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Inferno Wood Pellets

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Inferno Wood Pellets Fuel

Inferno Wood Pellets are high quality pellets based in Rumford location. They are known for quality service and a product that exceeds the standards for premium pellets. "We have made considerable improvements in our process and have higher test results. " Tom Avila"

Inferno Wood Pellets offers the highest quality of wood pellets for commercial clients at their Rumford location. We are known for our quality service and our product exceeds the standards for premium grade pellets. We service customers throughout Rhode Island and in parts of Massachusetts and Connecticut.

Environmentally Friendly Products:

  • Recycled wood products
  • Hardwood pellets
  • All natural and energy efficient

Plant Location:

275 Ferris Avenue
Rumford, RI 02916

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  • Comment Link Weltha Barker Cumings Tuesday, 14 October 2014 14:02 posted by Weltha Barker Cumings

    Brought 6 tons of your pellets. Since 1992 have used New England Pellets. When the shortage came last spring I got a bag of your pellets. Liked the way they burned so this year when Hamshaw Lumber of Keene had there sale I got the six ton. They were delivered. now it came time to put them on the porch. Your bagging of these pellets sucks. Your sealer needs something done to it. Had 5 bags blown up. ,3 bags seals broke as we put them on my porch. could keep these bags ,some pellets lost. Brought others back to store ,they exchanged them. didn't have to do this with other pellets, they have a great bagging thing. Hope you can fix this problem. Still have 2 ton to open .

  • Comment Link rob Monday, 06 October 2014 02:14 posted by rob

    older inferno pellets from rhode island (2012) were horrible. very little heat and very very dirty. we actually contacted the company and were re-imbursed the full amount of our purchase (over 600.00) and we were allowed to keep the pellets. i've heard the new infrerno gold are being manufacturered somewhere else, not in rhode island

  • Comment Link Mark foisy Sunday, 05 October 2014 22:24 posted by Mark foisy

    Just bought 3 tons of inferno pellets from Lowes using my military discount thinking I'm getting a good deal but now reading all of these reviews you people are scaring the hell out of me ...Mark

  • Comment Link Gary Monday, 31 March 2014 18:20 posted by Gary

    I bought two tons of Inferno pellets a couple of years ago and were the worst pellets I ever used. They would be great in the summer to air condition my house. They must be ice cubes in pellet form. Wouldn't take any more of these even if they were free. Had to clean my stove at least once a day and sometimes twice. I burned them in a Cornflame stove. Couldn't even melt butter on the stove.

  • Comment Link jeff wright Monday, 10 March 2014 23:02 posted by jeff wright

    I don't understand how the reviews can be so different. Some people love 'em some people hate 'em. I used to think it was from batch to batch getting a different mix of source materials and sold under the same brand. Now I'm starting to think that it is more a matter of your particular stove. I lucked out and got some Inferno pellets at Lowes Concord NH 3/9/2014 during a pellet shortage. Someone was returning tons so I was concerned about what I might be getting. What a pleasant surprise when I starting burning these. They burn hotter than anything else I have tried so far, (except maybe the same as Cubex) allowing me to slow down the feed rate, and the glass is staying clean. I'm only on my second bag so I don't have long term information. I usually shut it down for a quick cleaning daily but I skipped it today. I have an older Lopi Pioneer I bought used, so it's a top feeder. It is piped into a central chimney in an old home where a wood stove used to be.

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