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Olympus Wood Pellets

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By Coeur d’ Alene Fiber Fuels.  Super premium softwood pellets from the wood pellet producing tree in the world, the Douglas Fir.

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  • Comment Link Todd Friday, 29 December 2017 18:43 posted by Todd

    These pellets have been made in Shelton, WA since 2011.

    http://www.woodbioenergymagazine.com/magazine/2012/1212/article-Olympus%20Pellets.php

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  • Comment Link Ann B Tuesday, 12 December 2017 15:27 posted by Ann B

    Love the Olympus pellets...burned hot with very little ash. Bought a different brand..hate them, cant wait to find Olympus pellets again.

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  • Comment Link Bill lowers Monday, 20 March 2017 22:45 posted by Bill lowers

    Whitfeild modle 30
    2016 olynpus pellets really ate my steel in the pellet stove this year. Webt through one burn pot, now i see the steel slide tube is dateritaed. .
    I have never had a problem with burnibg pellets. This 4 ton i have used 201/17 winter
    Has cost me 4x more maint and money wigh repaceing burned out parts over 1 season

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  • Comment Link Kurk Saturday, 31 December 2016 18:48 posted by Kurk

    Olympus Pellet fuel is the best pellet fuel I have ever used in the 10 years of using pellet fuel. Compared to 2 year old Blazer pellets, my stove runs at 1 heat setting lower because these pellets burn hotter, ash is also slightly less. I have always thought Blazers were good pellets, but I believe the Olympus pellets are one notch better. They burn hotter, don't crumple as easy, have less dust in the bag and less ash to clean up.

    I put a long pellet in the hole of the fire box (fire rod side) and let it stick out about 1/16" so the fire rod is close to the protruding pellet. I pile a small amount of pellets around the protruding pellet inside the fire box. I use this technique for all brand of pellets I use and my stove always starts fast and consistent. My stove is a Englander insert, 5 years trouble free service.

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  • Comment Link Betty Merrifield Monday, 30 November 2015 18:47 posted by Betty Merrifield

    We are having trouble finding a dealer. Cottonwood Creek a heating does not carry them. We live in Buena Vista, Colorado 81211. We would be interested in at least two pallets

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  • Comment Link Wayne Sunday, 04 January 2015 05:36 posted by Wayne

    Using a Whitfield Advantage II stove, and I have to say that, so far, these are the hottest pellets I have ever tried. Low ash and plenty of heat. The price at Tractor Supply is $5.49/bag.....a little higher than I'm used to paying, but considering the additional heat, I'd say it's worth it.

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  • Comment Link brett Thursday, 10 October 2013 21:12 posted by brett

    i use these pellets aswell and have been nothing but happy with them. burn pot staysvery clean vitually no clean ever and just fly ash to clean maybe once a month. I would recommend for anyone to try these pellets. I only use 3/4 of a bag a day in dead of winter with my Heatilator cab 50. these pellets seem to burn hot.

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  • Comment Link Craig Freeman Saturday, 05 October 2013 19:07 posted by Craig Freeman

    I am a new Lopi AGP pellet stove owner, but not new to pellet stoves.

    The dealer AA Wood stoves near Tacoma, WA, recommended I use Olympus pellets and in fact gave us a 1/2 ton free with the stove to try them out.

    After using a couple bags I could tell these were high quality pellets. The burn was consistent with stable heat output and ash levels were comparable to other brands of Douglas Fir if not a little less.

    I have a daily habit to check and sweep the burn pot and weekly, monthly yearly scheduled cleaning. During my first week, I had no clinkers, just fine dust and some fly ash on flat surfaces. So far I am sold on these pellets.

    Craig Freeman

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  • Comment Link Barbara Zerby Saturday, 23 February 2013 17:03 posted by Barbara Zerby

    This colder winter were burning around the clock, clean every other day stove, more ash we seem to have. please explane.
    Thank you
    Barbara Zerby
    Sierra Supreme 40lb bag 100% natural dougless fir

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  • Comment Link jj Tuesday, 13 November 2012 01:58 posted by jj

    i have 2 bosca soul 700 inserts stoves to heat my house. I am currently burning a ton of these as well as a ton of clean burn. They both put out a lot of heat and olympus make a great pellet. My only observation is that my burn pot has more ash build up after a full day of burning then the clean burns do. However the heat and flame is consistent throughout the day.

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