Ash less than .25% –
Fines less than .05% –
Moisture less than 6% –
No additives 100% Douglas Fir –
Very low chlorides & sodium content –
Heating value 8353 BTU/lb –
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Harman P68, runs 24×7 (minus 30 minutes cleaning once per week) in MA just east of Prov, RI.
Packsaddle pellets, although a bit pricier, are by far the cleanest and longest lasting pellets I’ve used too date. Very low ash, glass stays clean, cleanup is easy as the ash doesn’t stick. I use less to keep an entire 3-story 3900SqFt home warm than with any other pellet, so the price evens out. This year I burned some Easy Blaze (on nights above 35 degrees, and packsaddle for all the nights below that). Burned Blazer last year. Both are no comparison to Packsaddle, and I will purchase 6 tons on an early-bird special again this summer (if I can find a distributor in my area again).
I have a quadra fire castile insert. What setting on the control box do you recommend for pack saddle pellets?
I Have been burning packsaddle pellets for two years, This year I have noticed that I have a lot more ash and a coagulated buildup in my burn pot, I have a Harman XXV . On the most part I guess fpr the money they are worth it but Okannagans were much cleaner.
Packsaddle pellets are the BEST!!!! They put out the best heat and VERY little ash!! Trying to fine another place to purchase them around where I live because the place we purchase them always runs out
I switched to packsaddle this year after burning lacrete, New England, north country, and various other brands in past 5 years. What a difference! These burn so clean that I have not yet cleaned my stove once, after running it for a month of heavy use. I can tell it is clean by listening to the stove — when it ignites, the pellets hit the burning pot with a cristal clear sound, meaning no ash left in the pot. The ash tray proves that too. I used to be forced to clean my stove every week, but now….
Yes it is a little more expensive, but you get what you pay for. Definitely the best. My years long experiment is over.
I’ve been burning pellets for 7 years, I’ve tried a lot of different pellets both hard wood and soft wood. I purchased a ton of Packsaddle pellets and by far they are the best pellets I have ever used. They burn clean and hot so there is very little ash left behind. I empty the ash tray every two to three weeks and my stove runs 24/7. If your looking for a new pellet, you need to buy Packsaddle. The price is higher than the other pellets but it’s worth it in maintenance and cleaning.