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Oil Deaerators

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Tony Massi
Tony Massi Member Posts: 86
I was told that it's illegal to install an oil deaerator ( tiger loop) inside of a house. They can only be installed on the outside of a building. This is because of the fumes it gives off while venting may be harmful. I guess this would mean basements are off limit also.

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  • Robert O'Brien
    Robert O'Brien Member Posts: 3,542
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  • icesailor
    icesailor Member Posts: 7,265
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    Tails:

    Sounds prognostications from someone who doesn't like Tigerloops and doesn't understand how they work.

    More mis-information from the land of the know nothings.

    The same ones who use the universal oil burner nozzle in every application they come to. A  70 degree hollow nozzle. No matter what was in there and was working fine. Doesn't need a combustion analyzer, and can "set" any flame by eye, better than any stinkin' machine. Because they are so experienced.
  • Burntoacrisp
    Burntoacrisp Member Posts: 20
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    Oh yes! I am gagging on the fumes in my basement as I write this. What a bunch of misinformed BS. Super product. I just wish it was a little more long lived.
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