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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 Pete, NW CT Monday, 19 September 2011 04:16 posted by Pete, NW CT

    I tried 12 bags last year. I was so impressed I bought 3 tons this year. Very high quality, burn hot and completely, very little fines and almost no ash! Cleanest pellet I have tried in my Quad Mt. Vernon insert.

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  • Comment Link Wayne Tuesday, 01 March 2011 13:25 posted by Wayne

    The best Pellets I've used so far.

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  • Comment Link J Smith Monday, 17 January 2011 02:43 posted by J Smith

    Bought 2 bags to try out. Best pellet I've used. Very little ash, clean burn, great heat. Worst part of using them was running out

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  • Comment Link Roger Sunday, 28 November 2010 00:00 posted by Roger

    I used 3 brands last year, including Pennington. At the recommendation of owner of a store that sells several brands of stoves, I bought the Turman this year. They are by far the best I have used. Almost no ash, great heat output and reasonably priced.

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  • Comment Link Steve Thursday, 04 November 2010 19:37 posted by Steve

    Superior Pellet. Nice heat and not nearly as much ash as I'm used to.

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  • Comment Link pellet pig Thursday, 30 September 2010 02:56 posted by pellet pig

    One of the better pellets out there. Very nice heat. Has a little bit more ash than some others but for the money and their heat they're worth it.

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