A key component of the heating system. A burner mixes air with a fuel, usually gas or fuel oil, and combusts it in order to generate heat. Modern technical developments in combustion control have reduced the resultant emission levels to a minimum and greatly increased the amount of useable heat produced.
The burner motor is supplied with electrical energy to drive the fan, which is used to feed air into the burner. The motor on an oil burner also drives the oil pump. Weishaupt can absolutely guarantee the quality of this critical component, as they have been manufacturing their own high-quality electric motors in-house for decades.