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North American Pellets

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Available at Home Depot and Lowes ,  Produced by Curran Renewable Energy, LLC pellet mill that is located in  Massena NH produce the North American Wood Pellets?  That is what I was told last

they are a hardwood / softwood blend

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  • Comment Link Randy Adams Monday, 18 January 2016 20:21 posted by Randy Adams

    I was wondering what species of wood are used in the production of these pellets?

  • Comment Link Bob Wednesday, 23 December 2015 11:57 posted by Bob

    I bought 2 bags of these North American pellets to try from tractor supply tried them yesterday and not much heat and no heat when I got up this morning because they didn't drop down to the auger the worse pellet I've tried yet

  • Comment Link maizie Tuesday, 08 December 2015 15:38 posted by maizie

    By far the worst pellet I've tried! They gave absolutely no heat! Glad I only bought a couple bags. My brother in law bought 2 tons of these the other day from HD. I tried to warn him! Today he told me he is going to return them. Talk about a pain in the rear! The only way I'd everrrr buy these again is if I was completely out of pellets and had no other brands to choose from. And at that point I'd buy 1 or 2 bags and hope another store was getting a shipment in within a day or 2. They are truly a waste of money!!!!

  • Comment Link bill Tuesday, 01 December 2015 02:29 posted by bill

    worse than stove chow, the pellet size is very inconsistent and on the large side,so they get stuck in the auger and on my Harman xxv cause a snapping noise, due to their large size, also they burn VERY COLD versus other brands thankfully I only got 5 bags at the excessive price of 5.19 a bag they are really worth about 2.00 a bag and good for emergency only

  • Comment Link Jesse Monday, 23 November 2015 17:21 posted by Jesse

    North American pellets are hands down the highest ash ,dirtiest,dustiest pellets I have ever used.

  • Comment Link George lake Monday, 23 November 2015 16:23 posted by George lake

    North American Pellets are hands down the worst, highest ash,lowest quality pellets I have ever used.

  • Comment Link Dean Tuesday, 03 November 2015 13:29 posted by Dean

    Poor heat output and large volume of ash. I've used an Enviro M-55 pellet insert for the past 6 years and burn 2 tons a year. Purchased pellets 10/2015. Despite experimenting with feed rate and air supply the heat output was very low and ash output was very high. I try to be scientific and shoot infrared temps at the heat vent. In a cleaned stove, max temp at 2 hours running at feed setting 3 (1-5 scale) was 176 degrees F.
    Cleaned stove and ran a comparatively priced New England pellet. After 2 hours on feed setting of 3 temp was 276 F.

  • Comment Link Rob A. Monday, 02 November 2015 04:25 posted by Rob A.

    Lousy heat and tons of ash. Glad I bought only 1 trial bag. Don't bother.

  • Comment Link Bonnie Monday, 26 October 2015 23:51 posted by Bonnie

    Ran out of our first choice Fireside pellets from last year, so we had to buy a few bags to get buy till we could buy a pallet. Tractor supply had North American pellets and the guy said they worked well. Grabbed 5 bags...BAD choice. Blacked out the whole inside of the stove ( Avalon Arbor ), wicked creosote build up on windows and back wall. Very dirty burning... A lot of ash after 1/2 bag burn. Bag had a lot of fines that had to be strained out prior to loading hopper. Pellets range from 1 1/2 inches long to pea size. Our auger pushes up then pellets fall down. At times would only get a couple of pellets, so it had to be babysat. I WOULD NOT recommend this pellet to anyone.

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