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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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  • Comment Link John D Wednesday, 03 April 2013 16:58 posted by John D

    I have not been as fortunate as Rob Dunn. I also contacted Lauzon with the long list of issues that I had with Cubex, but nobody has contacted me. I guess I'm out the $300 I paid for their product. What a dissapointment! I'm back to the Maine Woods and happy as ever!

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  • Comment Link Luc Desjardins Friday, 22 March 2013 19:12 posted by Luc Desjardins

    Vistaflamme V170: Thorough cleaning Clean my stove every week, pot every day. Similar problem last year. The first skid (75 bags) was great but second has been nothing but a nightmare! Sooty, dirty, hard to start, reduced feed rates and high air volumes to get to burn… to the point of having to by-pass some of the controls in order to not “time-out” on start-up and reach operating temperatures. Pellets are stored in a dry and heated area. As suggested by furnace tech, tried another brand: what a difference! Some major Quality Control issues that will hopefully be corrected sooner than later

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  • Comment Link Robb Dunn Sunday, 24 February 2013 15:32 posted by Robb Dunn

    *UPDATE* I contacted Lauzon about my issues with their pellets and they informed me they had a bad batch/supplier at the start of the heating season. They assured me they fixed the problem and contacted my retailer with $30 off of my next purchase. Still debating if I take the chance with these again.

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  • Comment Link David Dowd Friday, 15 February 2013 13:59 posted by David Dowd

    I had purchased 2 tons of CUBIX pellets for the first time in Jan 2013. BIG MISTAKE. These pellets create twice the ash than any other pellets I have used over the last 6 years. I have a Whitfield stove. I highly recommend to stay away from these pellets. They are NOT premium quality.

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  • Comment Link Scott Friday, 08 February 2013 21:41 posted by Scott

    I bought 1 ton of these early in the year - Liked them very much. My wife commented on the low ash content and how clean the glass stayed. I thought the heat wasn't quite up to snuff with Softwood pellets, but close enough. I then bought a second ton. They were terrible. After burning a couple bags, the ash is literally 1/4 of the way up the glass. These are probably the worst pellets I have ever burned, including the cheapies at Wal Mart, etc. I will never buy again. Stay away from Cubex. NO WAY are these things Super Premium quality - definitely below premium - I'm guessing 3-4% ash based on the amount in the stove. With 30 Bags left in the second ton, I bought a ton of something else - will mix in the rest of these "garbage" pellets on a shoulder month.

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  • Comment Link John D Friday, 08 February 2013 16:00 posted by John D

    I left a comment about these pellets on 1/16. Since then, I have only 5 bags left...Thank God! These pellets are horrid to say the least! They are supposed to be the best of the best? Worst pellet I have used! Here's why.. 1)They are full of dust out of the bag.. 2) I had 8 bags rip open on me spilling pellets everywhere.. 3) heat is just adequate at best..4) glass filthy after 1/2 bag.. 5) ash pan full after 5 bags.. 6) firepot full of hard ash and soot after 2 bags..7) stove shut down 2 times within 12 hours because of ash clogging firepot..8) auger having terrible time feeding pellets,only brand stove has problem with.. I have a QuadraFire CB1200, installed in October. 9) THEY COST $300 A TON! I clean my stove thoroughly, weekly or more. I have used Geneva, Maines Choice, Greene Team and Maine Woods. Cubex is the worst! Maine Woods the Best!

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  • Comment Link Robb D Friday, 08 February 2013 02:55 posted by Robb D

    Bought a ton of these and a ton of Logik-e. Ran through the ton of Logik's and switched to the "best" pellet for the colder months. WOW! Horrible pellet! Clinkers everyday, heat output isn't bad but not nearly what I expected. Could have gone to Home Depot and got crap pellets for this much work. Going back to my Logik-e's these pellets are not worth the price even remotely.

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  • Comment Link Patrick Wednesday, 06 February 2013 22:00 posted by Patrick

    Everyone I know burns Cubex. I bought a ton last year, great pellet. High heat and low ash.. This year I have burned 2 tons and I am not satisfied. There is a lot more ash and the ash sticks together.
    Also have noticed odd color flame, green... Not sure whats up with that. Just tried a few bags of La Crete, low ash and
    high heat. Probably going to stick with those for a bit.

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  • Comment Link Jim H Tuesday, 05 February 2013 03:34 posted by Jim H

    By far one of the worst pellets I have burned. Lots of round blackish brown ash. I need to pull the ash out of the burn pot 2 to 3 times a day. Never did this before. Window on my Harman Advance gets dirty real fast after my weekly cleaning.I have been burning Okies and Vermonts and thought I would try some of the BEST OF THE BEST even at $7.00 a bag. The only thing that got burnt Is ME. Will not recommend these pellets

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  • Comment Link Bill F Friday, 01 February 2013 05:36 posted by Bill F

    Bought two tons of cubex pellets to burn in my harman stove, like others, i had read very good reviews and therefore paid the premium price for them. But like others , I found that the heat output is low and ash is extremely high. It leaves a hard sand like material that sticks together and fills the ash pan after several bags. How can a hard wood premium pellet after burning leave such ash residue?

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