Clean Burn Launches New Interactive Website

Clean Burn Launches New Interactive Website

Clean Burn, manufacturers of energy systems that transform used motor oil into free heat, has introduced a new company website. The interactive site includes an innovative "Compare" feature that encourages visitors to compare the components of Clean Burn units to those found in converted fuel oil furnaces, factory-direct furnaces and blast tube furnaces.

Clean Burn, manufacturers of energy systems that transform used motor oil into free heat, has introduced a new company website at www.cleanburn.com. The interactive site includes an innovative “Compare” feature that encourages visitors to compare the components of Clean Burn units to those found in converted fuel oil furnaces, factory-direct furnaces and blast tube furnaces.
           
“The ‘Compare” section of the site has callouts that identify different aspects of Clean Burn products as compared to those found in alternative machinery,” says Morris Mantey, president and CEO of Clean Burn. “You can physically see the difference in the heat exchangers, burners and pumps to gain a clear understanding of the components of these valuable pieces of equipment and how Clean Burn products are built to provide years of service.”
         
The clean, fresh design of the new Clean Burn site makes it easy to navigate between product information, tips on selecting the right furnace for the right setting, product manuals and environmental information. The site also includes sections with product warranties and registration details, a worldwide distributor locator and videos on using used motor oil furnaces and boilers.
           
Engineered to burn used motor oils generated by cars, trucks, heavy equipment, boats and other vehicles, Clean Burn furnaces and boilers are manufactured in the United States and can transform used-oil into free heat. More than 80,000 Clean Burn products located throughout the world burn millions of gallons of used-oils each year on-site, at the point of generation. This volume of used-oil would otherwise be transported on highway systems and pose a considerable risk to spills and/or contamination to the environment.
           
Clean Burn is an ENERGY STAR partner. The company holds numerous industry certifications and works with the U.S. government, the Environmental Protection Agency and various associations to help coordinate the establishment of standards and regulations related to heat recovery and recycling efforts involving used motor oils. For more information on Clean Burn, visit www.cleanburn.com or call (800) 331-0183.

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