Need advice .85 45 es nozzle vs .85 45 b

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Need advice .85 45 es nozzle vs .85 45 b

Hi , guys. I'm trying to replace oil nozzle in my furnace.The original is ,85 45 es, can't find it in store. Will ,85 45 B do the job? Thank you for any input.
 
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Also, I'm wondering if dirty nozzle can cause a black smoke out of chimney?
 
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check out this chart- it looks like the B is ok.

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Thank you, now it makes sense
 
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Nozzle Brands

In general you can replace a Hago ES with a Delavan B but once in a while you will get a burner/boiler combination that is really sensitive to a particular brand of nozzle. What is the make & model of the heater and burner. If I had to guess, I'd say it was a Burham or Crown boiler with a Beckett AFG burner equipped with an "L" head.
 
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