These have been built to fit into your 45 kg or 19kg gas cylinder, they come with a drawing showing how to fit them, door cut out size and flue housing. Comes with a stainless steel bowl.
The new blower unit with fuel delivery, and fan controller fitted, painted in 600c rated heatproof black.
Comes with bolt on plate to fit your situation if needed.
1 x brass compression fitting.
3/8th copper tubing installed.
1 x 12 volt, 240 volt adapter
1 x Fan speed controller.
1 x Fan.
240 volt/12 volt power supply.
Stainless Steel Bowl which holds the fire.
4 x Nuts & bolts.
1 x Brass Needle valve.
Priced at $360.65USD plus freight, we will get back to you regarding the freight cost.
If you live in USA or Canada allow 5 to 10 days before the item is delivered.
NZD $493.74 + freight
Australia $46.51-60.00 Aust dollars.
NZ North Island $20.00 NZD.
NZ South Island $30.00 NZD.
Showing you how these units bolt on to your gas cylinder
Production Starts on the blower/Burner units to keep up with demand.
To get your waste oil heater running cleanly, you will notice the flame in the video above is white, yellow in colour and very agitated with pointed tips on the ends of the flame, if you are getting an a dark orange and black flame then it will smoke, so by increasing fan speed or replacing the fan for a better CFPM fan, and reducing the oil flow you should get it clean burning. Our fans look like a cooling computer fan but i assure you they aren't. Computer fans don't pump out enough air to get them clean burning. We have 20 or 30 computer fans all don't work.
Lighting your Blower/Burner Heater.
The waste oil burner blower unit in action above video.
When it comes to lighting these blower units, filter all your oil before burning starts using a large orange Mitre 10 funnel $8.90 and a kitchen sive $3.00 with handle removed place the sive inside the funnel pour your unfiltered oil through the sive and into your 20 litre plastic storage tank.
Put not one, but two 1200mm x 150mm onto your heater, this gives it draw.
To light your heater pop a small rag inside the pot, and start the oil flow so you have a teaspoon of oil on the rag then turn the oil off.
Light the rag & oil with a gas torch, turn on the fan and when the flame catches.Turn the oil on if using a needle valve only to about 3-4 drips a second until it heats up, then increase the oil flow as require, but just to a thin steam just past a drip, not past 2 turns on the needle vavle, if using a dual timer 1 second of oil 5-6-7 seconds delay. Decrease the delay when going.
If it smokes you are feeding it too much oil, turn oil flow off until it any smoke clears, then turn oil flow at a decreased rate.
Turning the fan speed up will also help clear smoke levels.