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Lanair LogoFor thirty years, Lanair has been the leader in the waste oil fired heater industry. Lanair pioneered the industry in 1976 and has since grown into a modern, high tech-manufacturing facility focused year-around on building high quality, user friendly products.  Lanair waste oil-fired heaters and boilers are great products for customers that generate waste oil and need heat or hot water.

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Beat High Winter Fuel Costs

Fed up with high heating costs? As energy prices climb, waste oil heat is gaining popularity. Not only does waste oil heat reduce your heating bills, it also eliminates the cost to haul used oil off-site. Waste oil heaters usually pay for themselves in 12-18 months - and a warmer shop can lead to higher productivity. 500-1000 gallons is all the used oil you need to save thousands of dollars each year. They are perfect choice for garages, repair and transmission shops and any other business that generates used engine oil or transmission fluid.

We are now providing professional installation and support for Lanair heaters.  Call us Today and start saving!  Install a new Lanair heater or boiler before May 1st and save a $100 off of  the installation price.


Electic Heat:
3,415 BTU per K.W.H.
Cost per K.W.H. = $0.0.97
41.3 K.W.H. = 1 gal. waste oil
SAVE $4.01
in electricity costs for every gallon of waste oil you burn
Natural Gas Heat:
1,000 BTU per cubic feet
Cost per cubic feet = $0.017
141 cubic feet = 1 gal. waste oil
SAVE $2.33
in natural gas costs for every gallon of waste oil you burn
Propane Heat:
57,000 BTU per gallon
Cost per gallon = $1.482
2.5 gal. = 1. gal. waste oil
SAVE $3.71
in propane costs for every gallon of waste oil you burn
#2 Fuel Oil Heat:
140,000 BTU per gallon
Cost per gallon = $2.46
1 gal. = 1 gal. waste oil
Save $2.46
in #2 fuel oil costs for every gallno of waste oil you burn

NOTE: Above prices are based on Energy Information Administration Official Energy Statistics from the U.S. Government as of 10/31/05.  Actual prices may vary and are, especially for natural gas heat and oil heat, likely to be higher.