Air blowing fan and high-pressure oil injection ensure the reliability of the Rexener PR200 water heater oil burner in all conditions.
The oil burner and the electric components of the Rexener PR200 water heater are protected inside the heater’s casing. The design of the oil burner, the electronics that control it and the fuel tank take into account the Nordic weather conditions.
The oil burner fan supplies air to the combustion chamber into which fuel is injected. It is ignited by a lighter controlled by the electronics of the device.
The thermal energy of the oil is utilized to heat the water contained in the piping inside the heater. Efficient and precisely controlled combustion can utilize virtually 100% of the energy contained in the fuel oil, which means that the Rexener PR200 water heater produces no particulate emissions or carbon monoxide. In principle, the exhaust will only produce harmless carbon dioxide.
Because all the energy contained in the oil can be utilized as heating power, the efficiency of the Rexener water heater is high, which means low fuel consumption.
The exhaust pipe (chimney) supplied with the heater ensures a very low sound level and safety. The hot flame of the oil burner is effectively protected inside the unit and the low temperature of the exhaust gases emitted from the exhaust pipe poses no risk of fire. The “chimney hat” at the end of the exhaust pipe also protects the burner from damage caused by air pollutants and moisture.