Produced by Total, Glowmax is a kerosene based product which is suitable for domestic oil fired heating and cooking installations. Total claim that Glowmax can improve the reliability of oil fired systems, as the product affords greater protection to oil installations, than traditional heating fuels.
In particular, Glowmax is claimed to reduce soot formation and charring, whilst copper fuel lines benefit from greater protection against corrosion. The company claims that users may experience enhanced system performance, greater combustion efficiency and reduced maintenance call outs and charges.
The fuel has already been tried, tested and approved by Aga.
Nicola Greaves, Total Butler’s Marketing Manager says, “We have developed Glowmax to ensure customers obtain the best possible performance from their home heating and cooking systems and to help reduce maintenance costs.
“For homes in the North and the South East that depend on fuel for heating and cooking, it’s essential that their system is working effectively, especially as the colder weather begins to set in. Everyone should check they have enough fuel to last through the cold months and make sure an order is placed in good time if additional fuel is required.”
With the weather now noticeably on the turn, Total Butler is expecting increased demand for Glowmax and has issued these practical tips as a reminder to homeowners and householders to ensure a smooth and timely delivery of fuel.
1. Try and plan your order so as not to leave it to the last minute
2. Be sure to advise of any special delivery requirements so the correct size tanker is sent to you
3. Ensure that driveways are kept clear for easy access to the fuel tank
4. Ensure your pets are kept safely inside the house while the delivery is taking place
Nicola adds, “We are very proud to be the distributors of Total Glowmax. We are always working harder to provide our customers with more, and Glowmax allows us to offer a high quality product that gives all our domestic customers, even those who do not have an Aga, a more efficient system.”