Comfort & Productivity

Fire is fire, Right? So How Does EnergyLogic Achieve a “Hotter Flame”?

Secrets to Making Fire Hotter

Fuel, air, and spark –  the fundamental ingredients of combustion are simple. Getting the most “bang for your buck”, however, is an entire field of science, engineering, and technology. Let used-oil-combustion experts, EnergyLogic, break down the science of a clean-burning waste-oil heater. The Science of Combustion Converting fuel into useful energy is easy. Just feed…

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Waste Oil vs. Used Oil

Waste & Used Oil: How are they different?

Waste oil is a term to describe a synthetic or petroleum-based oil that is no longer useful for its originally intended purpose. Technically speaking, true waste oil has been contaminated or changed without ever being used.  On-the-other-hand, used oil has served its purpose but has accumulated contaminates and been broken down from the heat and…

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Evaporative Cooling with EnergyLogic HVLS Fans

If you’ve ever experienced a high-volume, low-speed (HVLS) fan, you know what an immense difference they can make in the room temperature. HVLS fans often provide a much more stable level of control than other, more traditional options, like small fans or even HVAC ductwork. As it turns out, there’s a lot of science behind…

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Waste Oil Heating technology

Addressing Waste Oil System Tech Challenges

Exploring High Tech Waste Oil Solutions At EnergyLogic, we provide a range of standard and customized solutions for all of our customers, depending on the location, space configuration, and waste oil storage needs. We consider each project on a case-by-case basis. We strive to cut costs, improve efficiencies, and make our customers’ lives easier. This…

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Is burning waste oil dirty?

Is Burning Waste Oil Dirty?

Today’s Energy and Environment Concerns  Despite continued advances in renewable energy, waste reduction, and public awareness, our world still runs on oil, for now.  We are transitioning to greener methods of providing energy to industry, infrastructure, and our every-day lives, but there is a long way to go before we completely step-away from fossil resources. …

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