Oil and Gas Boiler Flues
Oil And Gas Burners
An oil burner is a part attached to an oil furnace, water heater, or boiler. It provides the ignition of heating oil/biodiesel fuel used to heat either air or water via a heat exchanger. A powered flue uses an extractor unit mounted to vent the combustion gases directly outside. This means that your gas stove or fire does not have to be installed against an external wall, so it can be located in more rooms around your home.