How does Heatese Compare to a conventional boiler?
A conventional boiler, once pre-heated, operates on a 6 minute cycle, on for 3 minutes off for 3 minutes
Heatesecomes on for 12 minutes and then knocks off for 33 minutes. This provides a 45minute cycle. Therefore Heatese is on for 12 minutes in every 45 minute cycle.Conventional systems are on for 22.5 minutes in every 45 minute cycle.
Traditionally burners in conventional systems uses a 0.75mm nozzle at a fuel pressure of 130psi
Heatese use a 0.5mm nozzle at a fuel pressure of 100psi. As a result Heatese cannot burn as much fuel as a conventional system
Running Cost Comparison of an Oil Boiler
|Heatese||Traditional Condensing Boiler|
|Consumption of oil per hour||0.5 litres||2.5|
|Running cost per hour||£0.29||£1.45|
|Running cost per day||£1.45||£7.25|
|Running cost per week||£10.15||£50.75|
*Based on the average boiler running time of 5hrs a day 2 in the morning 3 in the evening