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Platinum Fire Pellets

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Platinum Fire Pellets claim they are a Super Premium Wood Pellet.

Platinum Fire super premium softwood pellets manufactured by Confluence Energy from Kremmling, Colorado. This product is a 100% softwood pellet. These wood pellets are made from a 20 year supply of Lodgepole Pine tree trunks with no additives.

Platinum Fire Pellets meets or exceeds proposed industry standards for a super premium pellet. These standards require a high level of btus while producing less than .5% of fines and an ash content of less than .5%. Platinum Fire has tested to a dry basis btu in excess of 8500 while producing .34% ash and .29% fines.

2009 Twin Ports Testing test results.  waiting on newer results

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5 comments

  • Comment Link Tim Trask Wednesday, 18 January 2017 23:41 posted by Tim Trask

    platinum pellets do not produce very much heat

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  • Comment Link John in Cheyenne Tuesday, 16 February 2016 02:15 posted by John in Cheyenne

    Jim Larson: I bought about 20 bags in November after my initial assessment was good. I also bought two tons of hardwood pellets from Sam's Club here that I love even better. All my pellets are stored either in my non heated shop which has a concrete floor or in my third garage. I burned a couple bags of the Platinum Fire Pellets with no issues a couple of days ago (February)

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  • Comment Link Jim Larson Tuesday, 19 January 2016 14:27 posted by Jim Larson

    problem with Platinum Fire pellets. Stored outside on covered porch. Brought inside for 24 hours prior to burning. Pellet grate is properly inserted. Pellets are not burning completely. Building up black pellets in grate. Unburned pellets backing up into shoot.

    Anyone else with similar experience?

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  • Comment Link John in Cheyenne Friday, 06 November 2015 01:32 posted by John in Cheyenne

    Any current opinion on this brand? Menard's has this for $222 a ton so I bought three bags to test try them out....

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  • Comment Link Nathan Wednesday, 30 November 2011 22:50 posted by Nathan

    I can get these for 219 a ton right now or I can get somerset hardwood for the same price right now not sure what pellet I should get I'm burning michigan wood pellet right now not very happy with them.

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