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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by CygnusX1, Apr 26, 2014.
I saw Geneva pellets for $239/ton. I've never used these before. Are they decent pallets?
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I used them last season and was not happy with them...just my .02
They produce a lot of ash.Had to clean the stove every day when burning them.
Sadly, that was heard a lot this past season. Ok heat, but very ashy pellet.
Lots of fines and dust, and lots of ash!!
dusty dirty ashy pellets....
I used their Maine's Choice pellets (same pellet different bag?) and found them to be very ashy too. They were one of the hottest I burnt though.
I've been using Geneva's for 3 years since I installed my XXV. They've had good heat and have been emptying the ash pan about once a week which I didn't think was excessive. The only others I've tried in a pinch were from Tractor Supply and those burned really poorly.
Does the comparison data on this link seem fairly accurate....... Pellet Test Results
used geneva heat was ok But the dust was horrible wife considered getting rid of the stove because it made made such a mess of the house.
Ashy and always forming clinkers! Only pellet I've used that formed clinkers every day regardless of my habitual cleaning of my stove
I think Pallets is what they should be.
There are 4 different pellet companies in Maine.