Hotsy Introduces Waste Oil Heater in Time for Winter

Hotsy Introduces Waste Oil Heater in Time for Winter

Hotsy, the number one name in North America for high-pressure cleaning equipment, is broadening their product line to include a line of waste oil heaters. Throughout North America, participating Hotsy dealers will offer sales and service on the new waste oil heater models beginning on November 1, 2007.

Hotsy, the number one name in North America for high-pressure cleaning equipment, is broadening their product line to include a line of waste oil heaters. Throughout North America, participating Hotsy dealers will offer sales and service on the new waste oil heater models beginning on November 1, 2007.

Waste oil heaters burn waste oil and other petroleum-based products, and are often used as a secondary heating source. The introduction of the new waste oil heaters adds an entirely new facet to the Hotsy product line, as the company’s strategy has been focused on industrial cleaning equipment since 1970. The new products are actually a great fit since many of Hotsy existing customers can benefit by using a waste oil heater. Likely industries include auto service centers, quick lube shops, auto dealerships, truck repair facilities and virtually any location that generates used oil.

Waste Oil Heaters Provide an Economical Solution to Disposing of Waste Oil
Waste oil heaters offer an alternative to costly waste-oil disposal. Instead of paying high fees for the waste oil to be removed and disposed of properly, companies can cut down on their heating fuel expenses by burning used oil and converting it to energy to heat their shop.

Mark Adams, product manager for Hotsy’s waste oil heaters says, “I am extremely pleased with the decision to expand our equipment selection to include heaters. Many Hotsy dealers already provide sales and service for this industry, so it’s a natural progression. I am confident Hotsy customers will be pleased with the many benefits a waste oil heating system can provide."

Three of the four Hotsy waste oil heater models will be equipped with an on-board air compressor, while all models have an upgraded waste oil supply pump for consistent, trouble-free operation. Other features include:

  • BTU input ranging from 155,000 to 500,000;
  • .75 to 3.6 HP blower motor horsepower;
  • Accessible design means cleaning time is 75% less than a traditional heater;
  • Swing-out removable burner allows for easy access cleaning and maintenance;
  • Dual, multi-directional air outlets; and
  • Efficient clean combustion.

For 37 years, Hotsy has been providing cleaning solutions to numerous industries. Hotsy manufactures a full line of high-pressure cleaning equipment, including hot and cold-water pressure washers, automatic parts washers and biodegradable detergents. Hotsy equipment is available exclusively through our network of authorized dealers located throughout North America.

For more information on Hotsy, visit http://www.Hotsy.com.

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