For residential oil burners most use an oil filter canister (the can that holds the filter) such as the General Filter Model 1A-25A.
Another common oil burner nozzle pattern is the Type W nozzle that is "in between" a hollow-cone and a solid-cone spray pattern.
All flame retention burners have a more solid (right down the center) air pattern.
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Wait until your oil furnace is completely cool before attempting to troubleshoot your ignitor.
SPRAY NOZZLE ; Mainly used on burners with a hollow cone air pattern and for throughputs up to 2.
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A residential gun-type burner normally requires a oil 80 - 130 psi oil pressure.
The droplet distribution is concentrated on the outside of the cone and results in good ignition and low-noise combustion.
Actual dimensions are 20 1/4 x 25 3/8 x 5 1/4.