It is safe to burn diesel fuel in an oil furnace. Oil fuel is very similar to diesel fuel and the biggest difference is the color of the fuel. Diesel fuel also comes in more grades than oil fuel. More »

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According to Enviroharvest Inc., home heating oil and standard diesel fuel are essentially identical, so diesel fuel runs in standard oil furnaces. However, diesel fuel purchased at gas stations may have additives that c... More »

The specific gravity of diesel fuel oil varies between 0.81 to 0.96. Specific gravity of diesel fuel oil is recorded at 15.6 degree centigrade. More »

According to Enviroharvest Inc., home heating oil and standard diesel fuel are essentially identical, so diesel fuel runs in standard oil furnaces. However, diesel fuel purchased at gas stations may have additives that c... More »

D2 diesel, also called Gasoil, is a fuel oil that is the second distillate derived from crude oil. D2 diesel products contain different levels of sulfur and require no reformers or additives to produce. More »

Furnace ratings are efficiency ratios that show how well a furnace can convert fuel into heat energy. This efficiency rating or ratio is given by the annual fuel utilization efficiency ratio as a percentage. More »

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A lawnmower that is smoking usually indicates that either the fuel or oil compartments are overfilled, and the engine is burning off the excess. Blue smoke typically indicates that oil is burning and may be evidence of a... More »