NEW AWESOME WOOD PELLET TO MARKET. From the Fir trees of Canada come some outstanding softwood pellets to the east coast.
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Tried the Clean Fire pellets for the first time this year and very disappointed. I burned them in my Quadra Fire Castille stove and I have never seen so much ask collecting in the burn pot! I have to clean out the burn pot a minimum of twice a day for the stove to run! Now on the other hand there is very little ash collecting in the fire box, only the burn pot. I have burned some other brands this year including Cubex and Energex and I am not getting this problem with them, so not sure what’s up with the Clean Fire pellets?
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First time user of these pellets. Learned that there were many, many pallets of pellets in fields. My original order had obvious moisture damage. The pellet company was excellent about replacing the whole order. NOW I’m struggling with the things igniting. Replaced all components… ignition stick (3),. exhaust temperature sensor (2), and the burn pot. Only one thing left… THE PELLETS!
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Lowest ash I have found! 1/2 of anybody else’s. 5 stars
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Same issue with the same Harman Accentra stove. Ran into problem with my igniter burning these Clean Fires last year. They burn great, very hot, and little ash, but the ash is super fine. Additionally the amount of “dust” in the bags was terrible. Caused problems for me.
I think I will stick with hardwoods in the future. The extra BTU from softwood is nice but I really dont see the advantage when paying so much more here in New England for softwood pellets.
I have a Harman Accentra 52i and bought these pellets last year. While the Douglas Fir burned great with very little ash the ash it did produce was so fine that it would fall into the little holes over the igniter and would prevent the stove from lighting frequently. It would require much more frequent opening the box to vacuum out. In the matter of a week it would need cleaning again. At first I thought it was an igniter problem, replaced it and still had the issue. I will go back to the lower BTU grade as I would rather empty the ash tray a little more than having to clean out the box. Curious if anyone else had this problem.
Burning them for years. Good pellet..