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Small Two Stage Oil Burner

Unfortunately, the turn down rate is no where near what you are looking for.


  • soot_seeker_2
    soot_seeker_2 Member Posts: 228
    Does anyone make one?

    Give me a two stage oil burner that can burn .85 on low and 1.35 GPH on high flame. Would work wonders on a residential steam system.

    Anyone make these things? What do you think? We've modified gas burners to do this and the savings were substantial.

    Long Beach Ed
  • RonWHC
    RonWHC Member Posts: 232
    Riello has a

    2 stage residential burner. Only listed on one brand of furnace, so far.

  • J.C.A._3
    J.C.A._3 Member Posts: 2,981
    Sad thing....

    They've been on the market for years...in Europe.(Not much warm air OR steam on the other side of the pond)

    Ed, if you have any questions, I suggest you drop by the Firedragon's site. George has one of the first(residential) 2 stage burners ever seen in the states made by Riello.....from 1984(?). He'll fill you in.

    BTW, I've personally seen a MODULATING oil burner in action! The firing rates it works at are far from compatable with American equipment...at this time, but I feel it will show itself when the equipment manufacturers and fuel suppliers get their s#!^ together. Chris
  • Kevin__Flynn
    Kevin__Flynn Member Posts: 74
    Weishaupt WL-10

    Try this,

    Weishaupt WL-10 burner.


    Kevin Flynn
    Kevin Flynn
  • Long Beach Ed
    Long Beach Ed Member Posts: 1,188
    You folks...

    You guys are great. Thanks for the information.
  • A.J.
    A.J. Member Posts: 257

    Ed I know you are looking for steam but Thermo Pride has a two stage oil burner on one of their new model furnaces.
  • Long Beach Ed
    Long Beach Ed Member Posts: 1,188
    Yep, a Riello

    Seems Riello does make one...
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