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Pacific Pellets

Nestled in the heart of Oregon's high desert mountains, Pacific Pellet offers you a premium wood pellet that is sure to provide you with an unsurpassed renewable source of heat, compliments of Mother Nature.

From their website 2017:

100% Douglas Fir

From the fine folks at Pacific Pellet, welcome! Come in, relax and put your feet up. Enjoy the natural and comforting warmth brought to you by Pacific Pellet.

Nestled in the heart of Oregon’s high desert mountains, Pacific Pellet offers you a premium wood pellet that is sure to provide you with an unsurpassed renewable source of heat, compliments of Mother Nature.

Deeply entrenched in the rich tradition of the Pacific Northwest’s timber industry, Pacific Pellet is proud to be a manufacturer of premium wood pellets utilizing clean forest by-products produced from Northwest sawmills and Forest Stewardship programs.

Whether you find yourself amid the bone chilling coastal downpours, Cascade mountain snowstorms or the frigid temperatures of the high desert regions, heating your home with Pacific Pellet fuel is a cost effective, environmentally friendly and energy efficient way to take the nip out of those chilly winter nights.

Pacific Pellet fuel burns hot and burns clean. So give us a try. We’re confident you’ll be thrilled burning our premium wood pellets.

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  • Admin Review: Sept: 2017: I would love to get my hands on one of these bags. They sound Great!

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  • Comment Link Scott M. Saturday, 28 October 2017 01:35 posted by Scott M.

    These pellets really do rock! I've been through several brands of pellets, but these have extremely low ash, produce good heat, and leave virtually no soot build-up on the window of my Quadra-Fire, Sante Fe. I can go a at least a week without emptying my fire pot, and about a month or so without having to worry about emptying the ash bin.

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  • Comment Link Steven Burton Thursday, 03 January 2013 15:47 posted by Steven Burton

    Using an older whitield rennaisance stove, these pellets work great. Heat value is good, and leave almost no ash or soot, not as dusty as many I have tried. My experiment: After 1 week with no attention, (6 bags), glass was still translucent, burn pot nearly empty, ash pan just over half. Stove was set on 2 and 3 most of that week.

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