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American Wood Fibers Hardwood

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AWF Pellets

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.

americanfiberswood

Circleville, OH
(410)290-8700
Rich Whiting

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  • Admin Review: Oct 2014: High heat, low ash and great looking bag that is solid and thick. What else do you want from a pellet. These pellets burned great so they are absolutely added to the "best" list.

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  • Comment Link Gene O. Monday, 11 August 2014 18:31 posted by Gene O.

    i purchased 4 tons of AWF PELLETS BURNED WELL, ABOUT I GALLON OF ASH PER TON.

    1 1/2 BAGS OF DAMP PELLETS OUT OF 4 TONS NOT TO BAD, ONCE YOU DRY THEM, I ADDED THEM TO THE HOPPER A LITTLE AT A TIME NO WASTE

    I READ THESE CRAZY STORIES ABOUT HOW EVERY PELLET PURCHASED IS BAD. MAYBE IT IS YOUR STOVE, OR IT IS NOT ADJUSTED RIGHT.

    I HAVE ONLY USED THREE TYPES OF PELLETS

    1. Lignetics: (5stars) great pellet little or no ash (priced out of my league in NY
    2. American Wood Fibers:(4+stars) I rate it as good as Lignetics because it is so much cheaper in NY. I can live with the little ash I get, and it also does not burn as hot as #1.
    3. New England Wood: (3 stars) Not as good lots of ash could not run stove on low or medium settings, would shut off due to ash buildup. if it was the only pellet I could buy then i would use it.
    Again, for the money A.W.F. does well in my stove I will be purchasing another 5 tons again this year
    I have a Quadra-Fire stove (I like the Round Fire Box, easy to clean)

    MY e-mail address is only for you to get in touch with me not the world please remove it.

  • 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.

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