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Corinth Wood Pellets LLC manufactures premium hardwood pellet fuel from 100% natural wood fiber harvested in Maine. We began manufacturing in 2007, and are recognized as the premier wood pellet manufacturer in the state.

Corinth Premium Wood Pellets now produces hardwood and softwood pellets. They are made from 100% clean sawmill residue with a bark content of less than 1%. This ensures that our customers have less ash but higher BTU's in every bag of our pellets.

We are known for quality.

 

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  • Comment Link Earlyam Thursday, 12 November 2015 23:03 posted by Earlyam

    This is an old review. Corinth now has 100% softwood and 80% soft 20 % hard. Both burn great!

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  • Comment Link Ron Friday, 10 April 2015 19:44 posted by Ron

    I've had a Harman Accentra pellet stove for 3 years and burned, Cubex, Crabbe, LaCrete, La Granules du Bois, Corinth and Maine Woods Pellets. Obviously there are many brands that I haven't tried. Corinth pellets have become my favorite, followed by Cubex and Maine Woods. Corinth ranks at the top because they produce a more grannular ash and thus less soot that clings to the heat exchanger baffles. Buildup on the flues are where you lose the most heating efficiency. I really don't care how much falls in the ash pan or how often I have to empty it, but for maximum heat and efficiency the cleaner the heat exchanger baffles are, the better. Some brands also have more sawdust that clings to the hopper retarding the fall of pellets creating for more stove attention to push pellets down the hopper. In the end, actual BTU's of heat were about the same for all pellets because a ton of dry wood is a ton of dry wood whether softwood, hardwood or mixed. The significant factors seem to be how your stove combustion air flow contributes to best burn efficiency and the ability of the heat exchanger baffles to stay clean.

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  • Comment Link Matt Thursday, 12 February 2015 23:55 posted by Matt

    I am more than half way through my second year with an Ashley pellet stove. Last year pellets in RI/MA sold out so I decided to buy 3 tons in the fall. Prtobably a bad idea.

    I bought three tons of the Corinth softwood pellets and ultimately am not very satisfied.

    My initial impressions. The bags have small perforations along the back side that can allow moisture to enter. I store in my garage so 99% of my pellets are dry however they could be higher in moisture content???

    The pellets are all crushed. I am into my third ton and honestly the average length of the pellets are between 1/8-3/8 in length. It seems to clog up my pot and prevent proper airflow.

    If I try to burn at any rate above the lowest feed setting the pot overflows!!!! Im using more oil with my traditional furnace because of this. I simple cant turn up the stove heat.

    The plus side. if they work in your model stove, they are hot as hell!!!! At the lowest setting the stove heats my hoouse alone until the outside temperature goes below 30 F.



    There is a tremendous amount of dust in the bags when

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  • Comment Link Kenneth D. Bragg Tuesday, 13 January 2015 23:51 posted by Kenneth D. Bragg

    I have been using there product for a while and they are usually good. Tonight I poured a bag of Corinth soft wood pellets into my clean and running stove. What a Dam Mess, They were wet and broken mush!
    Wet and broken MUSH!
    I purchased them today and the Paris farmers union in.Winthrop Maine were I will return them. Te upc code on the side reads 8-5792300201 3 They better not say it is because of soft wood as i have burned soft wood before to get the quick high heat- these are just junk

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  • Comment Link Kenneth D. Bragg Tuesday, 13 January 2015 23:51 posted by Kenneth D. Bragg

    I have been using there product for a while and they are usually good. Tonight I poured a bag of Corinth soft wood pellets into my clean and running stove. What a Dam Mess, They were wet and broken mush!
    Wet and broken MUSH!
    I purchased them today and the Paris farmers union in.Winthrop Maine were I will return them. Te upc code on the side reads 8-5792300201 3 They better not say it is because of soft wood as i have burned soft wood before to get the quick high heat- these are just junk

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  • Comment Link Patty Monday, 03 November 2014 22:49 posted by Patty

    I have a Napoleon Pellet Stove, which I admit to being somewhat dissatisfied with. I usually use a blend of hardwood/soft wood, but because they were all out, I tried the Corinth Premium Softwood. They have surprised me with how much heat is thrown, and there is much less ash. I'm probably going to get a couple of ton. Worth the extra bit of money. I can put the stove on a lower setting...

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  • Comment Link Steve Clark Tuesday, 07 October 2014 10:52 posted by Steve Clark

    Although people give their comments about certain brands of pellets...the key to a satisfactory result is to find the brand that best works in your stove. On that note , you must start with a quality stove...then try several brands to narrow your search, for instance, when first burning a product in my stove (an Ausrtoflamm) I found one brand to leave chinkers. Trying another brand I could turn the stove all the way up and still did not get much heat. I finally tried New England pellets and could not have been happier other than they do produce a large amount of ash. This year, due to a lack of supply, I have just tried Corinth pellets and not only are they great in my stove, but they are very low ash and will be worth the extra 25 cents per bag. Heat output is outstanding.

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  • Comment Link Matt from Hampden Tuesday, 17 December 2013 21:18 posted by Matt from Hampden

    I got a new Harman Accentra last year. Burned Corinth pellets and was very satisfied. This year (2013-2014) VERY DISAPPOINTED. Much more ash, requiring more pellets per day. Last year could go 2 weeks without a cleaning. This year - every 5 days. MANY long, uncut pellets that make a horrible screeching sound in my auger. Lots of sawdust, too - very messy. No more Corinth for me. Too bad, since I really want to buy local, but the product has to be quality - these pellets are awful.

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  • Comment Link David Boring Tuesday, 01 February 2011 05:37 posted by David Boring

    Of the three brands I've burned, Corinth produced the least heat. A medium-high amount of ash, one clinker. Burned a little dirty. Had one or two occasions of bridging, due to long pellets.

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  • Comment Link Bill Nickerson Monday, 22 November 2010 01:34 posted by Bill Nickerson

    I have used Corinth Pellets in the past and thought they were very good. This year I have bought 3 or 4 bags and have decided that I will not buy the two ton that I need from them. The bags have been full of loose sawdust which clog my pellet stove and they seem to be damp although that may be my imagination. It's to bad to see a good product go by the wayside.

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