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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 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.

  • Comment Link J.Laflash Thursday, 07 February 2013 01:39 posted by J.Laflash

    I have a Harman accentra and I purchased a ton and a third of okanagen pellets last year .The pellets were purchased the week of Christmas i used 2 bags of the pellets .Came home on Christmas day and the stove was out with pellets in the hopper.Shut stove off and restarted stove would not feed pellets into burn pot.I spent close to 4 hours takin stove apart removed auger from stove and found rocks in the auger compartment.Auger was jammed from the rocks in the pellet bag .The next business day I brought empty pellet bag and the rocks from my stove to Royal Fireside and asked if there was a extra charge for the rocks .They looked at me like I was from another planet said they were goin to contact the company.I think im all set with Okanagan Pellets...

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