Property heating

The PARI Fuel Oil Additive enhances the burning of fuel oil and improves energy efficiency, which in turn decreases properties' heating expenses. By using PARI, you can decrease the heating expenses of, for example, fuel oil heated barns, piggeries, stables, and other domestic animal shelters by up to 40%! In addition to the savings, PARI also helps to keep clean the boiler, burning system, and chimney significantly longer.


By using the PARI Fuel Oil Additive, you can decrease the oil consumption of diesel engines by a few per cent. PARI also improves the reliability of secondary and auxiliary heaters and decreases omissions.

Using the PARI additive is completely safe. However, the material safety data sheet must be taken into account when handling the additive. Our product does have liability insurance. However, it has never been needed.

Grain dryers

Using PARI makes the oil burner's flame clearer and reduces smoke. When the temperature of the drying air increases by a few degrees, the amount of the drying air can be increased by opening the drying air throttle. This is done either by hand or through automation. Shortening the drying time decreases oil consumption by approximately 40%.

  • In two-flame burners, the auxiliary jet runs for a shorter time, which decreases consumption, but does not shorten the drying time.
  • In thermostat-controlled grain drying (using the same exit temperature) and in hydrostat-control grain drying (using the same hydrostat settings), the dried grain is drier than ist was previously.

The increase of the drying capacity, achieved by using PARI, can be utilised to shorten the drying time, which saves the most energy in oil and in electricity. When drying seed grain, however, take into account the drying air temperature ranges that are most suitable for drying seed grain.


Thanks to PARI, the overall energy consumption of the greenhouse can be decreased by more than 40% while crops keep growing. Read more on our Greenhouses page »

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