Your local kerosene supplier
Cooke Fuels is one of the UK’s most trusted suppliers of kerosene. With our enormous buying power and years of experience in the industry, we’re able to get you the best price for the kerosene you require.
Here’s why you should trust us with your next kerosene order:
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Ready to place an order for kerosene from a heating oil supplier you can trust? Call us on 01282 775431 to discuss your requirements and for our team to give you a hard-to-beat kerosene quote.
A brief guide to Kerosene
What is kerosene?
Kerosene is a combustible hydrocarbon oil which is used as a heating fuel in domestic and commercial premises. Kerosene has a plethora of uses, including heating, cleaning and lighting. The term ‘kerosene’ was trademarked by the North American Gas Light Company in 1854. This meant they were the only firm allowed to use the term commercially. It has since been given a general trademark and can be used by anybody.
What is kerosene used for?
Kerosene is used for a wide range of applications including lighting, heating, cleaning and entertainment. In the UK, kerosene is primarily used as home heating oil and also as heating oil in commercial premises requiring low sulphur burning oil. Its clean-burn characteristics uphold a high heat production at cheaper prices. This makes it perfect for heating applications.
Facts about kerosene:
✔ It is widely known as heating oil and paraffin in the UK.
✔ As well as being used to heat your home, kerosene oil is used to fuel jet-engine aeroplanes and as a cleaning agent or solvent.
✔ To avoid being confused with similar fuels and oils, you will normally see kerosene fuel stored in a blue container.
✔ Before the widespread adoption of electricity, kerosene was used in lamps as a source of fuel for light.
How do I store kerosene?
You must store kerosene in a cool and dry area that’s well ventilated and away from direct sunlight. We provide tanks and storage facilities to enable you to store your kerosene safely to help avoid the risk of contamination.