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Cubex Wood Pellets

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Cubex Wood Pellet fuel pellets 

Cubex Wood Pellets with a BTU rating of geater than 9000 by Lauzon Distinctive Hardwood Flooring Ltd. is among the leading hardwood flooring manufacturers in North America. Its state-of-the-art products, environmental commitment, and highly qualified staff make it an undisputed leader in the premium hardwood flooring industry. Lauzon operates its own sawmills and milling plants, all of which are equipped with the most advanced technology on the market. Lauzon Recycled Wood Energy Inc. controls the wood pellet mills that convert leftover residue into wood pellets and represents Lauzon's significant commitment to the environment.


 

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  • Admin Review: Oct 2014: These are still one of my all time favourite pellets! This years run I'm seeing incredibly low ash but I do have to scrap the burnpot every morning to get the slight ash build-up down into the ash pan. The heat output is incredible and I will trade a little extra work for the added heat.
    Nov-2017Just got done with a bag and these get a thumbs up! Very nice and dense pellet which gives off great heat. The ash was not bad and the heat was very nice.

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73 comments

  • Comment Link Laurent Riendeau Wednesday, 05 March 2014 23:36 posted by Laurent Riendeau

    I used 2 tons of cubex this season. worst pellets i ever burned. double the ash they use to have.Very disapointing.

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  • Comment Link Brian Monday, 24 February 2014 03:46 posted by Brian

    I bought a ton of these for $70 more per ton than any other pellet I have used. I foolishly assumed that the price meant better quality. These are by far the worst pellets I have ever burned (Harman Accentra). The ash pan fills after burning four bags and the clinker build up is a quarter in thick around the bottom of the pot. On average, other pellets I have used take four times that amount to produce the same ash. I also find chunks of hard unburned "stuff" for lack of a better word, in the ash. Its almost like a fibrous insulation type material. I contacted the factory only to be told that the batch is normal and I probably don't clean my stove properly! I am back to using the rest of my Somersets that burn near perfectly. I hope that they get me through the rest of the winter. I will likely give away the rest of the Cubex. I will certainly never buy them again.

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  • Comment Link Fred Williams Friday, 14 February 2014 05:35 posted by Fred Williams

    I have a Lopi Pioneer stove and have been using Cubix pellets for three years. I never had a problem with them until this year. I have to clean out the ash
    every 3 days or else the ash will be up to the door glass. I have a ton left of last years pellets and a ton of this years problem pellets. I'll mix them to help with the ash problem.

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  • Comment Link Earle Cadoret Thursday, 13 February 2014 16:43 posted by Earle Cadoret

    Into my second ton of Cubex pellets for the year. Extremely disappointed. Used them last year and was satisfied.
    This year I have to clean the clinkers out of the burnpot every day. They just pile up and don't burn. Glass gets filthy almost right away and ash buildup is quick.
    I don't know what happened but this is a very bad batch. I will not be buying them again.
    Napoleon NPS40 stove.

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  • Comment Link Liz Sunday, 09 February 2014 17:46 posted by Liz

    I haven't had anything but a mess since I broke open a ton of these pellets. I have to were gloves just to clean the stove because if it gets on your skin it doesn't want to come off. They have a funny odor and I cannot burn my stove all day like I use to because the pot fills to the top and I am afraid of a back fire. The other ton I used WITHOUT the green leaf on them was fine. I feel like I got a really bad batch of expensive pellets and I still have another ton of them I am afraid to break open. Breckwell P22 stove well maintained and with all new parts

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  • Comment Link GaryT Sunday, 02 February 2014 00:42 posted by GaryT

    I bought 3 tons of these pellets and have been burning them in my Harmon Accentra insert. They have been the best pellets I have burned to date! I see a lot of negative reviews but I haven't had the same experience. I have had extremely low ash, and the ash is light gray and light in weight so haven't had to clean my burn pot very often. Also the ash pan doesn't fill up that often compared to other types of pellets I burned. I have had zero clinkers which was a relief due to all the clinkers I had last year with 10 bags of Firesides Ultra's. Also, there has been very little sawdust in the bags. So for me these have been a step up from the PWI's I was burning. Hope next year I have the same luck.

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  • Comment Link Tom Sunday, 26 January 2014 14:52 posted by Tom

    I agree with the other posters. I have had high ash and clinkers. The heat is decent but it is not worth the trouble. I also contacted them and got the " that's the first time we have heard of it" bs. Harman P61A
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  • Comment Link Donna L Grant Wednesday, 22 January 2014 18:40 posted by Donna L Grant

    I purchased a new Lopi APG pellet stove, and bought a ton and a half of these peellets, LOTS of ash and Clinkers, have to pull clinkers out every day and empty ash pan every 3 days, going to try Canwick and see if they are better. These are the only pellets I have ever tried, as I was told they are the best. Will know by tomorrow.

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  • Comment Link Michael Harris Monday, 20 January 2014 16:42 posted by Michael Harris

    I've noticed that the labeling has changed from "at least 9000" to "up to 9000" btu. I have noticed what I believe to be a greater consumption to heat my house this year.
    Even during period of moderate weather it seems that we are going through our pellets at a greater rate. Does anybody agree? I'm growing concerned that I might have to consider changing pellets for next season.
    My stove is in its 3rd season, it's a Harman xxv.

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  • Comment Link Donald O Monday, 13 January 2014 22:43 posted by Donald O

    I'm using a Quadrafire Castile pellet insert. After high praise reviews and recommendation from the stove dealer, I found a supplier and ordered two tons. I'll say the heat is good, but these are generating a lot of ash! It's "sticky" in that it accumulates on the underside of the temp. probe over the firepot, and it accumlates on the sides of the firepot. The pot requires scraping, not just brushing. No clinkers, but still not what I expected. I didn't see anything like that with the "lesser" brands I used for a month or so waiting for these to be delivered. Too pricey, especially with delivery charge to chance again.

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