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11-04-2010, 06:08 PM
Anyone deal with their boilers? thoughts and concerns
11-10-2010, 07:50 PM
Haven't dealt with clean burn, but I do some work on energy logic and they are a bear. Easy enough to clean, but even tuned to factory specs, they produce as much soot as any boiler I have ever seen in a one year period.
11-11-2010, 12:32 PM
Not that I've worked on a whole lot of waste oil boilers, but I think Clean Burns are the nicest that I have worked on, simply because of servicibility. They do get sooted up just like any other waste oil burner but they are easy to clean, all doors open on hinges etc. We have found that the best thing to do maintenance wise is to take the whole burner to a factory rep and have them flush it out and clean it. This gets all the gunk out of the oil heaters, etc.and makes for a lot less intermittant problems. We found a place in York Pa that will flush, clean, and test fire the burner for less than two hours of our labor rate.
11-11-2010, 06:01 PM
I talked to the factory about some training and they said spring and fall. So I said what about us paying to have an engineer come to the site and have all the techs there and they said their rules don't allow it. He suggested that we should contact the rep and followed up with "watch out they will try to take the account from you". WTF!
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