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American Wood Fibers

This pellet is a premium wood pellet fuel is a blend of quality hardwood fibers compressed into pellets that meet the highest industry standards. By combining wood fiber experience with the latest in process technology, American Wood Fiber provides pellets that burn longer and burn stronger. American Wood Fibers Pellets is certified by the Pellet Fuels Institute to the premium standard. That means less ash to clean, multiple steps to eliminate fines, and 100% all natural. Utilizing the latest in packaging technology we can provide consistent bag weights and uniform palletizing.

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Circleville, OH
(410)290-8700
Rich Whiting

 

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  • Comment Link Brent Friday, 28 February 2014 01:08 posted by Brent

    The worst pellets I have used so far. I have a US Stove Hearth Focus, and burn about 4-5 ton a year, usually use Michigan Wood Pellets, but since they are all sold out, I got these. The ash is very course and abundant, sticks to the inside of my stove and clogs everything up. I was doing bi-weeky maintenance once or twice a day, and annual major maintenance weekly.

  • Comment Link BEN SMOOT Tuesday, 18 February 2014 05:31 posted by BEN SMOOT

    NEW to the pellet stove ,since always had wood fireplace, Purchased a new to of line stove ,had one skid of pellets thrown in with deal. ran out then purchased these other supposedly top brand from HD, in DEl. In Comparison with theirs, AWF was by far a much better pellet ,low ash ,clean burn , HD pellets were terrible high ash heavy fines, i struggle with asthama had no problems with AWF Pellets ,I just wish I could find them here in Chestertown, Md. Wonderful Product

  • Comment Link tom miller Monday, 17 February 2014 22:02 posted by tom miller

    I have an Englander 2200 and tried these pellets. I will not buy them again. There was so much ash that I had to clean the stove every day (sometimes twice a day). They also built up a lot of ash in the chimney. They are just not worth it.

  • Comment Link Tim Friday, 14 February 2014 03:45 posted by Tim

    I have two pellet stoves one is a Pelopro 60 and the other is Pelpro Steptop multi-fuel. I purchased a ton of these pellets at Menards. The 60 on very cold days of -10f to +16f burns one to one and a half bags. The pellets burn efficiently but I have to clean the klinker out twice in a 24 hour period along with the ash. The pp-60 is heating a 1200 square foot shop/garage. The Pelpro Steptop is heating a 2000 square foot house with a using the same pellet. The stove auger set at 2 burns about two bags on very cold days and it also has to be cleaned no less than twice a day. The pellets have alot dust and anywhere from 1/4 to 1 cup fines per bag. Also have a lot of ash and klinker buildup. I like the heat they put out seem to burn better in pp-60. During a normal average winter day in Missouri the stoves burn about half the amount or less. There is some amount of clouding and soot build up. Overall I think for the price I paid for these a week ago 199.00 a ton there not to bad for the price. So as long as you clean your stove once or twice daily they'll burn. Just looking foward to a pellet that's a bit less labor intensive.

  • Comment Link John Marcum Thursday, 13 February 2014 23:26 posted by John Marcum

    pellets small, lots of fines. used in a Harman insert. Have used several brands and American Wood Fiber is the worst I have used. So much dust and fines that pellets have to be pushed down the sides of the hopper. The quality is way down this year. Have had to clean the insert 3 times and only burned around 40 bags
    of pellets.

  • Comment Link Rob L Thursday, 02 January 2014 15:35 posted by Rob L

    three year old Harman P61a, typically run w/thermostat (room temp mode) set at 70 deg, blower set to high running a feed rate of 2 to 2-1/2.

    Pros:
    I average between 350 - 375 deg surface temp. Pellets burn relatively clean. No clinkers (I clean the stove 100% after every ton). If I shift to manual mode and run at max stove temp, I can hit 425 deg at a burn rate of 2. Price was in the neighborhood of 225/ton

    Cons:
    Pellet size inconsistent. VERY dusty. out of 70 bags, three or four had significant sawdust. Some bags weaker than others. Several had holes from the processing plant (in the middle bottom layer of the skid). Other bags had weak spots and I found my fingers breaking through the plastic as I was unloading the ton from the truck by hand.

    Overall Review after 70 bags:

    Full cleaning needed with 15 bags left from the first ton.

    I have found burning a ton will fill the ash bin. Ash is a bit darker than the light fluffy gray I would expect. I find that the ash cakes in the corners of the burn tray but with 0 clinkers. I have noticed when cleaning the inside of the burn box, the ash was very granular and gritty.

    Burning in auto mode (using the room temp probe) will give me a hump that must be chipped away in the middle of the burn box that forms within 5 - 7 days. I have heard similar reports from others that run their P61a with the thermostat in room temp mode.

    1000 pounds into my second ton after a full cleaning, I have a bit of clouding on the glass and significant ash on the side shelves and a half full ash bin.

    I do not get a lazy flame as long as I knock the ash accumulation out of the tray every day or two.

    I would rate these pellets a 7.5 out of ten.

  • Comment Link Tim Moore Monday, 16 December 2013 21:57 posted by Tim Moore

    Picked up about 40 bags at Meijer in Fishers, IN on clearance. Never had tried these before, but thought it would be worth a try. They burn real hot and I had to adjust the fuel feed down on my US Forrester stove to keep it from overheating. I can do that because I modified the electronics system for that. There are clinkers of hard ash...but very little fly-ash. Overall ash is less than SIH or Somerset. I do like them and more-so because of the great economy of them.

  • Comment Link Paul Wednesday, 27 November 2013 15:35 posted by Paul

    I bought a few bags from Tractor Supply at a low price that came out to about $220 a ton. These pellets tend to give off a strong burnt wood smell. I have a Harman Accentra stove. They seem to produce clumps of hard ash.

  • Comment Link Timothy Thursday, 21 November 2013 20:23 posted by Timothy

    I bought a ton of these on the word of the store that sold me my quadrafire pellet insert. The pellets burn ok But way to much dust in each bag and low heat along with high ash. The stove was cleaned out two days before I got them and it is a year old insert I am going through twice as many bags a week as I did with another brand from last year and it is not as cold here as it was last year. I will not be buying any more of them.

  • Comment Link Kevin Friday, 01 November 2013 14:35 posted by Kevin

    I purchased a ton of the soft wood pellets last year. I have a Breckwell P24I insert that is cleaned faithfully. These are some of the worst pellets I have ever tried to burn. Very low heat and as much ash and soot as Inferno's. I plan to burn the 30 bags that I have left early and late in the season. I can't wait until they're gone, tired of cleaning the stove daily.

  • Comment Link jon Thursday, 08 August 2013 16:12 posted by jon

    anything on the softwood pellet?

  • Comment Link john deveau Monday, 24 June 2013 14:54 posted by john deveau

    Anybody have any reviews for American Wood Fibers Softwood Pellets. They are for sale at Pellets Direct for $289/ton...$279/ton if you buy 3+ tons... I see reviews for the hardwood but not softwood

  • Comment Link Nate Saturday, 16 February 2013 13:29 posted by Nate

    Nice pellet. High heat, low ash and no haze on window after three days of burning. 4.19 per bag or 179 a ton from TSC. Going to get more for the rest of the season. Stove: Savannah Westpoint cleaned daily of ash, window as needed.

  • Comment Link Parker Saturday, 26 January 2013 02:36 posted by Parker

    This is first year I've used AWF pellets. I consider myself a journeyman pellet burner by now. Been so for 14 plus years. I use Harman XXV and P43 pellet stoves. Low ash and VERY good heat output from this pellet although too many fines in each bag. Will use another brand next year.

  • Comment Link Chris Sunday, 09 December 2012 04:03 posted by Chris

    I purchased 2 tons of these thinking I purchased ligistics (which I was very happy with)well out of 10 bags my auger got stuck with a piece of wood. Fixed that problem quickly but 4 days later a klunk and stove shut down like it should. Looked up to correct problem it took a whole day for my insert to be pulled out from wall to find a big chuck of wood that jammed my auger tight. Called the store where I bought them from and told them I had these 3years ago and they were terrible would they take them back the reply was yes but at another 60.00 to p/u the rest of 2 tons. I have to screen all the bags for wood pieces.The rest of the bag had slivers of wood my grandchildren and I picked out. I was told I could strain all my bags. I should be putting up Christmas decoration or baking cookies with my grandchildren not picking through pellets. Very Very unhappy

  • Comment Link Mike Thursday, 29 November 2012 23:43 posted by Mike

    I burned approximately a half ton of these last season in my Whitfield stove. Burned very hot and had moderate to high ash. I wouldn't hesitate to buy them again, just not my favorite pellet yet.

  • Comment Link jim shields Wednesday, 28 November 2012 00:06 posted by jim shields

    I purchased a ton of this American Wood Fibers and it is nothing but cardboard and burns way to fast. I thought it was the same as last years that I got from Home Depot but not. Stove is a Heatilator 35000 btu after burning 10 bags we had to dimantle the stove to clean it.

  • Comment Link micael Sunday, 21 October 2012 03:55 posted by micael

    I have an Englander 2200 that I bought last season. I burned 20 bag of these last year. The price was great and they burned slower then the bags of soft wood okanagan's I burned. I noticed little difference maybe less ash with the soft wood but it wasn't that much of a difference. I couldn't find these this year I have a few bags left in the garage from last season. Bought 12,000 pounds of Green Supreme waiting for the weather for cool. Had the stove on one morning this season but that was two weeks ago.

  • Comment Link jimmy Sunday, 14 October 2012 04:52 posted by jimmy

    i live on long island and am kinda new to pellet heating i bought these pellets last year and was very happy with them does any one were i can find them again. home depot changed to stove chow and the reviews are terrible

  • Comment Link Gregory Lafler Sunday, 12 February 2012 16:45 posted by Gregory Lafler

    I own a Englander 2200 Sq ft Pellet stove. American wood fiber Pellets are inconsistant I bought a ton at the beginning of the year loved the heat from pellets but high ash! I bought a second ton at Tractor Supply. Still high ash but the heat wasnt there! a little disapointed in the difference. I probably will do some more research for next year before buying another ton!

  • Comment Link John Sunday, 22 January 2012 13:11 posted by John

    I have a Harman PF100 and have had no problems with PFW pellets, bought them at early season sell at Lowes $189 a ton and then 10% off with military discount. The only negative I found is that they are dusty out of the bag, but I will buy again at the right price.

  • Comment Link Norm Saturday, 10 December 2011 03:10 posted by Norm

    I have an Avalon Astoria and this is my 2nd year burning wood pellets. I've burned every type of wood pellets I can find that are under $5 a bag and most are $4. I've noticed almost no difference in any of them. I clean the stove about every 3 days and never adjust it. This brand burns as well as any other and the price is right.

  • Comment Link Scott Kozar Monday, 05 December 2011 22:04 posted by Scott Kozar

    I've got a US Stove model 4041. These pellets don't put out a lot of heat and they create way too much ash. They are cheap and can be used in a pinch but I wouldn't buy them if any other brand were available.

  • Comment Link rks130 Saturday, 29 October 2011 18:16 posted by rks130

    Picked up a dozen and a half bags at our local HD. I am new to pellet heat but they seem quite fine and superior to other brands I have burned.

  • Comment Link Dennis Saturday, 05 February 2011 14:35 posted by Dennis

    They burn very well with the feed turned down and the blowers turned up on our stove. Took a while to figure that out. We were getting a pot full of ash after one bag. But after changing the blower and feed settings we get less than a 1/2 pot of ash per bag.Im guessing that means the pellets are very hard and packed takes along time to burn each one. Although they dont produce as much heat as Summerset pellets they do last longer.

  • Comment Link Dave Saturday, 15 January 2011 15:48 posted by Dave

    The very best pellets I have ever utilized. Very low ash and high burn. I will try and find them next year. This year purchased at Farm & Tractor Store.

  • Comment Link cj Thursday, 13 January 2011 00:10 posted by cj

    Love the way they burn, very clean no clinkers at all. good $ got them at tractor supply northeast PA. breckwell big E stove.

  • Comment Link jeff Tuesday, 16 November 2010 15:35 posted by jeff

    These seem to be burning very hot and I woujld recommend them. Much hotter than the Instant Heat that I used to burn.

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