HONEY BROOK, Pa. — Clean Energy Heating Systems, a designer and manufacturer of waste oil furnaces, announced that it is now offering a Wi-Fi thermostat that is compatible with its entire line of waste oil furnaces.

Clean Energy’s Wi-Fi thermostat gives facility managers the ability to turn on a waste oil furnace remotely, via a smartphone or tablet, without needing to be at the facility. Most waste oil furnaces on the market require the operator to manually turn on the furnace.

The Wi-Fi thermostat, paired with Clean Energy’s digital burner control, allows the waste oil furnace to be fired up via a mobile app, and to maintain the temperature level set via the digital control. Many waste oil furnaces on the market require the operator to start the furnace and input adjustments manually, leaving room for human error.

Clean Energy products come standard with digital burner controls. According to the company, these precise controls help ensure that the furnace will fire up every time and will always maintain the level requested by the operator. The digital burner control, in conjunction with the new Wi-Fi thermostat, makes starting a waste oil furnace as easy as tapping the screen on a smartphone or tablet.

Clean Energy Heating Systems, based in Honey Brook, Pennsylvania, manufactures waste oil furnaces and boilers that convert used petroleum products into free heat and hot water. Markets served include automotive and truck repair garages, fleet service centers, boatyards, and aviation repair facilities.

For more information, visit http://cleanenergyheatingsystems.com.

Publication date: 12/29/2015

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