Fitch Fuel Catalyst
Save 20% on your heating bills this winter with a Fitch Fuel Catalyst.
The Fitch Fuel Catalyst for oil burner application is designed to:
- Reduce Fuel Consumption
- Reduce Emissions & Soot
- Improve Efficiency
- Improve Overall Performance
- Provide a Cleaner Burn
How Does It Work
The Fitch Fuel Catalyst is a patented alloy that creates a molecular change in hydrocarbon fuels such as fuel oil and diesel. This molecular transformation is similar to the refining process. The refinery uses heat and pressure to refine fuel, the Fitch Fuel Catalyst reformulates fuel at the time of use.
First, the improved combustion resulting from the catalyst increases the heat output per gallon burned. This enables adjustments to the heating system that will reduce amount of fuel necessary to produce the same BTU heat.
Second, the improved combustion also means cleaner burning of the fuel. The heating system will stay cleaner for a longer time. This means the heating system will maintain a higher degree of operating efficiency over a longer time period and require less maintenance.
The Fitch Fuel Catalyst is installed in the fuel delivery line. It is a maintenance-free device. Fitch produces a more efficient combustion process resulting in visible brightness in flame and reduction in soot build up.
Installation of the Fitch Fuel Catalyst must be performed by a qualified technician. The special instruments and equipment used by the technician are required to ensure the proper installation and operation of the unit. The technician will assure that the proper setting have been selected for the burner and that inlet air, stack temperatures, and soot levels are measured and adjusted correctly.
Cost & Payback
The Fitch Fuel Catalyst is available for all commercial and residential oil burners. Guaranteed for 10 years. Savings will depend on the size and maintenance condition of the oil burner, the heating requirements of the building and, of course, weather conditions. The percent of actual savings may vary but payback is typically within the first year of installation.