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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.
    Quantities
  • 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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56 comments

  • Comment Link Matthew Tuesday, 04 September 2012 15:37 posted by Matthew

    I've burned lots of pellets over the past 5 years that I've had a stove. These are hands down the best. I really have a tough time telling the heat difference between brands but as far as ash goes I've never seen anything like these. The less I have to clean the stove the better. I've used the cheap brands from Price Chopper and Big Y. Not worth it imo.

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  • Comment Link Pete, NW CT Saturday, 31 March 2012 22:22 posted by Pete, NW CT

    *UPDATE* Burned a little over 2 tons this year, due to mild winter. The Turmans were excellent, extremely low ash, good heat, NO clinkers. I clean the stove once a week.(Quadrafire Mt.Vernon insert) Primary heat source for my home. Already took advantage of spring deals, and pre-ordered 2 more tons!

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  • Comment Link Holly @redberrydeals.com Monday, 05 March 2012 19:23 posted by Holly @redberrydeals.com

    We love these pellets. We are in VA and we were so excited to try these we pre-ordered them from our local Ace Hardware store in the spring at a great price. I believe it was $280 a ton?? We bought 4 tons. We have used 1 1/2 this season. We have one small metal container and that is the only amount of ash we have had to clean out this season. This is amazing!

    We use a Whitfield pellet stove Profile insert and we also have a Whitfield pellet stove Profile standalone that we bought used a couple years ago for our basement.

    I hope we can get these again!

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  • Comment Link John Barrick Monday, 27 February 2012 16:43 posted by John Barrick

    I have an American Harvest USSC stove,I have had it 18 months now and clean it weekly,when I use Turman pellets I get a lot of clunkers and have to increase my feed rate as the week progresses due to the clunkers clogging the holes in the bottom of the ash pan.I bought stove chow pellets from Home Depot and didn't have these problems.

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  • Comment Link Willem Sunday, 19 February 2012 15:03 posted by Willem

    We have a Hampton GSI60. Tried 25 Bags of Turman. ($230/Ton)
    Heat is good, No ash at all.
    BUT the pellets give a layer of clinkers under in the burner pot.
    It only takes a day to build up a layer that you hear the auger hitting the layer of clinkers.
    So have to clean the burner pot every day. It’s every hard to get the clinkers out of the burner put.

    I tried all kind of trim/exhaust/air inlet/damper settings to get ride of the clinkers but no success.

    I’m going back to the Lignetics pellet ($236/Ton), must easier to clean and no clinkers.

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  • Comment Link Stephen Monday, 30 January 2012 15:10 posted by Stephen

    I have USSC American Harvest stove, Turman were the first pellet I tried, everything else after was inferior in heat output and ash. Keeps the stove cleaner, I did not empty the ash tray until going through almost 2 tons.

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  • Comment Link Jim Tuesday, 24 January 2012 03:31 posted by Jim

    I just got my Regency stove late last spring so had little time to use it till last fall. I have tried all six brands of pellets sold locally and the Turman are the BEST! I am amazed at how little ash is produced and the heat is great!

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  • Comment Link Jerry Saturday, 21 January 2012 17:08 posted by Jerry

    We got our first stove a few months ago, Regency/Hampton GC60. For pellets we started with a ton of Great American. It was an ok pellet but I felt it produced a lot of ash. Next we went to a half ton of Hamer Hot Ones. These were a clear improvement with reduced fines, about a third less ash and higher heat. We are burning Turman now (got 2 ton delivery this week). Of the three these are my favorite. Ash is about half of where we started. Heat is excellent, can't find a clinker and little fines. The only minor objection we have is there is a very fine dust in the bags, not crumbled pellet but just like the dust from sanding a hardwood floor. Hamer was the cleanest bag. Overall Turmen are the best for our stove so far.

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  • Comment Link kearney Sunday, 08 January 2012 23:23 posted by kearney

    Burning pellets for ten years. Low ash high heat the best pellets so far.no other pellets come close .you can burn a ton and never empty the ash pan glass stays clean

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  • Comment Link glenn Tuesday, 20 September 2011 22:57 posted by glenn

    These are the best out there. I stocked up early this year. Don't want to have to use New England ever again. Turman all the way. Little to no ash, No clinkers and, High heat.

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