Such as the renowned Tigerloops, play a vital role in optimising oil heating systems. These devices are designed to remove air and gases from the fuel oil, ensuring a more efficient and reliable operation.
Tigerloops work by utilising a combination of principles. Firstly, they incorporate a vacuum-based system that creates a low-pressure zone, drawing air and gases out of the oil supply line. Secondly, Tigerloops employ a deaeration chamber which allows the separated air and fuel to vent, while the pure, deaerated fuel flows through. This results in a cleaner, air-free oil stream that is essential for smooth and efficient combustion in oil heating systems.