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Best Pellets 2017-2018 So Far!

Rocky Mountain Pellets

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Rocky Mountain Super Premium Pellets

Rocky Mountain Pellet out of Walden, Colorado. These pellets have low enough ash (less than 1/2 of 1%) to be classified as super premium, a new standards category defined by the Pellet Fuels Institute.

Commitment to Quality
Rocky Mountain Pellet Company is a pellet company first. We founded our company to produce the finest pellets in the industry. Most other pellet manufactures started their business as a side line to rid themselves of waste. Pellets are not their main focus.

Latest Test Results
Super Premium Qualification Our Results
Bulk Density 40-46% 44.70%
Fines <0.5% 0.16%
Ash 0-0.5% 0.35%
Moisture <=6% 3.99%
BTU/lb 8421

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31 comments

  • Comment Link Terry Sanders Thursday, 31 December 2015 03:09 posted by Terry Sanders

    These are the worst pellets that I have ever burned. I bought them because of the price, I guess that it what you get for being cheap. They are very LOW HEAT. I have been using pellets for heat for the past 6 years, buy far the worst pellets that I have ever burned. Can't wait until I have burned them up ad go back to using TINY EMBERS made in my home state of New Mexico USA. Don't get burned and buy these pellets they are JUNk!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Comment Link Rich Porter Wednesday, 20 May 2015 02:21 posted by Rich Porter

    The last two year quality has dropped to "0'. This year i try, and buy anything other than Rocky Mountain. I is disappointing on several levels.... with the amount of bettle kill in this state, the in ability for someone to create a decent product is sad. I am buying pellets from ID and WV.

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  • Comment Link David Monday, 02 February 2015 20:40 posted by David

    This is my first year with Rocky Mountain Pellets. They don't put out much heat but they make for that with ASK...lots of it. I emailed them a letter and there was no response. I have been using New Earth up until this year, and will switch back as soon as I can dump this stuff in the yard.

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  • Comment Link eric Saturday, 24 January 2015 19:58 posted by eric

    I have a king pellet stove.somerset burn the best and hottest . tried easy heat that was a mistake. Low heat an always cleaning the stove do to soot build up . never had such problems before. Call and try to speak to a person in charge an operator puts you to a voice mail. Wasted money.

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  • Comment Link Chris Saturday, 24 January 2015 16:07 posted by Chris

    This year I decide to try Rocky Mountain pellets and very disappointed of the results. The pellets do not burn very well and lots of ash. For years I had no problems burning other brands of pellets in my Danson till I tried this brand. This year I learn a costly lesson and will never buy Rocky Mountain pellets again.

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  • Comment Link margareteversole Monday, 05 January 2015 00:15 posted by margareteversole

    We are so disappointed with the Rocky Mountain Pellets this year. This year, like last, many of the pellets were wet and hard in the bag. I won't complain about clinkers from the other manufacturers now that I've seen just how big a clinker can be. I have tongs by the stove to clean them out. Some are as big as my fist, no joke. We use the Quadra fire pellet stove and love it.

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  • Comment Link Michael D Guffey Friday, 24 January 2014 22:03 posted by Michael D Guffey

    i have a lopi pellet stove and have burned the rocky mt. pellet the last 3 years. the first 2 years the pellet were great, this year they are terrible. they look more like sawdust and i have to clean the stove every other day. i called them to ask about the problems with the pellet and found out that the original owners sold out to Confluence Energy. the lady i talked to explained that they had a bad batch with high moisture get out and make no offer to comp me for the 2 tons i bought. @ $240.00 a ton i am upset. i will switch back to new earth next year

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  • Comment Link Ken and Jinx Spangler Wednesday, 04 December 2013 17:35 posted by Ken and Jinx Spangler

    We have used these pellets for a few years. Had very little ash. This year we have a lot of ash. Our stove has been cleaned two times this season so far. We have an Englander stove. It is 5 years old. Any suggestions ? My brother in-law changed brands this year and wanted us to because they were $40.00 cheaper a pallet. I don't like the brand he got because they have to much ash.
    Thanks for your help.
    Ken and Jinx

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  • Comment Link Skip Saturday, 29 December 2012 15:43 posted by Skip

    I bought a Breckwell wood pellet burner three years ago. I bought a ton of wood pellets from the business I bought the stove from and I wasn't very happy with the way they burned. I went to a local Agway dealer and they sold some hardwood Michigan pellets which were better the the first ones I had bought. When they ran out of those pellets the only brand they had was Rocky Mountain. He told me that many of his customers really like the Rocky Mountain brand. So I bought a ton and really liked them. I bought 4 ton again last year and they gave a good hot heat with very little ash. I went back this year and the owner told me he wasn't selling wood pellets any longer because there wasn't any money in it. So I am pretty disappointed.

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  • Comment Link Andy B Tuesday, 30 November 2010 04:14 posted by Andy B

    I haven't seen these pellets in the Northeast for the past two years, but the 3-tons of them I burned in the first season I had them made me a believer in Softwood Pellets. Love the fact that they were made fro pine beetle killed trees. Burned very clean with little ash, HIGH btu and no clinker. Very reliable and easy to use pellet that put out the heat!

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