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Best Pellets 2017-2018 So Far!

Hamer's Hot Ones

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Hamer's Hot Ones Wood Pellet Fuel

Hamers Hot Ones pellet fuel is made from clean sawdust, much of which comes from our own lumber operations in the heart of the Appalachian Region of the United States in West Virginia. Distribution area is in the mid Atlantic and NorthEast States (WV, VA, PA, MD, NJ, OH, CT, Del, NC and Mass.)

Why Choose Hamer's Hot Ones? The dust is compressed into pellets that produce clean, reliable heat with low emissions and an extremely small amount of ash.
Experience - We are the oldest residential pellet manufacturer in the Eastern United States. We know how to provide quality pellets consistently.

 

 

 

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  • Admin Review: Nov 2017 - Love these pellets. Super dense and hot pellets. Low ash with an amazing hardwood floor smell. Super nice! Keep up the good work guys! Love your product

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43 comments

  • Comment Link ann Thursday, 17 January 2013 19:22 posted by ann

    we have a breckwell P24 insert and have used these and found them to be very hot but with excessive ash..lots of dust and clinkers..have to clean out twice per week...won't buy them anymore

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  • Comment Link Rich V Monday, 31 December 2012 16:03 posted by Rich V

    I have a US Stove Eco-Aire Window Pellet Unit, maintained per the user manual. These pellets work. They produce a little more heat than others. I didn't notice any difference in ash.

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  • Comment Link Joe Saturday, 15 December 2012 02:02 posted by Joe

    Have tried using cheaper brands.Learned my lesson cheap brands have trouble burning on low. We can set the stove on low with hamers and go to work and not worry about it going out We burn 3 and half tons a season.

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  • Comment Link Rich V Thursday, 06 December 2012 21:44 posted by Rich V

    I have an Eco-Aire Window Pellet Unit (USSC). These pellets work. I have dump out my burn pot after 12 hours on the lowest setting just like any other pellets I have tried. I get a little bit more heat out of these than others I have tried. That's about it

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  • Comment Link Ray Sunday, 02 December 2012 14:46 posted by Ray

    I have used Hamer Hot Ones in my Harman Accentra and am now using them in my Harman Hydro Flex 60. They burn hot, have low ash,and have few clinkers. I have experimented with Appling (very bad, don't use these), Turman (good pellet), O'Malley (good pellet). I have concluded the Hamer Hot ones are the best. Highly recommend!

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  • Comment Link Al Baerenklau Friday, 16 November 2012 14:31 posted by Al Baerenklau

    I have been using Hamers pellets for several years and have considered them to be better than any I had used before. I didn't realize just how good they are until I made the HUGE mistake of buying some Greeat American Pellets to use in warmer weather. The fact is that Hamers put out so much heat I have to shut the stove down when it gets into the 50's not to overheat the house. As it turned out I had to set my Whitfield stove to 3 (of 5) using the Great American pellets to equal the heat that I get from Hamers set on 1.

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  • Comment Link Denny Saturday, 03 November 2012 11:38 posted by Denny

    Picked up a few bags of these to see what the hype was about, these burned as hot as any other hardwood pellet, soot /ash low,
    Very dusty lots of smalls, few oversized pellets, to me these are not a magical pellet for my stove and are not worth the overpriced $6.00 a bag in my area.

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  • Comment Link Al Monday, 15 October 2012 13:12 posted by Al

    I used to be a fan of Hamer's Hot Ones. However, they have become too dusty out of the bag, and they leave too many clinkers. I no longer buy Hamer's, and my daughter and son in law will not buy them either, as they have experienced the same problems, and our stoves are of different types and manufacturers.

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  • Comment Link Danny Pullen Saturday, 06 October 2012 15:21 posted by Danny Pullen

    I have a Quadra Classic Bay 1200 insert that I purchased in October 2004. I have used Hamer's pellets from the beginning, except a short period when I ran out and my neighbor gave me some of his pellets that were not Hamer's. I don't believe, to me that these pellets performed like Hamer's had up to this point. I have never used anything since then and I don't intend to do so either unless I can't find them around where I live. Then I would have no choice. As far as Hamer's burning clean, I have only had to routinely clean my unit, which is every month in the winter and before the summer months when we don't use it. When I find a product that I am pleased with I am faithful to it. From the beginning to now I have used Hamer's and am very happy with the product. I get my Hamer's at Ace Hardware which is less than 1 mile from me, I hope they don't quit carrying them.

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  • Comment Link Mark Sunday, 12 February 2012 16:01 posted by Mark

    Simply the best wood pellets I have ever used in my Brickwell Big E. High heat, low ash. Only problem as they are super expensive in CT. Right now they go for $285 a ton. When I can go to lowe's and get a ton of average pellets for $219 it makes more sense for the cheaper pellets. I might pay $20 more a ton for them but not $65.

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