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crabbe wood pellets on pei

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by granville, Jan 30, 2012.

  1. granville

    granville New Member

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    Found them at Illsely's feed supply for 4.85 a bag.....seems like a good pellet for a great price.

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  2. granville

    granville New Member

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    So after using crabbe pellets for a week in my harman advance.....ash is very puffed up,like its full of air but there is not as many fines as canwick or eastern embers. It seems to burn as hot as eastern embers with less dust. The canwicks are very hot but produce a lot of fine ash and the longest burning of the three ....just my observations this being my first winter burning pellets.
  3. granville

    granville New Member

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    So after using crabbe pellets for a week in my harman advance.....ash is very puffed up,like its full of air but there is not as many fines as canwick or eastern embers. It seems to burn as hot as eastern embers with less dust. The canwicks are very hot but produce a lot of fine ash and the longest burning of the three ....just my observations this being my first winter burning pellets.
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    granville New Member

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    Does anybody else use crabbe pellets???
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    granville New Member

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    or what do fellow martimers use for pellets?
  6. Ogilvy

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    I've been burning Crabbes and canawicks all winter. The stove does what i need it to do with them. Haven't tried many others but at $4.49 a bag for the crabbes i have not seen a need. Some of my co-workers burn the crabbes and are happy with then. They had also tried a few bags of Granules (not positive on the name....) that walmart were selling, they were okay as well. Trebios were /are available at walmart too, they produce quite a bit of ash but burn okay in my harman.
  7. StuartQF

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    I burn Crabbe pellets - I can actually see where they are produced from my kitchen window.

    I'm pleased with them, and expect to buy more next season.

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