At Fuelfighter we offer both standard kerosene and premium kerosene for boilers, also known as Keromax. Kerosene is a popular fuel for heating domestic and commercial properties which are off the main gas grid. Also referred to as boiler juice, 28 second oil and domestic heating oil, kerosene must be stored in a secure and well-maintained tank which is usually located either outside or within your garage. According to Sutherland Tables, domestic heating oil is still one of the more cost effective methods of heating your home if you are off the main gas grid.
Using a premium heating oil fuel can benefit your oil storage tank by preventing the possibility of tank erosion caused by fuel. It works by:
In 2007 the British standard specification for heating oil was changed and the maximum sulphur content was halved. This has meant that boiler injectors and burners tend to build up soot more quickly, which can lead to service issues and decreased efficiency. These side effects can be eradicated by using premium heating oil for boilers. This fuel benefits from an additive (usually added at the point of delivery by the driver) which increases the efficiency of the fuel.
Additional benefits include:
Continued use of a premium heating oil will keep your system running as efficiently as possible while helping to lower your fuel bill and reduce service issues. We also recommend that you continue to have your boiler serviced on a annually by an.
Should you have any questions regarding our products and services pleaseand we will be happy to assist. If you have a question specifically relating to your heating oil order, the supplier's direct contact details are also available on your order confirmation.