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  1. #1
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    Confused product called super heat

    have any of you techs herd of a pour in product called super heat that is supposed to help get rid of the sluge from the bottom of youre oil tank?
    i saw this posted by a guy called big tony the plummer on u tube.
    and wounderd does this stuff actualy work?

  2. #2
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    You better hope it doesn't work, or you'll have a motor full of sludge.
    If everything was always done "by the book"....the book would never change.

  3. #3
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    If you want to de-sludge your tank, run bio-diesel. Superheat sounds like an additive for very cold areas with outdoor tanks, keeps the oil from gelling. I agree with smokin', de-sludging will cause more problems than it will solve. If your tank is sludged enough to need cleaning, it's probably very old and needs replacing.

  4. #4
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    if you have an underground tank it would be best to have your tank cleaned by an oil tank cleaning company. in our area there is a company that filters the fuel they remove then remove all sludge and debris from the tank and refill with your filtered oil. it is not cheap to have done but can remedy problems due to old sludge filled tanks.

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    Used as a preventive additive, its ok.
    Once sluge is built up.
    The tank needs to be cleaned first. Or you'll have a lot of service calls for plugged oil filters, pump strainers, and nozzles.
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  6. #6
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    Talking Is this where Super Heat is made?


  7. #7
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    lol lol lol lol super heat looking good there

  8. #8
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    Product Called Super Heat

    thanks guys iam not in need of it i just saw tony promiteing it and wanted some of you techs views on it.
    i personaly have never herd of it untill to day.
    and my tank is 4 years old and clean as a whisle .
    as i burn k1 it hasent seen any #2 oil in its life time.
    thanks

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