Patented Stack Technology Cuts Fuel Bills for Natural Gas and Fuel Oil

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By utilizing Stanlin Energy GroupÂ?s environmentally friendly patented technology, business owners can see a dramatic reduction in their fuel bills.

By utilizing Stanlin Energy Group's environmentally friendly patented technology, business owners can see a dramatic reduction in their fuel bills. Typical savings may amount to between 7 percent and 20 percent on power boilers and between 15 percent and 29 percent or more on atmospheric boilers, furnaces and hot water heaters, according to Rick Creighton, president, of the Stanlin Energy Group based out of North Providence, RI.

Energy savings makes sense, especially in these days when energy costs are dramatically rising. Recently, crude oil prices hit over $66 a barrel and, according to the August 7, Houston Chronicle, natural gas prices are expected to increase by 18 percent or more this heating season.

“We have found a way to help save energy in these unpredictable times at a reasonable cost,” Creighton says.

Typical payback period for the system is between 24 and 36 months. Creighton says. “The payback period may even be reduced with today's ever increasing and unpredictable fuel costs.”

“Our technology is simple,” says Al Greene, director of field operations. “There are no moving parts; it uses no fuel; it is maintenance free; and it comes with a 10-year warranty. The technician installing the system tunes the stack to your boiler, creating a permanently balanced venting system. This allows the flue stack to work with the heating equipment rather then against it. The result is optimum heating efficiency."

The Stanlin Energy system controls what happens in the flue stack to make the equipment run near its shop-certified rating, Creighton says.

By using thermodynamic rather than mechanical controls of stack gases, the Stanlin Energy regulator creates a positive stack pressure. This provides more efficient combustion, reduced boiler run times and reduces maintenance and fuel consumption, Creighton says.

“Since the Stanlin Energy system works with the current boiler, there is no need for expensive boiler replacement. Life expectancy of the system is over 30 years,” Greene says.

And the technology is environmentally friendly, in many cases lowering the total tonage of emissions released to the atmosphere due to a more complete burn of the fuel, according to Greene.

To learn more about how the Stanlin Energy Technology reduces fuel consumption or to see if your boiler qualifies, check out: http://www.stanlinenergy.com/info or contact Al Greene at (281) 343-0857.

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