Central New York's Premier Agricultural & Construction Equipment Dealer
6325 St. Hwy. 28 South  -  Oneonta NY 13820
Phone: (800) 842-9228
  Local: (607) 432-0891  Fax: (607) 432-0105


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From the largest industrial carbon customer
to the smallest home heat user, Blaschak Coal
Corporation desires to serve you.

Swantak Inc. has in stock both bulk and 40 lbs. bags of quality Blaschak Coal. LOCAL DELIVERIES OFFERED.

Anthracite can be your primary heat source, or it can supplement your current heating system through a stove or fireplace insert.

All of the anthracite used in the U.S. is produced domestically by American workers, mostly in Northeastern Pennsylvania. There are over seven billion tons of anthracite available for mining. It is a solidly proven fuel that can be shipped anywhere in North America. And, unlike oil and gas, its availability and pricing are not subject to international politics.

  • Convenient 
    Delivered pre-washed in 40-pound poly bags.

  • Economical 
    Produces more heat for less cost than any other environmentally responsible fuel.

  • Environmentally Friendly 
    Burns with virtually no smoke or emissions and does not contribute to acid rain.

Anthracite is an American-produced, clean-burning, smokeless fuel that's continuously warmer and costs less than other heating options. After switching to anthracite, many homeowners report saving up to 50% on their heating bills while gaining a more healthful and comfortable home.

As a fuel source, anthracite has many distinct advantages over its better-known alternatives-gas, oil, electricity, cord wood, wood pellets, and propane:

Quality Its even heat flow and high level of BTUs compared to other fuels, make anthracite the warmest, most steady, comfortable heat source available.

Convenient Anthracite is very different from coal-burning of the past. When anthracite is used as the primary source of heat in a home or business, its modernized furnaces with coal-feeding and ash removal systems require little effort by the consumer. About ten minutes a day during the coldest months is all it takes to tend the furnace.

For supplemental heating via a coal stove or fireplace insert, anthracite is much easier to use than cord wood. Unlike a wood stove which needs to be refilled every 6 to 12 hours, a modern anthracite stove heats evenly without tending up to 36 hours.

To make things even simpler, Blaschak Coal Corporation packages anthracite in clean 40-pound, poly bags. These bags have a convenient handle and are ideal for use with coal stoves.

Another bonus with anthracite is that there is very little ash to be disposed of with no creosote build-up in the chimney. Unlike wood-burning fireplaces or stoves, annual stove maintenance is minimal and in most cases is provided as a service by the dealer

Environmentally Sound
Anthracite's low sulfur and high carbon content makes it an extremely clean-burning fuel. It produces virtually no smoke or polluting emissions, a major problem with wood and wood pellet-burning stoves. In fact, it is a good alternative to wood stoves where wood burning is restricted due to air pollution problems.

Today, nearly all anthracite is mined from previously mined and damaged sites which were abandoned many years ago. After remining is completed, the areas are reclaimed and restored to pre-mined condition. Grass and trees are planted and wildlife returns to the area.

Even the small quantities of ash left over from burning anthracite can be used. The ash is excellent for aerating soil and as anti-skid material for icy driveways and walkways. In fact, many municipalities collect anthracite ash from industrial users, saving taxpayers thousands of dollars per year.

Economical
Heat is measured in BTUs or British Thermal Units. Using this measurement as a comparison, the cost of anthracite can be significantly lower than gas, oil, electricity, cord wood, wood pellets, or propane.

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Swantak Inc. has in stock both bulk and 40 lbs. bags of quality Blaschak Coal.
LOCAL DELIVERIES OFFERED.


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Joseph Swantak Inc.
6325 St. Hwy. 28 S. Oneonta NY 13820

Phone: (800) 842-9228  Local: (607) 432-0891  Fax: (607) 432-0105
swantakinc@swantak.com

 

 

We sell and service Yanmar excavators, Yanmar backhoe loaders the full line of Ferris zero turn and walk behind lawnmowers, Mustang skidsteers, and Mahindra tractors with loaders and backhoes. We are also proud to provide a full line up of attachments to get any job done.  For our costumer's heating needs we sell Central Boiler outdoor wood furnaces, Keystoker coal boilers with all the hydronic parts and piping needed to install the units. Between our helpful staff and quality Yanmar, Mustang, Ferris and Mahindra products we are sure to provide you with many years of service.

Oneonta, NY, Otsego Co., Delaware Co., Upstate NY, Ferris Mowers, lawn mower repair, tractor attachments, backhoe, skid-steer loaders, skidders, bucket loaders, tree spades, compact tractors, PTO generators, Material Handlers, Trenchers, dump trailers, gooseneck trailers, car carriers, outdoor wood furnaces, coal furnace, tractors, farm implements, tractor attachments, Snapper mowers, excavators, mini excavators, tri-fuel generators, hay equipment, landscaping racks, lawn mower parts, bulldozers, heavy equipment repair

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