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Lignetics Pellets

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Lignetics Pellet wood fuel Pellets.

Lignetics quality control ensures that you are purchasing the best wood pellets, Pres-to-Logs® fire logs or fire starter available. We use only the finest, highest quality raw material available for our products. Lignetics Premium Wood Pellets and Pres-to-Logs® (presto logs) fire logs burn hotter, more efficiently and leave less ash than our competitors, which translates into several distinct benefits.

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  • Comment Link Johnie Naney Saturday, 26 May 2018 21:23 posted by Johnie Naney

    I live Lake Tahoe, Ca. Sierra Mt. Our hardware store here only sells Linetics cwhich I used 3 or 4 years. One of their employees told me to try Goldenfire. I did and I'm hooked. Lots better. Been using them for 10-15 years. nuff said..

  • Comment Link Richard Soto Saturday, 24 February 2018 20:52 posted by Richard Soto

    I burn lignetics. The orange and white bag. They burn hot. But when I do it trips the sensor. And I have to remove the side panel to reset. I found Premium Blazer Douglas Fir pellets. They burn a lot better. Very low ash and only clean out maybe once a week. So to use up my lignetics bags, I have been mixing the two together, still getting very lil ash and don’t have to reset the breaker. Wish Tractor Supply would have more of these Blazer Pellets.

  • Comment Link Sue Thursday, 22 February 2018 13:35 posted by Sue

    I have bought these palettes 2x’s and each time I use them my stove freezes up. Due to a lot of dust.
    Constant cleaning of stove. ?
    Awful...don’t buy.

  • Comment Link John S Wednesday, 21 February 2018 00:49 posted by John S

    I purchased a ton in September 2017. I have used them in the past when I anticipated running low before at winters end.
    After some bags burned poorly, I looked for the manufacture date. It was Dec 2016.
    They are stored in a corrugated metal shed made from skids & 2 x 4's. They are also kept in the original Lingnetics skid cover bag. The shed is two skids high off the ground.

    At least one out of three bags burn poorly with heavy black film on the glass door and burn chamber walls. After as little as a three hour burn there is enough heavy ash build up in the fire box of my Kozi Previa to prevent the electric igniter to light the pellets on the next burn. The stove is On a thermostat control.
    As they winter progresses they burn poorer and poorer.

  • Comment Link scott Tuesday, 02 January 2018 10:02 posted by scott

    I've burned about 10 bags of Lignetics so far. The bags are full of fines and dust, so much that I have to pour pellets in slowly.. The stove needs to be cleaned about every 2-3 bags, I'm not sure what "alot" of ash is as I'm kinda new to the game. Overall I'm happy with them, however a friend of mine loves AWF White Pine so I am going to give them a try. These are putting out 185-190 degrees.

  • Comment Link Kenneth Huckaby Wednesday, 20 December 2017 14:39 posted by Kenneth Huckaby

    Last year I switch from Heaters(Home Depot) to Rocky Mountain(Tractor Supply). With the Heaters I have to clean my stove after every bag. With the Rocky Mountain I had to clean after 3 or 4 bags plus stove gave better heat. My Tractor Supply had Lignetics this year. I purchase a few to see how they worked. First thing I noticed was the bags were a little small but same weight. The pellets were a little darker than the others. After the first burn I actually had clinker in my burn pan. The stove had the new stove smell of hot pain setting(I didn't think pellet stoves did that). The stove was like I had cleaned it inside except for a little tan powder. I thing I will stick with Lignetics for a while.

  • Comment Link T. Kaluza Friday, 01 December 2017 18:07 posted by T. Kaluza

    I have used Lignetics for many years and this year is some new formula and it is not good. The bag with the green writing on it, I should have known there was going to be an issue. Lots of saw dust in the bag, much more ash. Not to mention the price went up. I don't know if the other formula is available but when I run out these bags I guess it is time to move on. For this price I can almost get two bags at the big box store of this crap quality! Maybe I can find the old formula somewhere?

  • Comment Link J Foster Saturday, 18 November 2017 15:28 posted by J Foster

    Guadra Fire Mt Vernon - compared these to Heatrs, took back 1.5 pallets of Heatrs and bought Lignetics. Lignetics are harder soft wood, very minimal sawdust, they burn cleaner and HOTTER and leave less that 1/5 of 1% ash behind and I rarely have to clean the glass on our stove now. VERY happy with Lignetics and you get more value for your money.

  • Comment Link Jeff Tuesday, 14 November 2017 02:30 posted by Jeff

    I have a Harman Eccentra stove. I had to use Lignetics pellets because my brand wasn't available. I hated these pellets! High ash and they turned my window brown with the stain. One bag and I had a tremendous amount of ash building up in the pot. It must be that they burn differently in different stoves I just don't understand why people say it's low ash? I couldn't wait until the five bags that I bought were finished. If my brand became available I would have returned these trash pellets.

  • Comment Link Bryon Monday, 20 February 2017 18:36 posted by Bryon

    I have a Breckwell pellet stove. I have used the Lignetics brand for a long time.
    Last year I kinda noticed they weren't burning as hot nor as clean as in past years. The 2 tons I bought this year are as bad as any crap Walmart sells!
    Had my stove cleaned/ serviced in October.
    It's so filthy now 4 months that I have to have it cleaned again and that's NOT using the stove every day.
    They changed something in their pellets, same price but the pellets are pure junk. NEVER AGAIN!


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