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Maine Woods Softwood Pellet

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A premium wood pellet has no additives like glue or other adhesives.

We offer premium 100% softwood pellets from Maine Woods Pellet Company, located in Athens, Maine. This pellet is 100% Pine. The raw materials for these pellets come from sustainable woodlands that are owned and managed by certified Master Loggers.

The highest grade pellets.


100% softwood pellets from Maine Woods Pellet Company, located in Athens, Maine. The raw materials for these pellets come from sustainable woodlands that are owned and managed by certified Master Loggers.

The highest grade pellets.

Highlights for Maine Woods 100% Softwood Pellets

Low ash content100% softwoodAvailable in 40 lb bagsMade in MaineIndependently tested for quality

Maine Woods pellets meet or exceed all the specifications of a premium pellet: Consistent hardness and energy content; uniform dimension (less than 1.5 inches long); limited sawdust (amount of fines passing through .125 inch screen no more than .5 percent by weight); low salt content (no more than 300 parts per million); and low ash content, an important factor in maintenance frequency.

 

 

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  • Admin Review: 2017 - I hear these are awesome pellets so I'm really excited to burn a few bags. I just received about 4 bags!

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3 comments

  • Comment Link Jim Chaffee Thursday, 02 January 2014 18:25 posted by Jim Chaffee

    I am on my 12th bag of maine woods pellets. At this time i am amazed at how much dust i find in each bag.
    I have cleaned my stove 4 times due to the heavy saw dust blocking the photo eye. It burns great in between cleanings. I just bought 12 more bags only because these are the only brand available at my local dealer. Perhaps the bags were mishandled? The product is good excepting the amount of dust.

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  • Comment Link Danny Corcoran Wednesday, 03 April 2013 11:33 posted by Danny Corcoran

    I burned 2 ton of the Maine Woods softwood this winter will end up at about 2 1/2 ton burned, I had very good luck, good heat low ash I tried 3 bags of a canadian softwood not enough difference to change they are about 65 dollars more a ton,I have a Qudra Fire Mt Vernon, will be burning Maine Woods soft agin this year if I can get them I am heating a 1600 square ft home 100% with pellets love the heat,

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  • Comment Link Joe Smith Tuesday, 25 December 2012 00:26 posted by Joe Smith

    One word caution for the price ill buy a better pellet the extra money will be worth it lots of fines ! Burning from bag to bag very different ! Glass dirty all the time not a good smell burning or just sitting in the cellar ! You'd think with all the trees in Maine they could come up with a better product !

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