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The National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA) recently released the Technicians Manual for Liquid Heating Fuels, replacing the previous instruction manual, Oilheat Technicians Manual -Silver Edition. The new manual is the most comprehensive and up-to-date learning resource for understanding the principles and practices of today’s liquid heating fuel, controls, systems and service. It is the basis Read more

By Charlie Uglietto, Cubby Oil & Energy By now, there’s no doubt you’re aware that strategic electrification has been eroding the hydronic market for a number of years. Heat pumps of every shape and size are being selected in place of boiler retrofits. That’s a disservice to the customer, due to the longevity, efficiency and Read more

Fall is here and winter is approaching. That means we are officially in heating season. While accidents happen, there are a few ways to remain cautious for a safer, incident-free winter. Working in colder climates has some obvious challenges. For one, HVACR professionals deal with extreme weather while working long, tiresome hours near components that Read more

On August 23, AHRI and other petitioners filed with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit a response to the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) supplemental brief, taking the position that if the Court were to decide that DOE’s final rule on energy conservation standards for commercial package boilers is unlawful, it Read more

Increase in demand for steam boilers from several end-use industries and surge in investment toward adding power generation capacity have boosted the growth of the global steam boiler market. Portland, Ore. — Allied Market Research recently published a report, titled, “Steam Boiler Market by Type (Water Tube Boiler and Fire Tube Boiler), Fuel Type (Coal Fired Read more