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Eureka Elite Super Premium Douglas Fir
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Don’t buy ! I bought 3 tons of the premium Douglas fur. They are full of sawdust. You must screen before use or they clog the stove. I weighed the sawdust and averaged 5-6 pounds per bag. I have a new Harmon P68 stove and haven’t had any problems with other pellets. I found Golden Fire at Lowes and they are great. Clean and put out way more heat.
Been burning pellets for about 15 years. They all seem to ebb and flow. Eureka’s production was pretty bad in 2008-2010. If you look, most pellets were bad do to the housing market and low raw material availability.
That being said I have burned the Premium in my cabin and Elite in my house for 2 full seasons and starting this 13-14 with no complaints. The big piece is upgrading stoves; Ditch the top feed crap & get a Bottom Fed Harmon or what I have is a Quadra-Fire. The Elite runs 80% of the day medium blower and leaves my pan full about once every 6-8 days depending on the outside temp.
I have gotten light, dark, even pellets with blue & red streaks but nothing different. I would say check your auger speed, most of the time wasted fuel is due to not taking the time to sit down and calibrate the speed.
I burn some pellets from S.Dakota too when I can but they are all about the same. My opinion you wouldn’t waste premium gas in a 1991 Geo Metro. Get a nice stove, burn nice pellets.
what exactly is in the eureka premium pellets? Are there chemicals to help the burn, or products other than evergreen family of woods. Important to know as I want to use it in our horse stables. Thank you