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Okanagan and Westwood Super Premium pellets are made from 100% softwood sawdust. There are no additives, bark or other possible contaminants. Okanagan’s meet the Super Premium standard of the Pellet Fuel Institute.
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I have had a Mt. Vernon, Quadra – Fire pellet stove for five years and as much as possible I have used Okanagan Platinum pellets. This year there has been a big difference in the ash build up. The ash can now has to be emptied every five days, compared to once every three or four weeks and the chunks of clinkers are huge. Also the glass front is built up with jet black ash in three days. My question is – is there something I’m now doing wrong?, Should the settings be changed and if so to what?, or have the pellets changed?
Thanks for your help and any suggestions.
We have a vista pellet stove. We’ve tried probably about 8-10 different pellets. Hammer hot ones were the hottest but left awful clinkers that had us chipping the build up off every 2-3 days. The okanogans were the next hottest and let us clean the stove weekly, with none of the clinkers. It was hard to find them for a ehile but I’m happy to see they’re back.
this year I brugh 3 tons of Okanagan why last year I tried 1 ton
burn very very nice so this year I got 3 tons not all the bags are a light in color and do not smell the same they have a darker color do not burn as good and make my glass black not the same
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I would like to buy 4 tons of Okanagan Douglas Fir premium pellets.
I live at 42 Canterbury Hill
Topsfield, MA 01983
Please advise what the cost breakdown would be.
This product is smelly. I walk into my house and it smells like the greenwood end of a mill. I have had a pellet stove for 12 years and this is the first brand of pellets that I have ever had this issue with. Not a fan.