Which Waste Oil Furnace Should You Purchase? Clean Burn vs. Fire Lake vs. Clean Energy

While the financial and environmental benefits of switching to waste oil heating are evident, it might not be as easy to decide which waste oil furnace is right for your business.

There’s a lot to consider when comparing waste oil furnace brands. Not all makes and models offer the same features and functionality. Assessing durability, performance, efficiency, and return on investment can be difficult.

To help you in your research efforts, below is an overview of how Clean Energy Heating Systems furnaces compare to those made by two other well-known companies, Firelake and Clean Burn.

What Do Clean Energy Heating Systems, Firelake, and Clean Burn Have in Common?

  • Provide free heat for your facility by recycling your waste petroleum products.
  • Can burn hydraulic fluid, used motor oil, transmission fluid, and #2 heating oil.
  • Offer a variety of sizes to suit your facility’s needs.
  • Provide swaged flue tubes, which are resistant to cracks and deterioration.
  • Do not require removal of flue stack before cleanout.

What Do Clean Energy Heating Systems and Firelake Have in Common?

  • High-altitude settings to prevent overfiring and extend the life of your furnace.

What Do Clean Energy Heating Systems Waste Oil Furnaces Have that the Others Don’t?

  • Vertical flue tubes, which reduce ash buildup.
  • Durable, stainless steel components that outlast the competition.
  • Air swept heat exchanger for evenly distributed heat.
  • Pre-assembled, vacuum-tested pump, which decreases installation time and prevents faulty assembly.
  • Optional WiFi thermostat that can interface with a mobile app.
  • No-hassle, no-tools-needed cleanout, thanks to a hinged cleanout door and over-center latches.

“Fuel for Thought” –To Help You Make the Right Decision.

As you decide which waste oil furnace to choose for your business, you have a lot to consider. We’re here to help you every step of the process. Contact us today with your questions, and to get any additional information you might need about Clean Energy Heating Systems furnaces.