OMA's Mission
"To promote the growth and well being of the Oilheat industry by providing technical, education and related marketing support."
Who is OMA
OMA is an international trade association representing the manufacturers of oil heating equipment. Our primary goal is to promote the use of safe, efficient, reliable, clean burning Oilheat equipment.
OMA Members
Allanson, R.W. Beckett, Bosch, Carlin Combustion, Danfoss/Hago, Dettson, Energy Kinetics, Fariville Products, Field Controls, Fuel Management Services, Granby/Pensotti, Honeywell, Mitco (Sid Harvey), PB Heat, Roth Industries, Steinen, Suntec, Taco, Thermo Products, US Boiler, Wohler
Written on Oct, 01, 2018 by in , | Leave a comment

Please join us for our Fall 2018 Membership meeting on Thursday November 8th, 2018 Sheraton Hartford Hotel Bradley Airport Windsor Locks CT 10am – 3pm RSVP HERE  

Homeowners can expect lower heating prices both short and long-term. Homeowners who heat their houses with heating oil will see lower prices this winter and for the foreseeable future. Dramatic increases in production combined with ample and increasing inventories have driven the price of home heating oil down to levels not seen in years. Prices have dropped across the entire …

Written on Aug, 30, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

When customers expressed concerns about large minimum order quantities and limited offerings – the team in Mountainside, NJ got together to develop a plan on how to better serve the needs of their customers. The team used knowledge from customer surveys and word of mouth to outline a new structure that includes over 70 new standard stocked nozzles. The minimum …

Written on Mar, 17, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

John Batey, PE, will be representing OMA at the upcoming, March 25, 2015, NFPA-31 meeting where, among other issues, the discussion will focus on a proposed update regarding  changes in the standard for the Installation of Oil Burning Equipment. One key area of change includes the chapter on Air for Combustion and Ventilation. Changes are proposed for adding a requirement for testing houses …