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Packsaddle Wood Pellets

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Ash less than .25% -
Fines less than .05% -
Moisture less than 6% -
No additives 100% Douglas Fir -
Very low chlorides & sodium content -
Heating value 8353 BTU/lb -

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  • Admin Review: 9-16-14 : These pellets were absolutely fantastic last year. I'm going to be burning them again this year. West coast pellets are the best by far.

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  • Comment Link Tobias Saturday, 03 March 2018 18:01 posted by Tobias

    I have a quadra fire castile insert. What setting on the control box do you recommend for pack saddle pellets?

  • Comment Link Chuck Davis Tuesday, 13 February 2018 23:41 posted by Chuck Davis

    I Have been burning packsaddle pellets for two years, This year I have noticed that I have a lot more ash and a coagulated buildup in my burn pot, I have a Harman XXV . On the most part I guess fpr the money they are worth it but Okannagans were much cleaner.

  • Comment Link Jody Wednesday, 31 January 2018 03:24 posted by Jody

    Packsaddle pellets are the BEST!!!! They put out the best heat and VERY little ash!! Trying to fine another place to purchase them around where I live because the place we purchase them always runs out

  • Comment Link Yunner Sunday, 26 November 2017 05:58 posted by Yunner

    I switched to packsaddle this year after burning lacrete, New England, north country, and various other brands in past 5 years. What a difference! These burn so clean that I have not yet cleaned my stove once, after running it for a month of heavy use. I can tell it is clean by listening to the stove — when it ignites, the pellets hit the burning pot with a cristal clear sound, meaning no ash left in the pot. The ash tray proves that too. I used to be forced to clean my stove every week, but now....

    Yes it is a little more expensive, but you get what you pay for. Definitely the best. My years long experiment is over.

  • Comment Link Mark Nichol Wednesday, 19 April 2017 02:38 posted by Mark Nichol

    I've been burning pellets for 7 years, I've tried a lot of different pellets both hard wood and soft wood. I purchased a ton of Packsaddle pellets and by far they are the best pellets I have ever used. They burn clean and hot so there is very little ash left behind. I empty the ash tray every two to three weeks and my stove runs 24/7. If your looking for a new pellet, you need to buy Packsaddle. The price is higher than the other pellets but it's worth it in maintenance and cleaning.

  • Comment Link Eddie Tuesday, 14 February 2017 02:39 posted by Eddie

    These are by far the best pellets I have ever run through my stove. I have used Oakanagan, La Crete, LG's and a couple others I can't think of right now. I went three weeks before emptying the ash pan and it still wasn't full. Harmon Accentra insert.

  • Comment Link Frank Sanders Monday, 23 November 2015 17:33 posted by Frank Sanders

    By far the best pellet. This is my 3rd year of burning Packsaddle pellets not only do they burn better and completely with no clinkers I have burned less which saves me money and I don't have to transport them Par lumber delivers no charge. Best pellet I have found in 6 years of burning pellets.

  • Comment Link mike Monday, 29 December 2014 01:24 posted by mike

    I have a country stoves Winslow model PI40 (now owned by Lennox) that I have been running for about 8 years. I have used many brands of pellets with no problems but have noticed a difference in ash and fines build up from brand to brand. A close inspection of your photos of Saddle back pellets showes the problem that I have with these pellets. You'll see pellets 1/2", 1" and even 1 1/2". These longer pellets clog up my auger which results in low pellet flow that causes my "proof of fire" switch which shuts off my stove (yes I have replaced this switch). And what makes it worse. the configuration of my stove hopper will only allow me to use a 3/4" PVC pipe to vacuum it out which of course clogs up almost immediately with the larger pellets. So I guess the next step is to remove and dismember my stove to clean out these pellets. One positive thing I noticed is that running the pellets through my shop vacuum fractures a lot of the larger pellets. I won't be buying this brand again and I will insist on opening a sample bag before I buy a pallet of pellets.

  • Comment Link Francis Wednesday, 08 October 2014 19:00 posted by Francis

    Your Nearest PARR Lumber should be able to get these for you.

  • Comment Link Robert Moore Monday, 24 March 2014 02:25 posted by Robert Moore

    Where can I buy Packsaddle pellets in Washington State?