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Blazer Wood Pellets

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Blazer Wood Fuel Pellets from West Oregon Wood Products.

  • Blazer wood fuel pellets burn hot!!!!
  • BLAZER 50–40 lb. bags
  • From: Oregon
  • Source: Douglas Fir Blend
  • Ash Content: 0.3%.
  • BTU (Dry Basis): 9,200 avg.
  • The raw wood is acquired in the "green" (wet) state and dried to the proper moisture content.
  • Precise control of the drying process assures the volatile components will be retained to radiate maximum heat from the burning pellets.
  • BLAZER pellets are regularly tested by independent laboratories to ensure that our pellets exceed the standards established by the PFI (Pellet Fuel Institute) for PREMIUM FUEL classification.
  • Pellet producers across the country are using a large variety of wood species for the manufacturing of pellets. Each possesses its own characteristics that affect the ultimate heating value.
  • West Oregon Wood Products, Inc. has incorporated the finest species available in the Pacific Northwest, Douglas Fir, to produce our high quality premium fuel pellet.


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  • Admin Review: Oct1 2014: Douglas fir pellets are by far the best raw material that I have found used for pellets. These pellets along with the Hot Shot pellets produced hardly any ash and threw out some great heat. Nice job! Super thumbs up pellet. Okanagan Doug Fir pellets can be found over on the east coast and are Awesome as well

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  • Comment Link Lynda Fawcett Sunday, 06 November 2016 17:09 posted by Lynda Fawcett

    Where can I buy these pellets in the Sacramento CA area? Home Depot doesn't carry them this year

  • Comment Link Oran Bowen Friday, 04 November 2016 23:06 posted by Oran Bowen

    Can you tell me where I can buy your pellets in or near Bakersfield, CA? We have been buying them at Home Depot but they have a different brand this year. I was unable to get through to you by phone. Are you still in business?

  • Comment Link Clint Tuesday, 18 October 2016 01:31 posted by Clint

    Where can I buy these pellets in Fresno, Calif. Home Depot is carrying a different brand this year.

  • Comment Link Scott Tuesday, 26 July 2016 18:18 posted by Scott

    I got 4 tons from pellets direct in Uxbridge, ma. Just order on line and they deliver 1-5 tons for $65. I believe the Blazers were $319 a ton. They burned hot with little ash, I actually only emptied the ash tray in my Harmon p43 once a month during heavy burn time..not much scraping of burn pot and glass didn't get sootier than any other pellets. They were small so no clinkers or cutting . Fines were minimal, going to order more this year.

  • Comment Link scott Saturday, 09 July 2016 15:33 posted by scott

    I burned Blazer last year and was very happy with thr heat and the small amount of ash it left. i think i will get this year again.

  • Comment Link frank laureyns Tuesday, 12 April 2016 19:44 posted by frank laureyns

    have tried 15 or more brands ,hardwood or soft and blazer beets all. stove cleaning with other brands 4 bags with blazer perhaps a dozen .heat superior,also the bag holds up well .many other brands are poorly packaged go blazer............

  • Comment Link Diane Gee Monday, 25 January 2016 22:14 posted by Diane Gee

    That is what my stove looks like after burning Blazer Doug Fir pellets!! Been a fan for 10 years , never had this problem....then you change your product!! Use to buy pallets...not any more...these pellets are dirty and leave LOTS of dust and clunkers(big ones). Very disappointed !!! Looking for a new product!! And yes my stove was serviced twice because I thought is was the stove....NOT... it was the pellets!! Wrote to you before and never got an answer!

  • Comment Link stu Monday, 25 January 2016 16:12 posted by stu

    For folks complaining on these pellets you must not be adjusting your stoves properly

  • Comment Link Susan Sunday, 06 December 2015 02:34 posted by Susan

    I used Blazer pellets that I purchased from Home Depot last week. The pellets did not burn, but scorched and produced a large amount of carbon. Thinking I may have bought a bad bag, I used a second bag only to discover it did the same thing. I will be returning the remaining bags for refund.

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