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Best Pellets 2017-2018 So Far!

Inferno Wood Pellets

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Inferno Wood Pellets Fuel

Inferno Wood Pellets are high quality pellets based in Rumford location. They are known for quality service and a product that exceeds the standards for premium pellets. "We have made considerable improvements in our process and have higher test results. " Tom Avila"

Inferno Wood Pellets offers the highest quality of wood pellets for commercial clients at their Rumford location. We are known for our quality service and our product exceeds the standards for premium grade pellets. We service customers throughout Rhode Island and in parts of Massachusetts and Connecticut.

Environmentally Friendly Products:

  • Recycled wood products
  • Hardwood pellets
  • All natural and energy efficient

Plant Location:

275 Ferris Avenue
Rumford, RI 02916


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66 comments

  • Comment Link paul limanek Monday, 04 February 2013 13:29 posted by paul limanek

    what is the purpose of adding sodium to the pellet formula, other than to slow the burning rate??? my stove builds up with ash something awful,have to clean out every two-three days, especially T THE HEAT EXCHANGER PLATES TOO MUCH BUILD-UP

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  • Comment Link Bernard Turcotte Monday, 28 January 2013 22:51 posted by Bernard Turcotte

    I have buned Inferno pellets in my quadrafire castille stove before.They are the worst pellets I have ever had.They leave clinkers the size of hockey pucks every day.The stove had to be cleaned thoroughly every week.Do yourself a favor and spend the money and buy a good quality pellet. Bernie,Seekonk Ma.

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  • Comment Link Bruce Goodnow Monday, 28 January 2013 13:03 posted by Bruce Goodnow

    All I get from your pellets are these hardened clumps that I have never gotten before. I bought them at Lowes. Will not buy again

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  • Comment Link John Friday, 25 January 2013 23:21 posted by John

    ABSOLUTELY AWFUL!
    For the past 3 years I have been sticking to the cheapest pellet I can find to help my Harman Accentra break even faster.

    When I buy pellets from big box stores I don't fool myself into thinking i'm getting a top tier pellet, and fully expect lower heat and/or high ash. These pellets however set a new low. I'll begin with the packaging; I buy 1 ton at a time (it's all I have room for) and lug them from my trailer into the basement, the first thing I noticed is the poor quality of the bag. I had 6 bags rip open during transfer specifically along the longitudinal seam on the side of the bag. I chalk that up to "it is what it is" I did only pay $209 for these things after all.

    Upon burning the first thing I notice is many odd "non wood" colors in the pellets, I figured it was paint that may have rubbed off from the extruder. Then things get fishy, I began to notice odd colored flames. Green flames, greenish/yellow flames and a chemical odor from the exhaust.

    Last night I loaded up prior to bed and found a pellet molded with a huge chunk of neon green plastic, upon closer inspection I found 1,2,3,4 and 5 other pellets with pieces of non wood debris in them. After some careful consideration I decided to contact Inferno, I went to their website and low and behold the website no longer exists. I then contacted the Pellet Fuels Institute in regards to the situation with pictures of the contaminated product.

    I decided that I will return the remaining 35 bags to Lowe's and go with the Vermont Wood Pellets carried at my local supplier (albeit at $70 more a ton)

    In summary: I have had good luck with box store pellets, I burned MWP last year from HD and Maine's Choice from lowe's to decent results. Inferno however, needs to simply disappear or sell to someone who cares.

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  • Comment Link Sturd Thursday, 24 January 2013 03:04 posted by Sturd

    These are by far the worst pellets out there! I have definitely learned my lesson about getting what you pay for. I have a summers heat 2,200 sq. ft. unit and have burned a variety of pellets over the last 8 years. Prior to this burn season I had my stove and 3" pipe serviced and cleaned. On sale I decided to give these a try, breaking away from my normal brand which I was extremely happy with. On my first bag I immediately noticed a huge difference in the heat produced. I also noticed a pine smell both when burning and in the hopper, which I thought can't be good! Mistake number 2. After a 3 day burn I had to shut down due to the amount of ash buildup. When I began to vac out the ash I was stund to see the ash had clumped and formed a lava type rock. Which I had to deal with at every cleaning thereafter. As well as tons of carbon build up on and around the auger. Finally, I had burned through the entire ton of pellets I had bought and decided to give my stove and pipe a good cleaning this weekend befor I started back with my favorite brand. Thank god I did this! My 3" pipe was so full almost clogged with soot and fly ash buildup. Worse then I ever saw and dangerous. So to sum up BUYER BEWARE!!! Low heat range, tons of ash, carbon build up and dangerous amounts of soot and fly ash collecting in my entire exhaust system. So stay far away from these pellets!!!

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  • Comment Link Jason G Sunday, 20 January 2013 13:46 posted by Jason G

    I have been burning green supreme wood pellets all winter and i am running low. I went to lowes yesterday and purchased Inferno wood pellets. I think they are doing a better job at keeping my house warm. Normally we leave our stove at one setting 24hrs a day. at night with the old pellets the house would cool down to 66 degrees. last night while burning the inferno the house stayed one constant temp all night. i was a nice surprise after reading all the bad reviews. I will be buying 3 ton this year for the next heating season and Inferno is what i will buy.

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  • Comment Link Jeffrey L. Decker Sunday, 06 January 2013 14:38 posted by Jeffrey L. Decker

    Inferno pellets are the worst pellets on the market. Stick to Lignetics, Hamers Hot ones or Turman. All these brands are excellent! Take it from a stove installer and maintenance company. We see the effects of the other pellets every day. Keep warm and stay safe! Remember to keep your stoves buning safely with regular maintenance schedules. ALSO, REMEMBER TO DISPOSE OF YOUR ASH RESPONSIBILY!!!!

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  • Comment Link David Wednesday, 02 January 2013 22:31 posted by David

    Burned a ton in a Quad-Fire and it was the worst pellets I have had in the past 8 years. Produced hard "clinkers" that stove manufacturer said was too much mineral in the pellets.

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  • Comment Link Ed Wednesday, 26 December 2012 15:45 posted by Ed

    I brought 2 pallets of these pellets. I get moderate ash and need to clean my stove at least once a week. I have a Heatilator Eco Choice stove that holds 120# of pellets. One full load last 3 days so I use about 1 bag a day. My house is 1500 sq feet. I set the furnace 4 degrees below the the thermostat on the pellet stove. The Thermostat for the furnace is on the opposite end of the house. It works great. When it gets real cold, below 20 degrees, the furnace kicks on to keep my pipes from freezing. I find a fair amount of plastic and brunt pellets in the mix. No other problems so far.

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  • Comment Link Bob G Sunday, 02 December 2012 14:48 posted by Bob G

    I have been running 2 QUADRAFIRE 1200's for 10 years and just tried these. They were $209 a ton at Lowes so why not. Well they definitely leave more ash than I have ever seen. I need to clean burn pot out every 2-3 days and the stove glass is filthy after burning 1 bag.

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