Buderus Logano G315 Oil Conventional Boiler

Buderus began way back in 1731, since then they have been developing new and exciting heating technologies to benefit the residential as well as the commercial industry. Buderus Logano G315 Oil Conventional BoilerThis family owned company has prided themselves on innovative products, energy efficient products and cost effective boilers. They create products based on the heating applications needed. Buderus Boilers has a reputation all over the world as being a recognized leader in the home and commercial heating industry. Some of the categories in their inventory include Gas Heating, Oil Heating, Wood Heating, Solar Energy, Storage Tanks, Radiant Heat Products and Controls.

The Logano Series of Oil Conventional Boilers includes some of the highest quality and highest performance boilers in the industry. One of these boilers is the Buderus Logano G315 Oil Conventional Boiler. This boiler’s sections are put together with slanting, surface profiled push nipples that offer protection against water leaking while the boiler is on standby. There are some impressive points that Buderus offers as to why the Buderus Logano G315 Oil Conventional Boiler is the boiler of choice.

For example, the Buderus Logano G315 Oil Conventional Boiler has an Ecostream low temperature boiler that can be used on either a gas combustion or oil combustion system with a modulating boiler water temperature control without a minimum requiring low temperature. The design of the Logano G315 Oil Conventional Boiler contains the Thermostream Technology that utilizes a reliable boiler operation without a shunt pump and return temperature controls.

The Logano G315 Oil Conventional Boiler from Buderus provides easy handling through the delivery of the boiler block in sections. As we mentioned this boiler system can be used with either gas or oil. There is a water cooled combustion chamber that contains low combustion loading and a hot gas routing through the three pass system. The unit versions are equipped with pressure jet oil and a gas burner that is matched to the boiler system for a clean burning combustion. The AFUE on these boilers is 88%.

Buderus offers some advantages of installing the Logano G315 Oil Conventional Boiler. The boiler flue ways are fabricated to be gas tight with a tongue and groove section creation as well as an elastic high temperature resistant sealing rope. This feature will maximize the energy efficiency of the boiler system. There is also a permanent dry door gasket that provides repeated positive sealing of the full swing door that protects the burner. Since the flue gases cannot get out through the seams in the boiler sections, these boilers are more energy efficient than other oil and gas fired boilers.

Trust Buderus to provide you home or commercial heating application with products specially designed to fit your heating needs. Now may be a good time to check out your existing boiler system and see if that system is cost you money and energy. Contact a sales representative for more information on the Logano G315 Oil Conventional Boiler or any of the other quality products that Buderus has to offer.

Restart Your Beckett Burners

One of the most common situations for homes that use oil home heating system is that you run out of oil. It can be easily fixed but how can you re-start your oil burner if you do run out of oil.>Beckett Oil BurnerThere may be some problems that do arise from running out of oil and they can affect your Beckett Burners. If you do not happen to have a Beckett but a Carlin or Riello the process of re-starting your oil burner is just about the same. The very thing you need to do first is to get that oil delivery as fast as you can so you do not freeze. In the event that you cannot afford a huge oil delivery you can actually use a gallon of diesel fuel just to get the oil burner going again.

The next thing you will need is the right tool, this tool is an adjustable crescent wrench, you will need this tool to help bleed the air out of the lines, When you run out of oil, the oil pump and oil lines will become what is called air locked since the new oil that you put in with push the air back into the lines. Now, once you have the tool and the fuel that you need, you will look at the front of the oil burner, locate the oil pump on the burner. On the majority of oil burners like the Beckett, the oil pump bleed screw will be located on the left side of the burner.

If you have a Carlin Burners the bleed screw will be located at the front of the burner. Now that you have located the bleed screw, you want to loosen the screw loose just a little and then re-tighten, do not remove it at least not now. Once you have done that you can bleed the air out of the system. Take your wrench and place it on the bleeder screw and then press the oil burner safety reset. You will hear the motor on the burner turn on and then open the bleed screw. Now you will hear a rush of air then you will hear a rush of oil.

On the old style burners there would a 45 second lock out but on the newer models there is a 1 minute 30 second lock out, this is still in place due to safety reasons. Now that you have opened up the fuel lines for the first time, most of the air will come out of the burner and the unit may start it will really all depend on how much air was in the system also how far away the oil tank is. This will help determine how much air or exactly how many times you will have to bleed the air. Once all of the air is completely out of the system, the burner will ignite and the burner is now running.

If the above sounds to complicated for you, of if you have no experience working on Oil burners, you alternatively can hire an Oil burner technician to fix the burner for you, if there is one in your local area.