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conversion burners

ddenny
ddenny Member Posts: 75
hello

     I've seen oil to gas conversion burners on boilers but never on a forced warm air system. a customer is switching from oil to gas and is considering a conversion burner as an option. he has a rheem oil fired furnace that's only 6 years old. but I heard there are issues with putting a conversion burner in a furnace that are not a problem with installing one in a boiler. I'm going to do a heat load on the house but can see right away the current oil furnace is way oversized has anyone installed these in furnaces or is it not advisable?

                                                              thankyou

                                                              dennis

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  • Tim McElwain
    Tim McElwain Member Posts: 4,444
    As long as the heat exchanger and combustion

    chamber are in good condition not a problem. You may want to check with the furnace manufacturer and get their okay just to be safe.



    What is the burner you will be using?
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