Oil Pumps

93 Produkte

    93 Produkte
    Danfoss Red Cartidge Filter + O-Ring BFP 071N0064-Fuel Pump
    Danfoss Red Cartidge Filter BFP Diamond - 071N0064
    Danfoss
    £3.50
    Danfoss Bypass Screw For BFP Pumps 071N0041
    Danfoss
    £7.50
    Reduziert
    Danfoss BFP Pump Replacement Filter - 071N0063-Fuel Pump
    Danfoss BFP11 Pump Drum Type Filter - 071N0063
    Danfoss
    Sonderpreis £9.99 Normaler Preis £16.00 Sparen 38%
    Riello Pump Seal
    Riello RDB Oil Pump Seal - 3020443
    Riello
    £24.10
    Danfoss BFP Replacement Coil T85 - 071N1006
    Danfoss
    £24.30
    Danfoss BFP Valve Housing Stem - 071N0050-Fuel Pump
    Danfoss BFP Valve Housing Stem - 071N0050
    Danfoss
    £28.35
    Danfoss BFP Replacement Coil 110v - 071N0061
    Danfoss
    £30.34
    Danfoss BFP Replacement Coil 24v - 071N0062
    Danfoss
    £30.34
    Nuway/ Bn11311108 Thermal Overload - Fuel Pump
    Nuway BN11311108 Thermal Overload
    Nuway
    £34.22
    Suntec AN 77A 7255-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AN 77A 7255
    Suntec
    £64.71
    Danfoss BFP 20 R3 Oil Pump - 071N7169
    Danfoss
    £64.99
    Suntec AS 67B 7449-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AS 67B 7449
    Suntec
    £65.00
    Danfoss BFP20 071N7168 Oil Pump
    Danfoss BFP 20 L3 Oil Pump - 071N7168
    Danfoss
    £68.99
    Danfoss BFP10 R3 Oil Pump - 071N7253
    Danfoss
    £69.99
    SUNTEC AT355C 9550 2P Oil Pump
    Suntec
    £71.55
    Suntec AJ6 CE 1002 Oil Pump-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AJ6 CE 1002 Oil Pump
    Suntec
    £72.32
    Danfoss BFP 20 R5 Oil Pump - 071N7129
    Danfoss
    £75.79
    Danfoss BFP 41 071N8213 Oil Pump
    Danfoss BFP 41 L3L Oil Pump - 071N8213
    Danfoss
    £75.84
    Danfoss BFP21 L3 071N7156
    Danfoss BFP 21 L3 Oil Pump - 071N7156
    Danfoss
    £77.25
    Danfoss BFP11 R3 L+R 071N7155
    Danfoss BFP 11 R3 Oil Pump - 071N7155
    Danfoss
    £77.25
    Danfoss BFP 071N7141 Oil Pump
    Danfoss BFP 11 L3 L1 Oil Pump - 071N7141
    Danfoss
    £77.25
    Danfoss BFP 21 R3 Oil Pump - 071N7157-Fuel Pump
    Danfoss BFP 21 R3 Oil Pump - 071N7157
    Danfoss
    £77.25
    Suntec AN 47C 7328-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AN 47C 7328
    Suntec
    £77.39
    Suntec AN 47C 7368-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AN 47C 7368
    Suntec
    £77.39
    Suntec AE 47C 7568-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AE 47C 7568
    Suntec
    £78.50
    Riello RDB Oil Pump 20030953-Fuel Pump
    Riello RDB Oil Pump - 20030953
    Riello
    £79.80
    Suntec AN 47D 7219-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AN 47D 7219
    Suntec
    £80.06
    Suntec AN 57C 7282-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AN 57C 7282
    Suntec
    £81.81
    Suntec AN 67C 7242-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AN 67C 7242
    Suntec
    £85.04
    Suntec AN 67A 7345-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AN 67A 7345
    Suntec
    £85.04
    Danfoss BFP 21 L5 Oil Pump - 071N7172-Fuel Pump
    Danfoss BFP21L5 Oil Pump - 071N7172
    Danfoss
    £86.50
    Suntec A2L 65C 9704-Fuel Pump
    Suntec A2L 65C 9704
    Suntec
    £90.05
    Suntec At245D 95842P0540 Oil Pump - Fuel Pump
    Suntec AT2 45D 95842P0540 Oil Pump
    Suntec
    £93.56
    Suntec AS 47A 7564-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AS 47A 7564
    Suntec
    £97.31
    Suntec AS 47A 7432-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AS 47A 7432
    Suntec
    £97.31
    Suntec AS 47C 1582-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AS 47C 1582
    Suntec
    £97.31
    Suntec AS 47C K 7451-Fuel Pump
    Suntec AS 47C K 7451
    Suntec
    £97.31
    Suntec A2L 95D 9702-Fuel Pump
    Suntec A2L 95D 9702
    Suntec
    £99.99
    Danfoss 070H0104 Valve
    Danfoss
    £99.99
    Danfoss BFP 21 R5 Oil Pump - 071N7173
    Danfoss
    £100.00

    Oil Pumps for Industrial and Domestic Burners

    Oil fired burners require an oil pump. The oil pump runs for several seconds at startup (usually on the low-pressure side of the pump) to purge the boiler of any unwanted gases. After a preset period, a solenoid valve opens on the high-pressure side of the pump to allow oil to be fed to the nozzle, which is designed to atomise the oil to the smallest droplets possible where it is mixed with the incoming forced air from the fan. At this point the atomised fuel is ignited, providing the flame inside your burner.

    In a similar way to a car, the pump needs to be serviced regularly to work at its best. Nozzles, filters and coils will need to be replaced from time to time. We sell complete pumps, and the servicable items.

    Which Pump Do I Need?

    On a heating plant, many different types of pumps are used, their common task is to move liquid. The design and method of operation of a pump will depend partly on the volume of oil it must deal with and partly on how much pressure the pump must yield. There are many different types of fuel pump for different purposes including, Centrifugal Pumps, Piston Pumps and Gear Pumps

    Need Assistance?

    If you are unsure which pump you require, or you require larger quantities of Oil pumps, please call us. If you are unsure as to which Fuel Pump you require, please call the office and we will be happy to assist you.

    Kerosene Oil tank

    Why do oil burner pumps fail? 

    Oil burner fuel pumps are often the main cause of a broken down burner. We have heard many a story of disgruntled customers complaining to the installer or engineer that the new burner shouldn't break down this soon! The cause? Usually dirty or contaminated oil, or water in the oil. The pumps are lubricated by the fuel passing between the gears, if this contains pure oil, perfect, but if the oil is contaminated with water, this causes all sorts of issues mainly within the pump.


    1. Checking your oil pump

    Oil Pump Servicing

    The easiest way to check your existing pump for contamination is to isolate the oil supply and remove the pump. If when you open it up you see any brown 'gunk' or signs of rust, you more than likely have water ingress in your fuel. 

    If there are no signs of sludge or rust, the pump may have failed mechanically in which case providing it is within the warranty period, it may be liable for replacement or repair.

    2. Identifying the cause

    Oil and Water in a burner pump

    The water usually enters the pump at source, ie in your tank. This may not be through direct means, ie a leaky tank; rather its usually through condensation. Any air that gets into the top of the tank, when it is being refilled, or passing the seal will contain moisture. When the temperature drops the moisture condenses and ends up in your oil. A few droplets don't cause too much of a problem, but over time these accumulate and eventually damage the pump.

    3. Keeping my oil clean

    Refilling Oil Tank

    There are a few simple steps that can help with this. The simplest is to fit a drain tap to the tank that feeds your oil pump. This will allow you to drain off any water that has accumulated.

    A water trap or filter can be added to the feed too, this will need to be emptied regularly.

    On larger Industrial and commercial installs, a tank dryer is usually a far better preventative.This will as the name indicates ensure that all air above the oil is dry. 


    Need more help with your Burner Oil Pump?

    If you require any help with your oil pump selection, or need a little technical assistance with an existing oil pump, please get in touch and we will do our best to help.

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