Oil for furnace
HOW IT OPERATES
From a storage space container, oil is moved in to the furnace where it's changed into a mist, sprayed through the blast pipe and ignited. The good droplets mixed with air allow it to burn off really effectively. The flame heats the air within a heat exchanger, as well as the combusted gasses exit through a flue or chimney. Air through the residence is drawn through the ductwork, past the temperature exchanger and right back out of the ports in the home. In most contemporary systems, the atmosphere flows through a filter, which eliminates any impurities.