Oil Heating System utilizes the burner flame to generate hot water, air or steam that is circulated all through the house. The burner is available on furnace to throw the flame below the tank. A hollow core is present around the tank sides or center of the tank to emit gases. With high recovery rates, it is able to produce a lot of hot water at a very brisk pace. This has become an extremely safe heating system as fuel oil does not burn. Ignition is done when the burner atomizes the oil into a spray of small oil particles that are mixed with air and ignited by electric spark.
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