Reznor units convert oil to heat

July 13, 2009
Two new models of waste oil heaters from Thomas & Betts’ Reznor Div. offer the ability to convert used oils into shop heat, the company said

Two new models of waste oil heaters from Thomas & Betts’ Reznor Div. offer the ability to convert used oils into shop heat, the company said. The Model RAD-150 is a ductable furnace with heavy-duty blower designed for moving heat to specific locations while the Model RA-150 is a standard space heater.

Both heaters are rated for 150,000 BTU input and feature a chamber design created for extended run time between clean-outs. Each unit can be mounted on shop ceilings or supported above a Reznor Workbench Fuel Tank to function as a “recycling center,” the company said.

The company said both units feature a state-of-the-art, efficient air atomizing burner; a quiet, on-board air compressor; a positive displacement fuel metering pump; and automatic thermostat-controlled operation.

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