I do not have any info on these wood pellets yet but they look like they are from Canada for sure.
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Bought some end of 2018 and was please so ordered my amount for 2019. What a mistake. 1 pallet was clean but the other 5 were tons of sawdust. To the point it would shut down the stove. Had to shift every bag. Had as much as 2 cups of dust in the bags. Also bags that were poorly sealed, pellets falling out, getting wet. Twice as much cleaning needed. Strange smell, left a sticky film in the hopper so had to push pellets down manually. Very dissatisfied. Went back to Vermont pellets with no issues for 20/21 season.
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The BTU’S are great but very dirty. Find myself cleaning stove more often since burning these pellets. Wouldn’t recommend these pellets. Low ash but very dirty
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After one year, I bought my usual Maine woods pellets, the Matra seems to only burn clean when it burns hot, under a low flame it is ashy, and does build up creosote. Now, as I said, it could be the occasion batch, not sure. I’ll burn these when it’s coldest out, and see. To “Bob Jones” no buddy, I am not new to pellet stoves, as you can see from my initial review, I have burned many tons of pellets from all manner of manufacturers and have never had any problems at all, only with this one batch of Matra, which could be a bad batch, tough to say. I’ll update the review to 3 stars, since it does seem to burn cleaner when it burns hot. I do not recommend burning this on a day above 35 degrees or so. If you find the same problems, just use them when it is below that approximate temp.
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