Energex 60/40 blend?

ctjames Posted By ctjames, Apr 1, 2017 at 3:59 PM

  1. ctjames

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    These are out of Canada, my dealer will be getting some in. They are 60% softwood 40% hardwood. Wondering if anyone has burned these and how they perform.

    All I've ever burned are Hamers so far...

    Thanks!
     
  2. Tonyray

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    I have burned the Energex hardwoods and the Energex Golden Pellet hardwoods but never did the blend.
    I do burn Hamers here .. very hot but more ash than I like.. 60% Softwood has to be a Plus..>>
     
  3. ctjames

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    Yes, that's the downside of the Hamers. I've been looking forward to trying some softwood so maybe I'll try some of these. I should have gotten Blazers last year when I had the chance! Though at $210/ton early buy right now it will be hard not to stock up on more Hamers ==c
     
  4. Tonyray

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    Great price for Hamers!!!
    pretty much the only hardwoods i buy are Hamers.
    everything else is Softwoods... do like the lower ash of Softies..
     
  5. Orson_Yancey

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    Hi, I have burned these in the Nature's Own bags as purchased from Lowe's. The Nature's Own bags
    coming in from the Canadian plant are the 60%SW/40%HW. An excellent pellet. I love them.
     
  6. Joey_C

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  7. JRemington

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    I've been burning these in our showroom and really like them. The other pellet we sell are Cubex and the Energex don't leave clinkers in the burn pot.
     

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