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Have the heating bills for your business been creeping up a little too high for your comfort? Maybe it's time to make the switch to a used oil burner. While heating systems are necessary for areas with cooler climates, traditional furnaces and boilers can be costly to operate and have a negative impact on the environment. A waste oil furnace allows you to heat a space and properly dispose of your waste oil without raising your heating costs.
Due to the high costs of heating businesses via traditional methods, many are turning to alternative options like waste oil furnaces. These units take waste oil, a byproduct typically produced by motorized vehicles and machinery, and repurpose it to create heat. If you own or run a company that generates excess waste oil, then you can use a waste oil heating system to effectively heat your building and save money. To help you decide between units from Clean Energy and the waste oil furnace products offered by Clean Burn, we've created this helpful guide.
You are most likely familiar with waste oil if you work in an auto body shop or work with heavy machinery. As such, when emptying a tank of used oil, it is very important to take the right steps to ensure proper disposal. Waste oil is a thick substance that is difficult to manage if it gets out of hand. Keep reading to learn more about the dangers of improper waste oil disposal so you can avoid any harm.
With the winter kicking into full gear, it is more important than ever to ensure you have a solid heating system in your workplace. If you generate your own waste petroleum products, you can convert it into free heat for your facility. Depending on the needs of your business, you can opt for a waste oil furnace, waste oil boilers, or both! Here, you can find out which option suits you best.
If you’re looking for a quick and accessible heating solution for a tight workspace, the Rock Energy Systems (RES) MX-75 is for you. This waste oil heater is the best heating solution for small work areas due to its easy-to-fit vertical design. The MX-75 model comes pre-assembled for easy installation and includes all of the standard RES heater features.
Heating a business can be costly. But if you generate a lot of waste oil, you could heat your business for free with a waste oil heater! How? Today, we'll take a deep dive into all of the unique advantages that you gain by investing in a waste oil heating system for your company.
On the fence about whether or not to purchase a waste oil heater? We get it. It’s a big decision and a relatively high initial investment. But the truth is, the pros of purchasing a waste oil heater far outweigh the cons. The only serious downside is paying for new equipment. But believe it or not, most waste oil heaters pay themselves off in just 12-18 months! If you’re still struggling to decide, here are 20 reasons to buy a waste oil burner for your business today.
Used oil heaters allow you to heat your small business for free and eliminate your cradle-to-grave liability. However, waste oil heating systems need to be serviced every now and then to keep them operating at peak efficiency. How can you tell if it's the right time to schedule service for your CB-5000 waste oil furnace?
Keeping your waste oil furnace clean is key to ensuring it continues to operate efficiently. Regular, routine cleanings can also extend the lifespan of your heater and prevent part damage that requires repairs. If you suspect it's time to clean your waste oil furnace, but you're not sure how to do it, you've come to the right place. Here's everything you need to know about waste oil furnace cleaning.
Spring is officially here and there's no better time than now to maintenance your waste oil furnace. Here at Interstate Energy, we always recommend enlisting the help of a professional to service your furnace every spring and fall. But if you want to be extra proactive, here are some tips to keep your waste oil heater running smoothly in between professional maintenance checkups and system servicing. With these tips and tricks under your belt, you'll know the ins and outs of waste oil furnace maintenance in no time at all.