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Turman Hardwood Pellets

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Turman Hardwood Wood Pellets (one of the best and my favorites)

Turman Hardwood Pellets are a premium wood pellet.  Turman Hardwood Pellets, are located in Galax, Virginia  is a 100% hardwood pellet.  Turman pellets are made from solid oak residual from their flooring mill, as well as other sawmill facilities owned by the parent company, The Turman Group.

  • Turman Hardwood Pellets, located in Galax, Virginia.
  • This product is a 100% hardwood pellet. These wood pellets are made from solid oak residual from a flooring mill.
  • The highest grade pellets.
  • Turman Hardwood pellets meet or exceed all the specifications of a premium pellet: Consistent hardness and energy content; uniform dimension (less than 1.5 inches long); limited sawdust (amount of fines passing through .125 inch screen no more than .5 percent by weight);
  • low salt content (no more than 300 parts per million); and low ash content, an important factor in maintenance frequency.
  • Premium hardwood pellets in 40lb bags.
  • Independently tested for quality.
  • Each batch of these hardwood pellets is tested by an independent, third-party lab to guarantee you receive a clean burning, low ash fuel. Our pellets meet the Pellet Fuel Institute’s specs for a premium pellet


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  • Admin Review: August - 2017 - Looking forward to burning some this year!! I always thought these were great pellets
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  • Comment Link cee Tuesday, 13 March 2018 22:37 posted by cee

    I had bought 3 tons of Thurman this past season 2017 very cold winter in Maryland. I had bought 10 bags at a time in the past and they burned great. But this year after 3 tons I've had to fight to keep them burning. I will not buy that many of Thurman again. I had dirty Glass hard starts and clinckers

  • Comment Link Brad Sunday, 11 March 2018 17:30 posted by Brad

    Best you can get Running a classic Bay 1200. Heating a 1600 sq. ft. Home. Usally use a bag/day with temps in 30 to 40 degree range. When it gets down in single digits I use 2 bags / day on high output setting. Pellets burn clean and hot. I clean firepot evervy 3 days but I'm just being alittle anal about it.

  • Comment Link Betz Tuesday, 27 February 2018 17:05 posted by Betz

    I bought 3 tons, my usual for my 1440 sq ft. condo. Yes it was a cold winter but I'm down to my last 5 bags on 2/27. They burn well & not much ash but they burn faster than other brands I've tried. Most winters, 3 tons carry me thru until June but not this winter with Turman. I'm going to a different brand next winter.

  • Comment Link Tom Barnett Tuesday, 30 January 2018 12:17 posted by Tom Barnett

    I have been using Turman pellets for several years and was happy with them until this year, 2018. I have experienced bridging problems in the hopper with every bag. The only reason I can determine after researching and cleaning my stove and hopper once a week, is that there are too many long pellets in the bag that keep causing bridging issues. As soon as I poke a yard stick down the middle of the hopper, I see the center of the pellets collapse a little and they start to feed into the auger. Any ideas how to prevent this? It is irritating to wake up to a cold house.

  • Comment Link Paul Goudfrooij Saturday, 27 January 2018 03:25 posted by Paul Goudfrooij

    I have tried many brands and types of wood pellets, but ever since I tried the Turmans a few years ago I exclusively use these. The stove stays very clean, the pellets burn nice and hot, very little ash buildup, and I have to empty the burning tray only every few days whereas I had to do that pretty much every day with many other brands.

    BTW my stove is an Amaizablaze insert.

  • Comment Link Thursday, 04 January 2018 23:36 posted by

    Stove is a Quadra-Fire Castile Pellet Insert. I don't have my data from last year but so far this winter I can confirm that Hammer's Hot Ones is the worst I have used. My stove will refuse to light without a complete cleaning every other bag. No kidding! Lignetics / Presto are only slight better, averaging a mandatory cleaning every 3 bags. To date I have found no pellets that burn cleaner than Turman Pellets. Ive gone near 20 bags and cleaned out of guilt more than necessity. They are hard to find in my area - last year it was impossible to find them. Even the manufacturer could not help me... I really am glad I found them this season... I have read (yes, even in the owners manual) that softwood pellets are better (more btu/heat and less ash,etc) but at the most I have seen only one pellet manufacturer that says they use softwood - and they actually say its a mixture of soft and hardwoods... Does anyone know of a 100% softwood pellet I can try? I travel about an hour one-way for my Turman pellets so I have no problem with doing that for a softwood pellet. Thanks in advance,

  • Comment Link Bruce Tuesday, 02 January 2018 02:43 posted by Bruce

    By far the lowest ash of any pellets I've tried! I could probably burn an entire ton before needing to empty the ash on my P68. burning a ton of AWF Ultra Premium White Pine pellets now and these are leaving at least twice the ash of Turmans.
    The do leave a nice deposit of carbon on the bottom of the burn pot on my P68 but that comes off easily when I do my cleaning, none of the other pellets I've burned do that however.
    I can get them for cheaper than big box store pellets too!

  • Comment Link Susan Monday, 01 January 2018 16:39 posted by Susan

    we used Turman, and Barefoot last year. Turman was the best as far as ash goes. This year, we decided on just Turman. We get clinkers ALL time now. Never had a issue last year...In fact, we only needed to clean the stove every 2 weeks! This year, I am cleaning every few days.

  • Comment Link Jason Saturday, 09 December 2017 13:43 posted by Jason

    These are by far the best pellets. I've been using for 3 years. I've tried others and keep coming back to turman

  • Comment Link Jeff Tuesday, 10 October 2017 02:23 posted by Jeff

    Can't trust a pellet brand that doesn't list the ash percentage. How much is "low ash content?" 1%? 2%? -1%?


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