I do not have any info on these wood pellets yet but they look like they are from Canada for sure.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
I just picked up two tons of these Marta pellets. So far, only after burning one bag, it’s been good. Good heat and low dust. I don’t get any smell out of my pellet stove. Last year I burned 2 tons of Wood and Sons. They were the dustiest pellets I ever bought. But, they burned clean
Did you find this review helpful? Yes No
I read all these horrible reviews and I just don’t see the same. These are low dust, very clean, and high heat. Creosote buildup? You new to pellet stoves, buddy? I get buildup just as bad from Supreme Douglas Fir. Bad smell? You either have a leak or are not using an internal combustion chamber, you shouldn’t be pumping the afterburn into your house. I smell nothing in the burn, no significant difference from Douglas Fir. They’re good pellets, especially for price.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (2) No
These left a thin black film, almost a creosote coating. I only burned about 7 bags, but it took me almost 4 hours to clean my stove. I have a Harman Invinsible, that Burns pretty much everything. After I cleaned it (the glass was very difficult to get clean) I figured I would try one more bag. Yup, the glass at the bottom started building up again. Because the stove burns everything well, I had already bought a ton. Now I guess I’ll be mixing them in. It’s too bad though, the heat is good, and it is has some of the lowest ash of all the pellets I have ever burned in the past 4 years. Makes me wonder if it is a bad batch.
First time burning Matra pellets , normally I use northern warmth supreme Douglas fir , but they were sold out and they said that people been using Matra anyway the heat is good The smell of white pine sucks it is horrible I hate it , smells like a mixture of cat urine and pine sol , I bought 6 bags and I just returned the 5 bags I have left .. I do not recommend these Matra pellets to anyone , if you want a really good pellet pay the extra money and get Northern Warmth Supremes With the NW I get 23 hours of heat from one bag …
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (3) No
We use hammer hot ones for years and where we buy our pellet the guy gave me 2 bags of Matra to try .Well I must say the heat is Awsome somehow better than hammer Very low ash. There is a smell but that’s ok !
The Matra 100% softwood pellet is great. I usually burn a hardwood pellet. I decided to try a few bags and now I am buying by the ton. Great heat and very low ash. Plus I like the pine smell.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (7) No
Have EcoChoice CAB50. Like that I have not had as much ash or have to clean the firepot. Like the quick ignite. Heat I’m not sure on. Hasn’t gotten super cold yet here in CT. Down side is they are dirty. Black ash/soot inside the firebox. Won’t buy again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (3) No (1)
Not a huge fan. Pros- the heat production is good and very low ash Cons- pellet has a distinct unpleasant smell and it’s a dirty pellet leaving my glass black as well as the inside.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (10) No (4)
These are absolutely the best pellet that I have put in my harman p61 High heat and super low ash!
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (17) No (1)
Mantra – Canadian softwood pellets.
Solid perform at the $250 a ton price point in the RI/MA area. Nice long burn time, sub <.25% ash. These pellets left almost nothing in the burn pot on my Quadrafire Mt. Vernon insert. Decently clean burner with expected amount of bag dust. Bags were a bit thin and can rip easily when handling. Found to have a lower BTU than expected but does make for a comfortable Fall/Spring pellet. Not sure they can keep up with sub 20° winter wind. Not bad choice for the milder winter.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (14) No