Can You Use Diesel Fuel in a Kerosene Heater?


It would not be a safe choice to burn #2 diesel fuel in a kerosene heater. It is not clean and would wreck your heater. However, #1 diesel fuel and kerosene are the same thing and can be used interchangeably.
1 Additional Answer
You can use diesel fuel in a kerosene heater as diesel is essentially a heavy version of Kerosene. The downside to such an arrangement is that it would emit more smoke than kerosene and clog up the wick faster.
Q&A Related to "Can You Use Diesel Fuel in a Kerosene Heater?"
1. Purchase a new fuel container to store the kerosene heater fuel. Never store the fuel in a used container as this can contaminate the fuel, which can lead to a fire. 2. Check the
7.1 lbs for no1. and 7.6 lbs for no2. 6.9 lbs for kerosene. and 6.2 lbs for gasoline.
The different chain lengths have progressively higher boiling points, so
It depends on the unit itself, what it is manufactured for. Some use kerosene, some use other fuels. It should say somewhere on it "use X fuel only" Whatever it says is
Explore this Topic
It is not recommended for you to use diesel fuel in kerosene heaters. This is because diesel poses a safety risk when used in stead of kerosene. The quality of ...
Kerosene is a hydrocarbon oil made by distilling petroleum. This oil is often used in heaters, lamps, and as jet fuel. Kerosene is highly flammable and should ...
A kerosene heater is a small space heater type or portable heater that is operated by kerosene heater fuel. In the United States, they are mainly used for people ...
About -  Privacy -  AskEraser  -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback © 2014