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Nation's Choice Pellets

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From International Forest Products

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  • Comment Link al scotti Friday, 12 December 2014 19:31 posted by al scotti

    left a poor review a while back, did some troubleshooting and after changing auger bushings and a noisy auger motor tried again. i backed off the feed rate on the fine adjustment trim pod and increased the combustion air slightly... i have to say im getting a clean burn with no clinkers....good luck and GO PATS ( pelpro fireplace insert)

  • Comment Link Tom W Sunday, 30 November 2014 20:42 posted by Tom W

    Never again !!! better off burning a pine tree. Glass is hard to clean and burn pot needs cleaning after two bags. Breckwell p2700 did not have this problem in the last nine years...Bought 4 tons Tractor supply have to deal with it this winter :(

  • Comment Link al scotti Wednesday, 19 November 2014 17:48 posted by al scotti

    baught 2 tons nations choice at tract. supply,high ash and huge burn pot clinkers, started mixing them 50 50 with pennington and green supreme ...better but once i get through these never will purchase again

  • Comment Link Gene Gagne Sunday, 05 October 2014 00:40 posted by Gene Gagne

    i tried a couple bags last year, all i can say is crap. they are manufactured by the kraft group which coincidentally own the New England Patriots, being from the area I am a fan, but they need to get out of the pellet business.

  • Comment Link d. linnane Wednesday, 26 March 2014 23:12 posted by d. linnane

    I've been burning pellets in my Harman Advance for over 15 years. These Nations Choice pellets are the filthiest, clinker causing poor excuse for hardwood pellets I have ever used. We have cleaned our stove every 2 weeks because the build up on the upper guide forces it completely away from the plate behind it. The side of my house is an oily black soot covered eyesore which will hopefully come off with a pressure washer. If this were the only choice of pellet available, I would burn oil. I don't believe the analysis on the bag and this pellet should be avoided at all costs.

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