Things you didn’t know

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Heating Oil

Litttle Known Heating Oil Facts In this month’s TYDK feature we take a look at some heating oil facts. As with our other TYDK features, this article has been written as both an informative piece and a handy guide to heating oil. We’ve tried to make this interesting to those of you who love your facts! Before we hit you with the facts, let us first give you a brief introduction to heating oil. What is heating oil, what is heating oil used for and how is heating oil produced? What Is Heating Oil? Heating oil is a fuel which is burnt in oil-fired boilers and furnaces. It’s similar to kerosene and is often used as an alternative. The only major…

Extraordinary Uses Of Fuels

In this month’s TYDK (Things You Didn’t Know), Nationwide Fuels takes a look at some of the most extraordinary uses of fuel. From setting world records to incredible life-saving missions, we’ll cover some unbelievable, yet brilliant and totally real, examples of fuel usage. How Is The Use Of Fuel Extraordinary? When you utter the word ‘fuel’, most people think of petrol or diesel and the worryingly empty tank in their vehicle. But, in actual fact, fuels vary widely across a plethora of applications and some of them, believe it or not, are quite interesting. TYDK aims to provide you with a fresh influx of information that we really don’t think you already know. So are you ready to be amazed…

9 Things You Didn’t Know About Kerosene

Hi and welcome to our first installment of ‘things you didn’t know’! This month we’ll be looking at some interesting kerosene facts. Each month, we’ll take a close look at one of our products or services and give you some facts and valuable information which we believe you won’t already know. It’s something we hope you’ll find interesting, helpful and entertaining. Before we begin, let us give you a brief introduction to kerosene. What is kerosene, what is kerosene used for and how is kerosene produced? What is Kerosene? Kerosene is a flammable liquid which is used in many industries and homes around the world as a fuel for light, heat and power. It is generally non-viscous and clear, however viscous substances…