Welcome To Oilon

WELCOME TO OILON

 
Founded in 1961, we are a Finnish family-owned energy and environmental technology company.


We manufacture and sell

 
  • Burners and combustion systems for liquid and gaseous fuels in the capacity range of 1MMBTU - 300MMBTU
  • Scancool industrial heat pumps and cooling plants
  • Ground source heat pumps for heating houses
  • Solar heat collectors
 


Our products are used, for example, in power plants, waste incineration, marine boilers, district heating plants, for heating or cooling large buildings and facilities, and for heating private houses.

We specialise in environmental technology with a special emphasis on product research and development work. The main focus areas of our research and development are improving energy efficiency, decreasing emission levels, and developing new solutions using renewable energy sources.

We have production facilities in Finland, Russia, USA and China. In addition, we have sales offices in Russia, Brazil, and United States as well as resellers in more than 30 countries.


Oilon – the warm way.

c LC US C UL Listed UL Listed

News

Come and meet us at Heat&Power 2018 Exhibition at Moscow on October 23rd to 25th.It is the 3rd International exhibition of industrial boilers, heat exchange and power generation equipment.
2018-10-11
We’ve published a new product video named: Oilon ChillHeat Industrial Heat Pumps and Chillers. You can watch the ChillHeat video in Finnish or English from the links below
2018-09-26
Oilon supplies two large water chillers to Kaupinoja district cooling plant of Tampereen Sähkölaitos. The plant, located on the shore of Lake Näsijärvi, is Europe's largest district cooling plant based on lake-source cooling.  
2018-04-24

References

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The superiority of fluidized bed combustion

The world’s largest operating fluidized bed boiler is located in Poland in the Lagisza power plant, which opened in 2009. The burners of this boiler are Oilon’s mark. The title of the world’s largest fluidized bed boiler will move to Samcheok power plant South Korea in 2014, where Oilon will deliver 64 pcs start-up burners.