Burning the Edens

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Branson4720, Feb 4, 2012.

  1. Branson4720

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    Burning Hunk

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    The Edens burned just OK. Gritty ash, dirtier glass, multi-colored weird flame......but very high heat. For the price they'll heat your home year round for cheap money (with extra cleanings). If Eden Pellet Co. would double- screen the fuel for dust and fines I might consider another purchase. :blank:
     

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  2. jtakeman

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    Did you score them at LPP? Not one dealer near me has them, LPP said I could stop by for a sample. But to far and too bust lately. Glad you posting so we can see what's up with them. Does look like there's a few long buggers in there.
     
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    isn't it funny they ALL are marked PREMIUM....
     
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    No, my local dealer friend gave them to me to test out. There were definitely a few long ones in there....but the Accentra ate them up just fine. :)
     
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