I have looked myself online and can find the answer
I want to know which bio fuels produce the lease emount of carbon monoxide
As this is for an indoor heating system
If the burner is adjusted correctly there should be NO hazardous levels of CO in the exhaust with any fuel. Besides ALL combustion products should be vented outside, always.
If the burner is adjusted correctly
Please give me info?
But different fuels give of different levels of CM
This -- no matter what fuel you are burning. If your concern is environmental, that's one thing -- but with CO, safety is the primary issue. Vent the system correctly and then properly install a detector as an added layer of warning/protection.
When it comes to installation and fine adjustment, if in doubt, this is an area where you probably should hire a pro.
Like John says, get a professional burner mechanic to tune the combustion system.
its a paraffin lamp/ heater running on alcohol in a van with A whole in the floor and a hole in the roof and a carbon monoxide alarm just for luck
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