Cubex pellets

countk Posted By countk, Aug 18, 2009 at 4:40 AM

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  1. countk

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  2. HEMI

    HEMI
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    any info on these guys....friend of mine burns em and wont burn nothin else.
     
  3. jtakeman

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    100% Oak, Very clean and darn hot!

    One of the better hardwood pellets out there. 9000 BTU's. They have been kind of hard to find lately.

    jay
     
  4. HEMI

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    burn time in bristol has em....i think he said 290.00
     
  5. jtakeman

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    They will smoke your Ligs!

    See if they will sell you a few bags. While you are there Pick up a few bags of the Spruce Pointes and I just learned about the Sure Fires. Both Very Hot softwood Pellets. around 8700 BTU's.

    I promise you will like them all.

    jay
     
  6. HEMI

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    are the cubex hardwood?
     
  7. HEMI

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  8. Flammam

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    Where are you finding Cubex? I haven't seen any for the last 3 years. Best pellets I ever used.
     
  9. jtakeman

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    Hemi, Cubex are hardwood.

    Spruce Pointe and Shurefire are softwood.

    I will not steer you wrong! Please try all 3 brands. The person that told you to use hardwood, Probably has never tried a very good softwood pellet. They are thinking old school. Like the woodstove boys.

    Please trust me, Try them.

    jay
     
  10. HEMI

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    you got it jay, gonna take a ride in the morning and get em...thx
     
  11. HEMI

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    burn time in bristol, ct
     
  12. jtakeman

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    Get a good thermometer and do some temp comparisons. The back of your hand is close. But I will bet all 3 brands put very close numbers. Check against the ligs too!
     
  13. summit

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    If you fellas wanna take a drive to ME. we got'em... at 300/ton! between the cost of the pellets and the gas to get here, may not be very economicall for you, but your stove will sure burn clean!
     
  14. Utilitrack

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    Great pellets, best I've burned so far, but pricey.
     
  15. geek

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    hey hemi, stop by in Naugy and give me a ride.....lol

    When you go to BT in bristol you'll feel like a little boy in a candy store.....so many to choose...!!!!
     
  16. jtakeman

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    Hemi,

    Pick me up on the way by, Forget Geek. He will buy up all the good ones and leave us with zippo!(jk)

    I goofed on one brand its Purefire not Shurefire. Must be getting old and forgetful these days.

    jay
     
  17. geek

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    nah.....you and mac have all the pellets, I only have 3 tons in the cellar, just thinking of "maybe" getting an additional ton, and you know what I'm really considering the fireside ultras from home cheapo......not decided yet though.... :)
     
  18. WoodPorn

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    Get a good thermometer and do some temp comparisons. The back of your hand is close. But I will bet all 3 brands put very close numbers. Check against the ligs too![/quote]

    Where would you take the temp from? stove top/exhaust?
     
  19. HEMI

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    so i take it you had good results like i did with the firesides?
     
  20. jtakeman

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    From the stove heat exchanger. Let the stove warm up for at least an hour. Check temps every half an hour or so.
     
  21. geek

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    no, it wasn't cool enough last time and wont be today, maybe tonight, let's see.

    .
     
  22. HEMI

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    i just fired it up, still tryin to get these lignets to stay consistantly
     
  23. jtakeman

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    Hemi,
    Still waiting for you to come get me(JK).

    Did you make it over there? (probably still gazing at all them pellets!)
     
  24. sparkydog00

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    Cubex are the top pellet made by a company called Lauzon....they are manufacturers of hard wood floors...it is their way of dealing with the waste.
    Anyway...they are among the best hottest pellets out there.
    Around here...Stove Place in Shrewsbury...
     
  25. jtakeman

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    Taking a run there monday, I going to get some cubex and some Spruce's.

    Hemi,

    You try them yet??

    jay
     
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