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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Cleetussnow, Nov 26, 2012.

  1. Cleetussnow

    Cleetussnow Member

    Oct 3, 2012
    Westchester, ny
    Anyone here burning these pellets? I have run a few bags, and so far delighted. They are good with heat and seem to be low ash, but I am not running them around the clock to really know the ash situation. Also these are the smallest pellets in my stash, at around 1/2 inch or less. I wonder how much that helps for a cleaner hotter burn.

    They are Oak, from a flooring mill. They seem to compare with cubex and are $1 cheaper per bag.

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  2. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

    Dec 30, 2008
    Northwestern CT.
    Burned some last season. Very good pellet IMHO Hot and clean, with low fines. Slightly dusty but not real bad. Very similar to the Turmans brand I really like as well. Turmans is also an all oak pellet.

    Size has nothing to do with the ash content or how clean a pellet burns. Small size will usually put more fuel to the fire and increase heat. Where the clean comes from is the fiber or lack of ash content in the fiber. Oak is one of the top fibers IMHO for making a nice clean burning pellet. Just my 2 nickles.
  3. The Ds

    The Ds Feeling the Heat

    Jan 29, 2012
    Western PA, USA
    We burnt 2 bags from a buck stove store locally here and,like J,were impressed with the temps,cleanliness of burn....235/ton cash and carry......we will definitely be getting more when we burn some of these liggies down...
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  4. Millsk

    Millsk Member

    Sep 12, 2011
    Eastern ct
    I'm interested to hear how fast you burn through a bag on a colder day (25 or below). I looked at these and the pellet seems very small to me. I figured they'd burn fast and I went with turmans.

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