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Kerosene or Gas Oil? How to tell
Have you moved into a house and wondered what type of heating oil you are supposed to put in the tank? Luckily the answer is relatively straightforward. You usually have a choice between two products: Kerosene or Gas Oil.
The number of different names for Kerosene means often times it can be confusing trying to figure out the exact oil type you need. Kerosene for example is also known as Jet A1 Kero, Standard Kero, 28 second oil and more generically, just “Home Heating Oil”. The vast majority of modern home heating systems use Kerosene to fire their oil boiler.
Kerosene is the most popular form of domestic heating oil in Northern Ireland, being widely used in oil-fired boilers and cookers. Here at emooil.com, we provide competitive kerosene prices for you to take advantage of. Our easy to use and accurate instant quote system (see top left of this page) allows you to view our Kerosene prices for delivery direct to your home. Simply select your preferred delivery option and complete the online secure checkout process.
Some households and commercial customers use Gas Oil to heat their homes, their business and also for non-road vehicles. This is why emooil.com sells gas oil as an alternative home heating fuel. In Northern Ireland it gets dyed red to differentiate it from Diesel, it is also known as Red Diesel, 35 second oil and MGO (Marked Gas Oil).
Please note that we do not do through house deliveries.