Author Topic: reznor style nozzle used in beckett burner  (Read 4275 times)

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reznor style nozzle used in beckett burner
« on: December 25, 2013, 09:59:41 pm »
Has someone used reznor ra/rad parts to make a siphon nozzle. The basic set up is like a beckett pressure nozzle but the front is converted to a siphon nozzle. The parts are available from outher sources as well as reznor. Also I have seen
from pattriot supplly and ebay universal nozzle adapters.

I currentlly use a stock beckett burner pressure nozzle set up and mix my waste oil with 25% diesel . looking to go pure waste oil and change my nozzle

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Re: reznor style nozzle used in beckett burner
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2013, 12:50:44 pm »
I havent heard of this method before, but it sounds interesting.  I know the CK setup is pretty popular.  Does it compare in price to the CK kit?

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Re: reznor style nozzle used in beckett burner
« Reply #2 on: December 28, 2013, 10:02:58 pm »
the price could be comparable if you do your research for the best prices. you can by a universal siphon nozzle adapter from patriot supplly and design from there. dont get me wrong the ck burner is a good system because there is support
behind it and he can tell you what you need for his system to work proper which is great. I have serviced two reznor
units that we had in our shop. that is why I brought up the topic. It looks real close in design to a pressure nozzle system but it has the adapter on the side to make it a siphon system with a front and back 30 watt heater on the fuel nozzle system. i wish somebody would come up with a good canister pre heater system like the reznor system uses on
on the cheap side of things. I have been looking. will come up with something.