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Retrofit gas power burners.

airhead
airhead Member Posts: 7
I have had several inquiries from residential customers looking to convert from oil and install power gas burners. I would like to hear peoples thoughts about this. I have not been able to get feedback if it is a worthwhile investment. Are there any reasons not to consider this. Thanks

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  • Tim McElwain
    Tim McElwain Member Posts: 4,517
    Have you installed gas conversion burners in the past? If not make sure you get some training before attempting to do a conversion

    Depending on the age of the equipment a gas power conversion burner can be a good choice to replace the oil burner. My present cut-off is 10 to 12 years old. Anything over that depends on equipment condition.

    I have over the years done over 3,000 conversion burner installs so I am obviously going to say it is a good investment.

    You will if properly set up be able to equal the combustion efficiency of the oil or even properly set up exceed the oil efficiency.
  • Steamhead
    Steamhead Member Posts: 15,429
    I'm with Tim, though I haven't installed over 3,000 of these burners ;) Still, my results are as good as his.
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