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?water from furnace oil combustion?
« on: 23/04/2011 15:31:59 »
1 gal. of K2 [US] produces so much water as a result of combustion? any ratio would help........thanx


 

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?water from furnace oil combustion?
« Reply #1 on: 23/04/2011 15:42:19 »
It will be roughly a gallon.
How accurate an answer do you need?
 

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?water from furnace oil combustion?
« Reply #2 on: 23/04/2011 20:38:39 »
It will be roughly a gallon.
How accurate an answer do you need?
MASTER! i'll take ur word for it but if u feel like extrapolating , i might send u a rabbit that lays eggs & HAPPY EASTER+++WNS
 

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?water from furnace oil combustion?
« Reply #3 on: 24/04/2011 18:06:45 »
It will be roughly a gallon.
How accurate an answer do you need?
pardon my wannabee humor but uRE GREAT....coincidence=LPG, NG, & k2 COMBUST TO A 1-1 RATIO?
Iregaardless of the btu differences of the fuels?...vvv
 

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