What is a Heater PuffBack? Cleaning smoke damage, Heater Puffback in NJ, Soot damage in NJ, Smoke damage in NJ
What is a Heater PuffBack?
1) Definition of heating system puffback: a puffback at oil fired heating equipment is literally an explosion of un-burned oil in the combustion chamber of an oil-fired boiler, furnace, or water heater.
2) Depending on the quantity of oil that is ignited, the puffback can damage the boiler itself, may cause the flue vent connector (stackpipe) to become disconnected, and may blow soot throughout the building
3) The cause of this puffback explosion is the ignition of un-burned oil lying on or in the bottom of the heating appliance combustion chamber.
Before a catastrophic Heater puffback occurs, Make sure you have a HVAC Heater Tune Up and or an Inspection, of your Heating System.
Sometimes a Chimney or Vent, can be clogged, which is a Hazardous issue.
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