-1750, for instance, rely on swedges to join the metal parts together, without welding them. Welded joints are often more susceptible to cracking and failing in a combustion chamber setting. Swedging allows the metal parts to expand and contract with minimum metal fatigue. This design choice adds years of life to your furnace.

Industry-Leading Warranty

No heater will last forever! At a certain point, a part of your furnace may break or become dysfunctional. When that happens, your manufacturer's warranty will come in handy. And there's no other brand that has a better warranty offer than Clean Burn.

The industry-leading warranty from Clean Burn offer provides a no-hassle, 100% replacement for your furnace heat exchanger/combustion chamber for 10 years or 15,000 hours (whichever comes first). It is the only 100% unlimited warranty in the industry, making it the #1 offer among all used oil furnaces. You won't find that kind of offer with any of their competitors.

Compare Waste Oil Heaters With Interstate Energy

If you're ready to leverage the innovative technology of these used oil burners, reach out to us at Interstate Energy! We are the only authorized Clean Burn distributor in Colorado and eastern Wyoming. We'll help boost your bottom line and eliminate your risk of oil spills with the industry-leading technology of these heating systems.

Contact Interstate Energy today to learn more about our Clean Burn waste oil burners.