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How much does a pilot light burn?

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How much gas does a pilot light use?

Keeping my heating system switched off for a full week recently, I was able to measure the amount of gas used by the boiler's pilot light. The digits on the meter changed by 1 unit over a period of 7 days. The boiler is a 15+ year-old Glow-worm Mk 2. Perhaps more modern boilers are less wasteful?

How much propane does a pilot light burn per hour?

.02 gallons. A pilot uses roughly 15 gallons of propane per month. Take 15 gallons, divide it into 30 days = 0.5 gallons a day. Divide that answer by 24 = .020833 gallons per hour.

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form_title=Boiler System Repair form_header=7043 Please describe the type of boiler system which needs repairing*= () Natural gas fired () Propane gas fired () Oil fired () Electric fired How would you describe the nature of the problem? (Select all that apply)*= [] Gas smell [] Power failure [] No heat in one location [] No heat in all locations [] Cracked radiator [] Leaky radiator [] Leaky boiler [] Pilot light out on boiler [] Broken baseboard radiator cover [] Radiant heat pump not functioning [] Hammering noise in radiator [] Too much heat in some locations [] Annual/Preventative Maintenance

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How do you light the pilot on a atlanta superflame?

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Does an oil furnace have a pilot light?

Well, the answer is "yes and no". A True oil FURNACE or BOILER does NOT not normally have a 'pilot light". Instead, they have some type of electrical ignition system. In the past--this was accomplished with an "iron" type of transformer that increased the 120 volt line voltage to 6-10 thousand volts, enough to cause a spark to jump across a pair of electrodes mounted above the "nozzle" where the oil sprays out of.This spark would ignite the oil and a very intense , hot flame would then shoot out into the combustion chamber--producing the heat, which in turn heated air or water to heat the building. This is only active when the furnace is on, and so--no oil is wasted to keep a pilot lit, as in a gas furnace with a pilot. Nowadays--the oil is still lit by a spark across electrodes, BUT the inefficent, heavy, sometimes unreliable 'iron" transformer is being replaced by an "electronic ignitor" which contains a transformer, BUT it is powered by an electronic "switching supply" circuit, resulting in MUCH more voltage-14 to 20K volts, and using a LOT less AC power to do this. So--no most oil burners do NOT have a pilot light, like a gas furnace sometimes does. BUT--I HAVE seen , many years ago, oil fueled "space heaters" which DID use a pilot flame. These do NOT normally have a pump like a normal furnace, ad depend on gravity to feed the oil to the burner. The pilot functioned the same way that a gas furnace pilot does--but probably had a wick-type element to be able to burn-like a kerosene heater does.

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