Kerosene home heating oil is also known as paraffin, heating oil, 28 second, kero, lamp oil, burning oil, and boiler fuel.
Why use Kerosene?
Prices are market-driven. They go up and down, not just up.
It Is Better For the Environment
Kerosene burns healthier than natural gas releasing fewer hydrocarbons into the atmosphere.
It will not explode
Home Heating Oil will only burn if heated to 140 degrees
Natural gas boilers can malfunction and release carbon monoxide gas before any fumes are released into the atmosphere, leaving your family vulnerable.
28sec Burning Oil Is Efficient
Paraffin burns 400 degrees hotter than natural gas.
Oil has a faster recovery than any other type of heat.
Our engineers can upgrade oil boilers quickly and economically.
What is Kerosene?
Kerosene is a combustible oil with low viscosity used by businesses and homes as fuel to generate heat, light and power. Kerosene has many names, although these all refer to the same energy; these names include kerosine, paraffin, heating oil, 28 second, kero, lamp oil, burning oil and boiler fuel.
28-second refers to Kerosene’s viscosity through a specific test of how long it takes 50ml of the oil to drip into a beaker. It also explains how red diesel gets its ’35-second’ name.
Kerosene trades in the $US and fluctuates constantly. You can see the current price at oilprice.com.