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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 Chris Hansen Thursday, 14 February 2013 18:00 posted by Chris Hansen

    These are the best pellets I have ever had, by far. Best price little ash lots of heat. going to use them always.

  • Comment Link Richard Daniels Friday, 01 February 2013 05:28 posted by Richard Daniels

    I really like these Pellets, they burn with no problems. I have used a couple of different types of Pellets and I find that these Pellets leave the least amount of ash so I dont have to clean the ash try as often. Also the glass on the stove is easier to clean. The only negative is out a of pallet of Pellets I have gotten 12 bags that had large pieces of plastic bag in with the pellets, this really caused a problem with the first bag because I didn't see it and it got stuck in the auger and was hell to get out of the auger, I used to just dump the whole bag in but now I have to pour slowly so I can make sure there is no plastic in the bag.

  • Comment Link Heidi Friday, 25 January 2013 18:37 posted by Heidi

    We have always used Golden Fire, but we wanted to try Blazin from Costco. These burn hot but the ash left behind is awful! I had to clean my stove 3 times a week, while with golden was maybe 1 every 10 days. big difference, going back to Golden.

  • Comment Link Peter Kaiser Monday, 03 December 2012 03:26 posted by Peter Kaiser

    I`ve compared the "Premium Blazer" Wood Pellets with the "Golden Fire" Pellets and found, that,with the "Premium Blazer",I had
    to kick the stove up a notch, they also blackened the Window more then the "Golden Fire". Ash ? It was about the same. But the
    "Blazer" did`nt smell like the "Golden" did
    which is the only plus with these pellets.

  • Comment Link Diane Wednesday, 07 November 2012 20:33 posted by Diane

    These pellets are awesome! We have tried about 4 different kinds and had trouble with all of them feeding to fast or not burning all the way. It was like Blazer heaven! They burned all to an ash and left only a little unburned in the ash collector. Before we got them we were going to get rid of our 2 year old stove thinking there was something wrong with it. We are amazed and just wanted to say thank you for the real deal.