When Should You Use Premium Heating Oil Additives?

When Should You Use Premium Heating Oil Additives?

As winter approaches and the need for good quality heating becomes more of a necessity, we have a wide variety of heating additives for use domestically and in environments sensitive to fuel odours. 

Our domestic fuel products are available on our website, they consist of premium heating oils which can come with a cherry fragrance if desired.

Application Of Our Fuel Additives:

The correct application of these fuel additives can be beneficial against fuel degradation, the corrosion of metal storage tanks and associated pipework, the adverse effect of fuel interaction with copper containing fittings and pipework and serves to inhibit the build of deposits in storage tanks. 


There are many features that can help in the current cost of living and fuel crisis we face currently:

-Lowers carbon emissions

-Stabilises fuel which increases its shelf life

-Inhibits sludge formation

-Reduces deposit build up around nozzles and on heat exchanger surfaces

-Reduces service problems

-Improves system efficiency

-Has a fresh fuel fragrance (fragranced version)

When To Use:

Upon purchasing one of our premium fuel additives you will want to know when to use it.  Our fuel additives are primarily used by farmers and people who keep high quantities of fuel around. Due to this, one of the instances you would want to use this product is when you have fuel stored for a period longer than 4 months as fuel will start to have an effect on the container it is in and the fuel itself, as well as this you want to use it on the fuel filters plug. If you also get excessive soot deposits in the heat exchange chamber then this product could be an essential purchase for you. If you have a desire to optimise fuel combustion and efficiency  as well as when the environment around you is “fuel smell” sensitive then our Premium Heating Oil additives could be just for you.

All of our exocet branded products are available in a range of sizes up to 1,000 litres. 

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