Can I Use Diesel Fuel in My Oil Burner?

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Yes, but it seems that diesel fuel costs more...
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You can use diesel fuel in oil burner as diesel is considered a middle distillate and is combusted at similar temperatures in oil burners as it is in compression-ignition engines. The downside to using diesel in an oil burner is that it is bound to be expensive
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Crude oil is a fossil fuel extracted from the ground. Much like making strong alcohols, the crude oil is sent through a process called fractional distillation to make diesel fuel.
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1. Choose the appropriate oil to mix with the diesel fuel, such as vegetable oil. The vegetable oil does not need to be one that is more expensive; cheaper oils such a Canola will
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( ′bər·nər ′fyül ′öil ) (materials) Any of the petroleum distillate and residual oils used to heat homes and buildings.
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Generally there are two sources of this on an engine with a pump-style injection system: 1) The front shaft seal on the injection pump (this is if you have a fuel lubricated injection
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You can use diesel fuel in oil burner as diesel is considered a middle distillate and is combusted at similar temperatures in oil burners as it is in compression-ignition ...
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