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EasyBlaze Wood Pellets

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2 Types of EasyBlaze Pellets are available.

EasyBlaze Super Premium Softwood

  • Southern Yellow Pine
  • Very low moisture (as low as 5.56%)
  • High heating value (up to 8980 BTU/lb - dry basis)
  • Extended burn time
  • Environmentally friendly & renewable energy source
  • CO2-neutral
  • No chemical binders or additives
  • Subject to regular third party testing

EasyBlaze Premium Blend Hard/Softwood 

  • Perfect blend of Oak/Hickory/Southern Yellow Pine
  • Low ash (as low as 0.28%)
  • Low moisture (less than or equal to 8%)
  • High heating value (as high as 8817 BTU/lb - dry basis)
  • Extended burn time
  • Environmentally friendly & renewable energy source
  • CO2-neutral
  • Subject to regular third party testing

Additional Info

  • Admin Review: Sept 2017: The company just reached out to me asking if they can mail me out some bags of pellets! So I will have an update here soon. If I remember, these pellets were really good. Nov 1 2017 - Hands down one of the better pellets on the market this year! Both the super and the blend are awesome!

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  • Comment Link Tony Rago Saturday, 09 December 2017 14:21 posted by Tony Rago

    I rate these pellets at a 9/half out of 10..only due to lot of fines in the bag but, if your stove is not finicky or fussy, no problem.. fines burn up same as pellets.
    I have a harman P61A so a "10" for Harman users..
    excellent heat... light grey powdery ash just like good clinkers..
    the super Premo's in my expirience are next best pellets from douglas firs and
    at lot less cost.. 80-100.00 less..
    I paid 249.00 and scooped up 4 tons this winter. Firs are around 350.00 or more here.... Don't need them... get these great softwoods without even testing a bag.. Trust me!!!

  • Comment Link Jeff Tuesday, 10 October 2017 02:19 posted by Jeff

    I'm always on the look out for low ash, high heat pellets. I found out any company can say their pellets are "premium" but it's not always true. I don't buy any pellets with 1% ash. Never! I heard about these and called the company for the nearest dealer and bought one bag to test. I love these pellets! LOW ash and high heat! They do cost a tad more than the trash pellets but well worth it in the long run. Stop buying trash pellets from the big stores! Take care of your stove and it will take care of you. Try a bag! You'll agree with me and the others.

  • Comment Link Christian Wednesday, 17 May 2017 21:16 posted by Christian

    Are these the Super Premium Softwood or the Premium Hard/Softwood Blend?

  • Comment Link Rich Sunday, 05 February 2017 18:47 posted by Rich

    Found these pellets locally for 250/ton. Tried 10 bags to start just to be sure, and I love them. Immediately ordered a ton to finish off the season. They burn clean, not nearly the amount of clinkers or sawdust as with the BTUetiful douglas fir softwoods I was using and they seem to burn hotter than them as well. I will be buying these for next season as well.

  • Comment Link Tom Monday, 24 October 2016 18:16 posted by Tom

    It is October, I have burned 2 bags due to the cold nights... So far, this pellet is working excellent. The pellets are small for faster burning, and allows for higher heat.. It doesnt leave clinkers in your pot..

    Very nice burn this year, impressed more than last year.

  • Comment Link George Monday, 15 August 2016 12:33 posted by George

    I'm using a Harman and burned 3 tons of Easy Blaze last year. They burned very well. They were better than the New England pellets I burned previously. Hoping to buy more.


  • Comment Link Jeff Adamson Thursday, 07 January 2016 02:47 posted by Jeff Adamson

    We bought a ton last year when the pellets we normally buy(American Wood Fibers) wasnt available. Took a gamble. They worked so well we had 3 ton delivered this summer and our stove(Environ E3) is cranking! I will buy again!

  • Comment Link Todd Ruch Monday, 28 December 2015 00:23 posted by Todd Ruch

    I have a Castle Serenity Stove, and I have been experimenting with the different pellets available from my local Ace hardware store.

    My first couple bags of easyblaze do burn well - but I agree with some of the other posters that there is a LOT of sawdust in the bag. I'm concerned about buying more because I'm not sure what that amount of sawdust will do to my auger.

    I have also used Lignetics and O'Malleys:
    Lignetics seemed very much in the middle. Not as expensive as the easyblaze, and not much dust / sawdust, ash seems to be about in the middle.
    O'Malleys were horrible - won't buy them again. They were the cheapest, but also the dirtiest.

  • Comment Link Sharon Letson Wednesday, 16 December 2015 16:03 posted by Sharon Letson

    Worst pellets we have ever tried. There is so much sawdust in the bag that we have to remove the auger and clean it out every other day. Never had this problem with any other pellet we tried. That being said, when they are burning, they burn well. It is a shame they are not compatible with our stove. Going to try screening the 1/2 ton we have left before burning and see if that makes a difference.

  • Comment Link Leon Tuesday, 03 November 2015 15:51 posted by Leon

    I have a Harman Accentra insert, by far these pellets are the best.
    I am using the hardwood softwood blend. I have the heat of a hardwood, and the ash content of a softwood. Hardwoods burn hotter in my stove i might add.
    These are by the best pellet fuel product i have used.


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