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 •  July 6, 2014

Waste oil heating systems need to be serviced on a regular basis. Waste oil is different than gas heat in one key aspect: the detergents and additives in the oil are unburnable and leave a fine ash in the heat exchanger that needs to be cleaned out. If this is not removed it eventually acts as insulation and causes your valuable heat to go up ...

EnergyLogic

 •  July 6, 2014

Choosing a waste oil heater is no small task. After all, the right choice should last for 10 years or more. At least we think so. As you consider a waste oil heater, we recommend considering several important factors so you can evaluate what matters today, and over the long term. EnergyLogic offers a complete line of waste oil furnaces to ...

EnergyLogic

 •  July 6, 2014

Every car dealer knows how much used oil is generated in the service department. What you may not know is the energy content of that oil or just how much that used oil can save your business. Even if you are getting paid to have it hauled away then you are getting about one third of its value or less depending on the fuel type you are currently ...

EnergyLogic

 •  July 6, 2014

For many, the decision to heat with waste oil—sometimes referred to as used oil or recycled oil—is a slam dunk. For them the question isn’t whether to heat with waste oil but rather what type of waste oil system to use. Here we’ll explore the two basic types of waste oil heating: waste oil heater systems and waste oil boiler systems. Both ...

EnergyLogic

 •  July 6, 2014

Sometimes we get strange looks when we tell our friends and neighbors what we do. It’s that look that says, “Waste oil? What in the world?” We understand. It’s hard to imagine that the same murky-looking fluid often discarded after an oil change can be used again. But, in fact, waste oil has the same BTU content as regular fuel oil. That’s right ...

EnergyLogic

 •  July 6, 2014

If your business generates waste oil, you have no doubt dealt with disposal of that used oil. But have you considered all the options? There are four, and among them, onsite recycling of the waste oil by reusing it as fuel to heat your shop is the most environmentally friendly and economical. An EnergyLogic waste oil heater or boiler can help ...

EnergyLogic

 •  July 6, 2014

If you are having your waste oil hauled away, you are effectively giving money away. The used oil generated in your service department could be used as fuel to heat your facility, eliminating your heating bill. When picked up, the waste oil hauler pays pennies on the dollar for what is currently worth about $4.00 per gallon when converted to ...

EnergyLogic

 •  July 6, 2014

If you generate used oil, your business assumes all risks associated with an accident during transit and until proper disposal. The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (Environmental Protection Agency, 42 U.S.C. s/s 6901 et seq., 1976) describes the perpetual, or cradle-to-grave, liability as incumbent upon hazardous and infectious waste ...

EnergyLogic

 •  July 6, 2014

There are many benefits to choosing the best waste oil heater on the market, and the ease of cleaning and minimal maintenance is one benefit of an EnergyLogic waste oil furnace our customers love. EnergyLogic understands that as a shop owner, dealership or garage user, a reliable heat source that burns efficiently and demands less of your ...

EnergyLogic

 •  July 6, 2014

Kudos to one of our all-star Authorized Dealers, Melvin Stoltzfus of Mel's Heater Service for helping a Mercedes dealership in Lancaster, PA, become one of the greenest in the nation. His efforts to help them integrate waste oil heating systems and industrial fans are going to protect their bottom line and the environment for many years. And, ...