Are Heating Oil Fumes Dangerous?


Heating oil fumes are generally dangerous as they are rich in carbon monoxide and other toxic gases. These fumes can cause side effects such as nausea, dizziness, increased blood pressure, breathing difficulties and headaches among many others. Very high concentration of carbon monoxide can lead to suffocation.
Q&A Related to "Are Heating Oil Fumes Dangerous?"
According to John D. Spengler in the "Interior Air Quality Handbook, burning oil releases noxious gases, some of which include nitrogen and sulfur dioxide and carbon monoxide
One of our customers had heating oil fumes in the house and the pets, on dog and one cat became ill. They recovered with one application of VaporRemed which addresses the fuel oil
Its fine. I spill heating oil in my basement all the time. if there's actual oil there just throw cat litter on it and wait to clean. oil soot is super fine and can go everywhere!
1 Additional Answer
Heating oil fumes are toxic and flammable because they are petroleum products. Heating oil fumes can cause carbon monoxide poisoning. They also lead to difficulty concentrating, dizziness, headaches and nausea. Additionally, these oils can spark great fires leading to destruction of property and lives.
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