Home Heating Oil
Ecoheat Kerosene Working in conjunction with our partner Dipetane Ireland, we at Curran Oil can now provide our customers with Ecoheat Kerosene. This product will provide users with a cost saving greener fuel and can also reduce your maintenance costs on your boiler.
Standard Kerosene is a clean burning, economical fuel used in modern boiler systems.
Ecoheat Gas Oil Also with Dipetane treatment, we at Curran Oil can now provide our customers with Ecoheat Gas Oil. This product will provide users with a cost saving greener fuel and can also reduce your maintenance costs on your boiler.
Gas Oil is used in many older house burners and only in heating systems with an outdoor burner.
What is the difference between Kerosene and Gas Oil?
Kerosene, also known as 28 second oil, is produced after the distillation process of crude oil. Most domestic systems run on Kerosene because it provides a cleaner and more efficient burn for your home.
Gas Oil (green diesel), also known as 35 second oil, is more commonly used in agriculture and industry. Gas Oil is less combustible than Kerosene and has more carbon atoms.
What type of home heating oil should I order?
Check your home heating oil tank to see if there is a sticker specifying the type of oil you require. If you are unsure you can 0818 27 99 00 and a member of our customer service team will help you choose the right product for your system or your local driver can check, which product you use, when he is making your next delivery.
Order your home heating oil online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Customers have a choice of payment methods which include cash, Laser and credit cards.
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Dipetane Ireland have been supplying companies such as Coca Cola Bottlers and Roadstone Dublin for many year. We can now supply our customers with Dipetane treated fuels, SureMax Diesel and Ecoheat Kerosene. Whether you require fuel for your truck, tractor, digger or your home heating these fuels have many economic and environmental advantages, some of which are listed below.
Increases fuel economy by up to 10% *
Reduces carbon emissions by up to 25% *
Reduces smoke by up to 50% *
Extends engine/boiler life
Reduces maintenance costs
*Results of extensive manufactures testing