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Old 11-03-2008, 06:27 AM
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Anyone run a kerosene heater on bioD?

I thought heard of people running portable kerosene heaters on bioD. Anyone got experience with that? If so, what kind of heater? I'm looking at a used Kerosun Omni 19,000 btu - just for helping take the load off of my natural gas system at home.

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I thought heard of people running portable kerosene heaters on bioD. Anyone got experience with that? If so, what kind of heater? I'm looking at a used Kerosun Omni 19,000 btu - just for helping take the load off of my natural gas system at home.

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I run my 100,000 btu ready heater on b-80 (mixed with #2). Works fine, I use this heater in my 36' X 56' metal building. It has only been down to 48* in the building so far this season. It will get colder over time. winters coming.
I'll continue this with Kerosene next time, so I won't have to worry about the pour point.
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