The oil burner then pumps oil at high pressure from a holding tank through a fuel line to a burner nozzle. The nozzle sprays the oil into a fire chamber, separating it into small droplets so that it will vaporize quickly and thus be susceptible to combustion.
Oil boilers work by using a stored supply of oil in an external tank to generate heat and hot water within a property. Oil fired central heating is popular in properties in rural locations where there is no direct access to the mains gas grid. Oil is a highly efficient fuel giving good return on every unit of energy, with an efficiency rate of over 90%, these oil boilers will help to keep your energy bills down. Available in â€¦
Oil-fired boilers work in a very similar way to gas-powered boilers but they use oil to heat your water instead of gas, making them ideal for properties off the mains gas grid. The water that is heated by the oil is sent to the taps and radiators around your home when needed.