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Maine Woods Pellets Fuel Pellets

Maine Woods pellets are a blend of 65% hardwood and 35% softwood. The hardwood provides a longer burning, high heat fuel while the softwood adds extra durabilty creating a strong pellet that will not crumble.


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  • Comment Link Derek Friday, 24 February 2017 15:22 posted by Derek

    How true is this statement??? Hardwood logs burn longer because their density is higher than softwood. BUT pellets are completely different, both hardwood an softwood are compressed into pellets. The density should be fairly close, the only difference would be in the fibers of the compressed wood. Would that make that much difference? I don't believe it will to make one believe that hardwood is the better choice. The softwood burns hotter. It would take someone smarter/more committed to discovering the truth then I. Taking the time to figure the btu's per bag would be the test. Since softwood produces more btu's ( British Thermal Units per hour) can one say hardwood is better, IF the hardwood pellet burns longer is it better? How much longer? What are the BTU'S per bag for each? If hardwood burns 8400 btus/hr and burns 1.6666lbs/hr for 24 hours at setting 3,4 and softwood produces 8600 btu's/hr for 23 hours at setting 3,4 which is better? NOT ACTUAL RATINGS, JUST AN EXAMPLE

  • Comment Link CJ Saturday, 01 October 2016 00:10 posted by CJ

    I have always used New England until last year. I even had random pellets getting stuck shutting down my Harman stove. Tried dry Creek and loved the difference in ash content so much easier to keep clean. I just purchased a bag of Maine Premium pellets to try have heard mixed reviews

  • Comment Link Steve Tuesday, 17 May 2016 12:08 posted by Steve

    I burn 5 tons per season. This year excessive fine particles were a real problem.

    Went from the best to bust. Cleaned, adjusted, changed gaskets and motors.

    Would burn well for a couple of days (bags), then not so good for a week.

  • Comment Link craig Wednesday, 13 January 2016 18:39 posted by craig

    Great pellet for the money.. Been burning these pellets for 6 years now. I burn 18-24 tons depending on the year of these pellets between my 2 business buildings and my house that I heat with only pellet stoves. I get great heat, long burn time per bag and reasonable ash. With a truck load group buy of a 104 tons at $215.00 a ton delivered you cant go wrong and I will keep burning them.

  • Comment Link Val Monday, 12 October 2015 22:50 posted by Val

    We have not been able to get these so far this year. We have been trying since the first of Sept. and can not find them. We may this year have to find a new brand of pellets.

  • Comment Link B Bess Thursday, 13 August 2015 13:06 posted by B Bess

    We purchased 3 tons of these last year and didn't like them. Made a lot of ash and seemed to burn faster. Prefer to use Green Team.

  • Comment Link Caroline Pooler Thursday, 06 August 2015 14:03 posted by Caroline Pooler

    I've used this brand for the past few years in my Quadrafire stove insert. We burn @ 4- 5 tons/season running the stove 24/7. This pellet throws off good heat and is low ash. Our house is kept warm and toasty and our electricity bills are about 1/3rd what they are when we heat by electric alone.

    Didn't realize how much better this brand was compared to some others that I used in the past until I ran out and due to the shortage had to buy whatever i could find. We bought Lignetics brand - after burning 1 bag we returned the rest and got our money back. Then we bought New England Premium brand which we had burned the first couple of years we had the stove. I was surprised at how much more ash and less heat that this brand had compared to the Maine Woods brand. I will be purchasing Maine Woods pellets again this year.

  • Comment Link Scott Richardson Wednesday, 27 May 2015 00:42 posted by Scott Richardson

    What the Hell you can't buy these pellets in Maine you have to send them all out of state. That stinks.

  • Comment Link Joel Deckler Tuesday, 03 March 2015 08:23 posted by Joel Deckler

    Bought these in a pinch when my local Crabbe dealer ran out. They heat better and are slightly less dusty than the Crabbes.

  • Comment Link Joel Deckler Saturday, 28 February 2015 08:48 posted by Joel Deckler

    I have a Harman XXV.Bought these in a pinch at Wal-Mart, as there is a pellet shortage in my area . My usual ones are Crabbe.

    Contrary to the experience of others ,I'm getting excellent heat and less dust than the Crabbes


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