How does ThermaClean work?
ThermaClean is specially formulated to burn cleaner and more efficiently than regular home heating fuel, thus reducing smoke, soot and corrosion.
Is it proven?
The technology behind ThermaClean has been widely accepted and in use throughout Europe since the early 1990s. Today, millions of homes in Europe benefit from similar cleaner-burning fuels.
What’s more, tests conducted by the world-renowned, independent laboratory TÜV in Germany showed a dramatic increase in burner cleanliness and efficiency when using the additives found in ThermaClean.
Keep in mind that ThermaClean was developed by Petro-Canada, the people who brought you SuperClean gasoline and WinterGas formulas for your automobile.Independent research showed:
When it comes to providing clean, environmentally responsible products and reliable service across the country, Petro-Canada and its local fuel suppliers are the people who truly understand the needs of Canadians — coast to coast.
- Immediate and continued improvement in combustion efficiency.
- Reduced waste of heating oil due to heat loss or inefficient combustion.
- Dramatic improvement in the cleanliness of heating systems.
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*After 500 hours of severe test conditions
What are some other advantages of using ThermaClean?
When soot builds up inside your furnace’s heat exchanger and chimney, it prevents heat from being efficiently distributed throughout your home. But ThermaClean produces much less soot than regular heating oil. It can extend the life of your heating system.
Reduced Fuel Consumption
Because it burns cleaner and more efficiently with less wasted heat, a furnace using ThermaClean may burn less oil than with regular oil — saving you money over the long term.**
Protect Your Oil Tank
Did you know that oil tanks can corrode from the inside out? ThermaClean also helps protect your oil tank because we’ve added an anti-corrosive ingredient that coats your tank with a protective film.
**Actual cleaning results may vary based on type, age and condition of furnace and furnace components.