Matra Premium Softwood Pellets

Lerxst Posted By Lerxst, Sep 12, 2018 at 4:34 PM

  1. Lerxst

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    Anyone have experience with these?

    For the past 2 years I have been using Platinum Pellets (from Canada)

    Matra is a soft wood from Maine. I'm having a tough time finding customer reviews. Figured I'd check here.
     
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  2. doghouse

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    How much a ton? Where in Maine? Been burning for 13 years and I'd use softwood in a heart beat; providing they were reasonably priced.
     
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  3. Lerxst

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    I am in RI, I don't have many options as to where I can buy from. I do have someone that would let me borrow a trailer to pick up, but I prefer that my pellets get delivered, so that cuts my options further. I can get these Matra pellets for $289 a ton, most likely on 1.2 ton pallets. I would get 3, for a total of 3.6 tons. I consider this reasonable for my area. Oh yeah $60 delivery fee for the whole order.
     
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  4. rich2500

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    Being a White Pine pellet I would think they will burn good My favorite pellet is AWF white pines.
     
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  5. Lerxst

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    Thanks rich
    I went with a friends recommendation, and bought 4 tons of "Down East" pellets also from Maine.
    I use a Harman P43 it can usually burn anything.
     
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