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Lignetics Pellet wood fuel Pellets.

Lignetics quality control ensures that you are purchasing the best wood pellets, Pres-to-Logs® fire logs or fire starter available. We use only the finest, highest quality raw material available for our products. Lignetics Premium Wood Pellets and Pres-to-Logs® (presto logs) fire logs burn hotter, more efficiently and leave less ash than our competitors, which translates into several distinct benefits.

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  • Comment Link Elizabeth Cole Tuesday, 11 December 2012 22:09 posted by Elizabeth Cole

    We had Hamer pellets before we had Lignetics pellets. Hamer is by far a better pellet!! Very disappointed with Lignetics. It leaves more ash and more residue than Hamer did by far. Going back to Hamer. Can't wait till this stuff is gone.

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  • Comment Link Rich V Thursday, 29 November 2012 03:00 posted by Rich V

    I use a Eco-Aire Window Pellet Unit (USSC) - These pellets work, like Stove Chow - which is the benchmark by which I compare everything - these pellets perform about the same - same heat output and same ash build up, but I paid more money for them. I have to shut the stove down twice a day to empty my burn pot. Stays nice and warm in the house on the lowest stove setting even when down in the mid 20's outside.

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  • Comment Link Dave from RI Saturday, 13 October 2012 09:32 posted by Dave from RI

    Don't know why so many bad reviews. I feel like these pellets are middle of the road. Not as bad as infernos but not as good as turmans. The ash is not bad once a week give is the old quick clean. What also wasnt bad is the price 279.00 a ton

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  • Comment Link Lisa Lucci Saturday, 07 April 2012 03:04 posted by Lisa Lucci

    Very disappointed in these wood pellets. They do not start and when my stove finally gets them to start, my stove is mad at the time it takes and shuts down! I can not wait until they are gone and will NEVER buy them again!

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  • Comment Link Lester Boleyn Wednesday, 21 March 2012 19:49 posted by Lester Boleyn

    We've been using a Whitfield WP-7 free-standing pellet stove for 8 years. Lignetics is the best pellet we've used. I only empty the ash drawer 3 times a season while burning 2 Tons. Stove is usually cleaned once a week to push ashes into drawer and clean the glass. Never have had clinkers with any kind of pellets, so clinkers could be a stove or air problem. Our pellets come in white bags with red & yellow printing, made in WV, and say 100% hardwood sawdust. No complaints here.

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  • Comment Link Lester Boleyn Wednesday, 21 March 2012 19:47 posted by Lester Boleyn

    We've been using a Whitfield WP-7 free-standing pellet stove for 8 years. Lignetics is the best pellet we've used. I only empty the ash drawer 3 times a season while burning 2 Tons. Stove is usually cleaned once a week to push ashes into drawer and clean the glass. Never have had clinkers with any kind of pellets, so clinkers could be a stove or air problem. Our pellets come in white bags with red & yellow printing, made in WV, and say 100% hardwood sawdust. No complaints here.

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  • Comment Link Donna Rottengen Sunday, 04 March 2012 21:41 posted by Donna Rottengen

    I bought a ton of Lignetics with the green label over a month or so ago and was extremely disappointed. The dust was so bad I had to use a mask when I poured them into the stove. The ash build up was worse than the dust. I normally clean my Enviro insert stove every three days. I had to clean it just about every day when burning the Lignetics. They did produce pretty good heat, but not worth the mess.,
    I notified the company and they asked for the color of label. The e-mail said they would follow-up and get back to me. A month has gone by and I haven't heard a word. Not buying Lignetics and telling friends about my experience.

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  • Comment Link Kelly Saturday, 17 December 2011 12:39 posted by Kelly

    I have a harmen p68 pellet stove. I have been trying out various brands of pellets. Tried Stove Chow and thought it burned too quickly, the pellet sizes were small, the bag had lots of dust when pouring into the hopper and it created way too much ash. Tried Patriot brand and found the size and dust acceptable but they burned fast. Tried lignetics wood pellets (red bag) and found they have the largest size, burn hot but not too fast but create a lot of ash. These are just my observations. Still haven't figured out what too much ash build up in the pot actually is. Anyone?

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  • Comment Link Arleigh Sunday, 13 November 2011 06:24 posted by Arleigh

    Bought 10 bags of green printed Lignetics pellets last week for a test. Can't tell whether they're from this year or not; the only code I can find on the bag is 202 10 50. Anyway, they smell like 100% hardwood and burn the same way, with very little ash.

    Winslow PS40, owners manual cleaning cycles followed except more frequently on the burn pot and ash drawer.

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  • Comment Link julie Monday, 28 February 2011 16:47 posted by julie

    Purchased 3 tons of Presto Logs and can't wait until they are gone...worst pellet ever. Clinkers galore in an XXV and huge ash output. I would avoid if possible

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