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    heating oil
  • fuel oil: a petroleum product used for fuel
  • Heating oil, oil heat, also known in the UK as 'boiler juice', is a low viscosity, flammable liquid petroleum product used as a fuel for furnaces or boilers in buildings.
  • A fuel oil with an ignition temperature over 55 C. Heating oil is used in oil-fired heating plants and boilers, and as a dieselequivalent to power some types of machinery.
    filter
  • A device for suppressing electrical or sound waves of frequencies not required
  • device that removes something from whatever passes through it
  • A porous device for removing impurities or solid particles from a liquid or gas passed through it
  • A screen, plate, or layer of a substance that absorbs light or other radiation or selectively absorbs some of its components
  • remove by passing through a filter; "filter out the impurities"
  • an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it
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The Complete Guide To Residential Oil Heating
The Complete Guide To Residential Oil Heating
The Complete Guide to Residential Oil Heating is first and foremost; a training guide used in the home heating industry for training maintenance technicians. It contains over 80 pages of high quality detailed line drawings specifically to support classroom training.
The first chapter starts with a detailed illustration of an oil fired boiler complete with attaching components clearly identified. Then each component is illustrated separately along with text that describes its function.
Chapter 2 provides a step-by-step series of illustrations and text that covers everything required to perform an annual system cleaning and tune-up. It covers the entire system with a special focus on the oil burner, burner motor, fuel pump, pump coupling, fuel/oil filter, electronic ignitor, transformer, electrode rods, nozzle, end cone, blast tube, nozzle assembly, draft regulator, smoke pipe and plumbing.
Chapter 3 provides an innovative approach to system troubleshooting by using flowcharts along with illustrated maintenance steps to identify and repair the problem.
Chapter 4 covers problems with the heat distribution components such as feed valves, zone valves, circulators, radiators, Extrol tank, expansion tank, flo-check valve, bleed valve, and pressure relief valves. Included is an easy procedure to properly bleed air from the system.
Chapter 5 covers perhaps the least understood area in heating systems; all those electrical controls, thermostat, aquastats, primary control, stack relay, high limit control, sensors, safety devices, and wiring. Again the detailed illustrations make sense out of this difficult topic. Lastly,
Chapter 6 is targeted specifically for the installer providing Helpful Hints and a nice oil capacity chart that covers common residential oil tanks.
Whether you are a classroom trainer, a seasoned heating professional, or a student, this book has the detail and clarity not seen in other guides.
More info at Homeoilheatingsystems.com

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Draining Oil for Sichuan Oil
Draining Oil for Sichuan Oil
Draining the hot Sichuan spice pepper oil I made. Be sure to listen to this with the volume up. There's a soundtrack! Recently I’ve been exploring sichuan flavors a lot in the kitchen. I really like the way the heat of a chile combines with the strange numbing tingling of the sichuan peppercorn. I wanted an oil that was spicy but with a complex lingering aftertaste. I adapted this spice mixture from one published by Mark Bittman in the New York Times, mostly to reflect my own preference for a more assertive Sichuan Peppercorn flavor. I used it on a light (cold) celery-tofu dish and it was fantastic. I’ll be posting that recipe as well. Ingredients 2 cups oil (I used peanut) 2 Tbl. Sichuan Peppercorns 1/4 Cup Red Pepper flakes 1 Stick Cinamon 1 Whole Star Anise 2 tsp. Corriander 2 tsp. Cumin 1 bunch Green Onions, minced 1 inch Ginger, thinly sliced (1) Heat Oil in a pan. Be sure that it’s much larger then the volume of oil as it will bubble up quite a bit when you add the spices. (2) Add everything to the oil. Let it simmer and bubble until the spices begin to brown but not burn. Remove from the heat and let cool. (3) Strain using a fine sieve and then a coffee filter. The oil should be quite hot and aromatic.
Waste Oil Pickup
Waste Oil Pickup
Used oil products are recycled by contract; oil is filtered with diesel fuel and reintroduced for retail sale as residential and industrial heating oils. North Carolina Army National Guard Field Maintenance Shop #1 no longer has to transport, store, or otherwise dispose of used oil products or purchase greater quantities of diesel fuel. Around 1600 gallons of waste oil are recycled each year.

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