Did Hamer's turn in to a poor pellet?

t5eu9eb7 Posted By t5eu9eb7, Sep 22, 2018 at 11:44 PM

  1. t5eu9eb7

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    I have been burning 7-8 tons of Hamer's a year for the past few years. Last year they seemed to leave a lot more ash and they definitely required a lot more frequent cleaning of the heat exchanger. Did I just get a bad batch? Any suggestions?

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  2. Sodbuster

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    I'd call them directly and pose the same question them, as you did to us. Sometimes companies change things in hopes of saving some money, and unless they hear negative feedback from long term customers like you they may not even realize there's a problem.
     
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  3. Tonyray

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    They do leave a heavy coarse ash from what I have burned.
     
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  4. PelletPirate

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    I stopped burning them 2 years ago but they were going down hill for me. That's why I switched.
     
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  5. t5eu9eb7

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    I need to find another brand. It is a shame. I liked to buy from my local feed store and support the small business but they only carry Hamer's.
     
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