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Uploaded on Feb 19, 2012

This is a Beckett Burner Modified to Burn Waste Vegetable Oil with the CK Burner kit. It is fitted to an existing 'Mini Flame' Coal Stoker Furnace. The Housing is insulated and large enough that the Burner can be moved out and I can run on coal if the Need Arises. Whole unit is mounted on Hinges for this purpose. WVO is pumped from the Generator Shack inside the 3" ABS Pipe. Warm Air is also pumped through this 3" ABS Pipe to help keep the unit warm. It can get to -40 where I live.

I had problems with this unit for 5 months. Erratic Performance. Found out that there was a flaw in the Delavan Syphon Nozzle. The screw pin was poorly machined on the end , and this caused air to bypass into the oil line. Funny thing is, it would run poorly, then good, poorly, etc. I actually fixed this by grinding the end down smooth with emery cloth. I installed a Higher Capacity Nozzle and kept the old one as a spare.

What a Difference this made!!! What I learned? Even a New Delavan Nozzle can be Faulty!

Fuel Consumption , Winter, 4 to 6 gallons per day. Summer. less than 1 Gallon per day.

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