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Can one burn bio in a standard oil burning boiler or in my case just a water heater, without much modification or loss of reliability?

I'm driving less and still collect oil! Heat with diesel, so why not use my oil to heat the house.


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03 Jetta TDI 12 gal marine tank in trunk w/copper heat exchanger no intank connections, coolant heated copper coiled fuel filter, HIH, 10 plate FPHE & two 3 port wvodesign fuel valves. Timer/relay purge.
 
Location: Etna, NH | Registered: January 19, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I've been burning bio in a furnace with a beckett burner with no modifications for four years now.
 
Location: West Michigan | Registered: April 26, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Hi Fab...how easy or how hard was it to tweak...we're not far from domestic heating and hot water...
 
Location: Ontario | Registered: April 13, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Cool, do you just pump it in to your tank or mix it with d2 in a more elaborate way?
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I've been burning bio in a furnace with a beckett burner with no modifications for four years now.


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03 Jetta TDI 12 gal marine tank in trunk w/copper heat exchanger no intank connections, coolant heated copper coiled fuel filter, HIH, 10 plate FPHE & two 3 port wvodesign fuel valves. Timer/relay purge.
 
Location: Etna, NH | Registered: January 19, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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