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RW Beckett Corp. provides heating-oil industry’s 1st B100 UL-listed burner

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R.W. Beckett Corp. announced June 20 a milestone in support of the heating-oil industry’s drive to carbon neutrality.

The company is now shipping its Beckett® AF/AFG Oil and Renewable Fuels Burner with full Underwriters Laboratory listing for use with biodiesel blends up to 100 percent (B100).

The B100 UL listing further establishes R.W. Beckett as the leader in carbon-neutral solutions for the industry, the company stated.

Furthermore, the move is consistent with the company’s alignment with the Providence Resolution adopted by the liquid-fuel heating industry in 2019.

“We continue to expand our Tank-to-Flame™ system of renewable fuel products, enabling appliance manufacturers and liquid-fuel dealers to provide UL-listed, sustainable heating solutions to their customers today,” said Kevin Beckett, president and CEO.

“We remain the fastest carbon-reduction solution for the Northeast, while providing safe, reliable and affordable heat,” Beckett added.

“Collectively the B100 AF/AFG burner and the innovative GeniSys® 7565 120V Advanced Oil Burner Control designed to provide unparalleled diagnostics, deliver a viable solution to positively impact today’s ongoing legislative activities in support of our industry’s future,” he concluded.

The company first announced its intention to produce B100-compliant burners in late January at the Clean Fuels Conference in Tampa, Florida.

Prior to that, an update to UL 296 was published, which expanded its scope to include liquid-fuel-fired burners intended for use with biodiesel-blended heating oil with biodiesel concentrations between 20 percent and 100 percent.



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