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Blazer Wood Fuel Pellets from West Oregon Wood Products.

  • Blazer wood fuel pellets burn hot!!!!
  • BLAZER 50–40 lb. bags
  • From: Oregon
  • Source: Douglas Fir Blend
  • Ash Content: 0.3%.
  • BTU (Dry Basis): 9,200 avg.
  • The raw wood is acquired in the "green" (wet) state and dried to the proper moisture content.
  • Precise control of the drying process assures the volatile components will be retained to radiate maximum heat from the burning pellets.
  • BLAZER pellets are regularly tested by independent laboratories to ensure that our pellets exceed the standards established by the PFI (Pellet Fuel Institute) for PREMIUM FUEL classification.
  • Pellet producers across the country are using a large variety of wood species for the manufacturing of pellets. Each possesses its own characteristics that affect the ultimate heating value.
  • West Oregon Wood Products, Inc. has incorporated the finest species available in the Pacific Northwest, Douglas Fir, to produce our high quality premium fuel pellet.

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  • Admin Review: Oct1 2014: Douglas fir pellets are by far the best raw material that I have found used for pellets. These pellets along with the Hot Shot pellets produced hardly any ash and threw out some great heat. Nice job! Super thumbs up pellet. Okanagan Doug Fir pellets can be found over on the east coast and are Awesome as well

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34 comments

  • Comment Link Boone Monday, 13 November 2017 17:38 posted by Boone

    The worst wood pellets I have ever bought. They do not burn completely, the fire box is full of clinkers and has to be cleaned several times each day. Thank god the supplier where I bought these realized the problem and does not carry them any more... Don't know if I got a bad batch or what the issue was, I know it was not my stove.

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  • Comment Link Bruce Davis Saturday, 14 October 2017 17:20 posted by Bruce Davis

    I have a Lennox Country pellet stove and have burned Blazer pellets for years always getting them at home depot. This year home depot is selling Premium. I really prefer using Blazer pellets based on our past experience using them. Where in Fresno, Ca can I get the Blazer pellets

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  • Comment Link Robert Friday, 14 July 2017 15:27 posted by Robert

    Can you use these for cooking like campfire roasting marshmallows and stuff hot dogs and so forth

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  • Comment Link sethmorrissette Thursday, 29 June 2017 11:43 posted by sethmorrissette

    does anyone in the state of Maine carry the blazer wood pellets.

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  • Comment Link Gloria aguilar Friday, 09 June 2017 07:09 posted by Gloria aguilar

    Ok , my husband passed away 8-18-16 any how I would of froze last year thank god he had cut and stockpiled 4-5 cords. Let me tell you as an arthritic 50 some year old women last winter was the longest and hardest time ever for me. I won't be bringing in a wheel barrel and a half of wood next winter!! This chipmunk is getting ready now. So I figure I can go on 1 bag in 22-25 hours at a time still 30 bags a month so for 6 months top how many tons would that be. And DO YOU SELL THEM YEAR ROUND?? In case I can't buy them all in time before our harsh winters. G.

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  • Comment Link anthony e Ha Friday, 27 January 2017 16:18 posted by anthony e Ha

    I need 2ton two ton how much

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  • Comment Link Eduarda Saturday, 21 January 2017 19:55 posted by Eduarda

    Where can I purchase these in Sacramento? Home Depot doesn't carry them any more so we got an off brand. I was very dissatisfied with them, so I'd like to go back to the Blazer Pellets. They burned cleaner and hotter.

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  • Comment Link Mike Friday, 23 December 2016 15:48 posted by Mike

    Where can i get them. I live in mass and the place no longer carries them.

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  • Comment Link Karen anderson Wednesday, 07 December 2016 05:02 posted by Karen anderson

    Where can I buy blazer pellets in the Roseville ca area

    Lopo Foxfire

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  • Comment Link Lynda Fawcett Sunday, 06 November 2016 17:09 posted by Lynda Fawcett

    Where can I buy these pellets in the Sacramento CA area? Home Depot doesn't carry them this year

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