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Okanagan Wood Pellets

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Okanagan Wood Pellet fuel pellets

Okanagan and Westwood Super Premium pellets are made from 100% softwood sawdust. There are no additives, bark or other possible contaminants. Okanagan's meet the Super Premium standard of the Pellet Fuel Institute.

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  • Comment Link Massachusetts Mike Tuesday, 04 November 2014 03:04 posted by Massachusetts Mike

    Great pellet, very clean burn, window stayed clean and the ash was almost half of what I expected. I cleaned my TPS-35 in between each brand to get a more accurate test and heat output as well ash level were by far the best with these

  • Comment Link Pat OConnor Wednesday, 10 September 2014 00:49 posted by Pat OConnor

    How long does one bag of Okanagan Douglas Fir last in comparison to one bag of Orford Premier Super Premium Hardwood Pellet?

  • Comment Link Jsr Thursday, 23 January 2014 02:24 posted by Jsr

    I use a pb150 Pinnacle Pellet Boiler - and this is the best pellet I have ever used. It burns long enough so I can run my unit on 16 minute cycles to burn less pellets. It also burns hot enough so that I am usually in the pilot cycle very quickly...and such a clean ash as well.

    They are expense pellets...but...you get what you pay for and certainly less repairs with fan failure caused by thick ash.

  • Comment Link jon Thursday, 08 August 2013 16:28 posted by jon

    I have a Heatilator Cab50 stove and use it to heat my entire house. Used these pellets last year and liked them a lot. Great heat. Low ash. Last year was my first with a stove and I started off with some hardwood pellets that I did not like. I would buy these again but am thinking of trying Cleanfire Pacific or Curran Softwood this year.

  • Comment Link Timmer Wednesday, 24 April 2013 15:37 posted by Timmer

    2004 Accentra Insert: compared to the previous heating season, was disappointed with the amount of fines, ash content and soot. We burn around 4 ton/season. I agree with other commenters that the bag isn't the only thing that changed. I've decided to spend an extra $10/ton and try the Turman brand for the upcoming season.

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