Corinth Wood Pellets LLC manufactures premium hardwood pellet fuel from 100% natural wood fiber harvested in Maine. We began manufacturing in 2007, and are recognized as the premier wood pellet manufacturer in the state.
Corinth Premium Wood Pellets now produces hardwood and softwood pellets. They are made from 100% clean sawmill residue with a bark content of less than 1%. This ensures that our customers have less ash but higher BTU’s in every bag of our pellets.
We are known for quality.
Are Corinth Wood Pellets Food Grade. I have a Pellet Burning Pizza Oven.
Something happened this year to Corinth pellets. I have used them for 3 years now and they have always been short, blond, burned well, and no clinkers. Like the pellets in these pictures. This year they are much longer and sort of a green/dark brown color. They throw off decent heat, and seem to burn a little longer, but they have jammed up the feed several times, and if I turn my heat to anything higher than low, they fill the burn box into a charcoal brickette like clinker, and that shuts off my stove because the pellets just bounce right off. I guess I have to find a new pellet.
Same as the last commenter ultra-premium are you kidding me not with Ash content like this even the so-called super premium is just Ash Ash Ash and not much heat good thing I did not make the mistake of buying a ton of this junk and you’re right what is that rock in the burn pot that’s left over
What JUNK I thought these pellets improved with the new so-called Ultra premium name these pellets are awful burned one bag and found a clinker that look like a meteorite from outer space in the burn pot spoke with a woman at Corner wood pallets that answered the phone ask her if these pallets had changed it all they told me that they were just relabeled Ultra Premium looks like rebagg Pennington cheap Walmart pellets awful
So far this season, Corinth is tied with LaCrete and ahead of Cubex in leaving lower residue in the bag. I hope this means lower ash content.
I have a Harman XXV. During previous seasons, I set the feed rate to #4. This season its set between 2 and 3, although it seems to be burning the pellets at the same rate, even tho its been a warmer fall.