Why Should You Use Industrial Heating Oil And The Fuel Additives That Go with It?
Industrial heating serves as a more economical alternative to Ultra Low Sulphur Gas Oil, specifically designed for heating applications such as; boilers, dryers and heaters. This type of kerosene heating oil is stored in tanks and used as and when required, making it much easier to bulk buy to further reduce the cost of fuel.
Our industrial heating oil adheres to all aspects of the BS2869 British Class D Standard for heating fuel. It guarantees the absence of biodiesel and is versatile for various applications, including:
- Industrial furnaces and boilers,
- Schools, churches, town halls and swimming pool heating systems,
- Colleges and universities,
- Large residential blocks,
- Waste incinerators.
So, what benefits are there to using Industrial Heating Oil?.
- It has the same transport regulations as regular gas oil, meaning that converting to using this oil is easy.
- Has approximately half the Sulphur level of 1000 pm gas oil, making a vast reduction is emissions.
- Lower pour point – this means that you won’t come across any engine problems in the colder months.
- Our industrial heating oil will perform all year round unlike gas oil.
Enhance Fuel Efficiency with Heating Oil Additives
At exocet, we want to help you get more out of your heating oil. Our formulated kerosene additive helps to create a premium grade fuel to help you get more for your money.
exocet®’s fuel additives keep your commercial and industrial boilers working smoothly to make sure they are efficiently performing within your workplace. Most boilers lose efficiency between annual services, so it is important to ensure you are using an additive to allow your boiler to work to its full potential for longer. Use our fuel additives to improve fuel efficiency, improve combustion and prevent boiler problems.
This fuel additive will:
- Inhibit Fuel Degradation (oxidation) in storage,
- Limit the fuel – degenerative action of certain metals,
- Reduce emissions and carbon build-up on exchanger surfaces,
- Reduce fuel-tank sludge,
- Protect ferrous-based tanks from corrosion,
- Allows burner and exchanger cleanliness to be maintained,
- Improve combustion efficiency,
- Improve overall operational and maintenance performance.