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Another way of reducing your heating cost and avoiding boiler breakdown.

When you consider the  high price of home heating oil in the UK, most home owners are obviously very cautious about their oil usage. But in the winter, when we start getting frost and cold weather, our homes need to be warm, especially if there are young children or elderly

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Guide to Domestic oil fired appliances and systems

Domestic Oil Fired Appliances and Systems This guide refers to all types of oil fired appliances including boilers, cookers and stoves and outlines the basic principles of these appliances. Appliance Types Designed to be strong and long lasting, oil fired appliances are some of the most efficient you can get.

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Our new websites………

Welcome Fueldump Customers, We now have an ever growing range of websites based on individual products. All our sites are dedicated to the each product line. Designed to give a more detailed explanation and in depth product overview. Loaded with extra info and product specifications pages. You can also find

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De-Aeration and its advantages

De-Aeration Questions and Answers   Why does gas build up in the oil line? Gas will automatically be released from the oil when pressure in the oil line falls below the atmospheric pressure resulting in a vacuum (negative pressure). The quality, temperature and viscosity of the oil will also play

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Oil De-aeration ! Air in your oil heating line….

Oil heating problems… …with gas/air in oil When oil is drawn up from the oil tank to the burner large amounts of gas bubbles can be released from the oil. These gas bubbles are released when there is a negative pressure (vacuum) in the suction line. This occurs in almost

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5 Tips to save on heating oil this winter

  5 Tips to save on heating oil this winter Winter is fast approaching and many home heating oil users will need to be prepared for the cold months ahead. Given the current economic situation, many homeowners and tenants are fearful of how they are going to afford the increased

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