Pellets How many?????

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Robzheat, Dec 3, 2007.

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  1. Bxpellet

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    2 tons have 1 ton left, New England and Some stuff from Home Depot 24/7 started in October
     
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    First post :cheese:

    So far I've burned about a 1/2 a ton in my Accentra. Just started using the 'Room Temp' mode and I'll guess this will cut my consumption way down. My stove is in the basement heating about 1000sq' give or take.

    2 years ago we went through 4 tons of pellets for the heating season (sept-april)as we tried using the stove for the heat solely in the house which totaly about 2800 sq'. We could keep a 18 deg C temp in the house up to -15 deg C outside. Pretty awesome.


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    I am near Fond du Lac -- I have a large load to carry - Smoking an old Traeger PB150 boiler to its limit and a little further!

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    How do you like the Lignetics? @ much per bag?? tks
     
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