Where Should You Put Your Waste Oil Furnace If You Have Limited Space?

If you’ve wanted to take advantage of the cost savings that a waste oil furnace can provide but haven’t bought one because you don’t think you have space, we have great news for you.

Waste oil heating can work for companies of all sizes!

If your business generates used oil products in your operations, don’t let space constraints stop you from turning that used oil into free heat for your facility.

Two Reasons Why Limited Space Isn’t a Deal Breaker with Clean Energy Heating Systems Waste Oil Furnaces

  1. Various Sizes and Capacities Help Ensure You Will Find a Perfect Fit.
    At Clean Energy Heating Systems, we make our furnaces to accommodate businesses whether small or large. For example, our CE-140 Waste Oil Furnace is ideal for garages with one to four bays, and for heating an area of up to 4,000 square feet. Then there’s our CE-330 Waste Oil Furnace, which can serve garages with seven or more bays, and heat an area of up to 9,000 square feet. And we have models that cover businesses that fall in between!
  2. You Have a Say in How Much Floor Space Your Furnace Will Require.
    Are you worried about giving up precious floor space? Don’t be! One way to conserve space inside your building is to locate the oil tank outside, or in a storage area, so that it won’t get in the way.Or consider using our Waste Oil Heating Center to keep all the components of your furnace, with the oil storage tank, arranged neatly together in a compact area. The center is a self-contained unit with a durable steel frame mount that holds any of our furnaces, and an EPA-approved oil storage tank. It allows you to mount our equipment vertically, conserving valuable floor space. It also makes installation hassle-free, because you can easily connect your oil storage tank directly to your furnace to fuel it.

Where Should You Put Your Waste Oil Furnace?

When deciding on a location for your waste oil heater, keep the following things in mind. The space you choose must:

  • Comply with all local codes and regulations.
  • Not be in the way of shop employees or other equipment.
  • Be placed where the warm air can be distributed evenly for maximum heating efficiency.
  • Be easily accessible for maintenance and service.
  • Meet the clearance-to-combustible material requirements.
  • Complement where you install your chimney, ductwork, and oil tank.

Where To Learn More

Our equipment manuals shed more light on all of the above, and you’re always welcome to call us with any questions. Contact us today – take your next step toward cutting your heating costs and improving your business’s bottom line for many years to come!