New England pellets

Capt Bill Posted By Capt Bill, Mar 9, 2008 at 3:47 AM

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  1. Capt Bill

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    Does anyone know what the differance is between the New England pellets in the tan bag and the pellets in the green bag. Some frends and I found that the Tan bag left the stove door glass black. The green seams much better. Has anyone had any experance?
     
  2. mkmh

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    The tan are hardwood, green is softwood.
    I have burned several tons of the hardwood and they are pretty good pellets. You may get some clinker build-up in your burn pot with these. Not terrible, but the last ton of NE Hardwoods the build-up was considerable.
    I have heard nothing but good things about teh New England softwood pellets. Clean hot burn, low fine content, very high quality pellet.

    Always best to buy and try 5-10 bags of pellets before making a larger purchase. Individual (stove) results can vary quite a bit.
     
  3. hyip1206

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    The NEWP hardwoods are the best pellets that I have tried. I have to actually turn my stove because they burn so hot. Great product !
     
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