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Pennington Pellet Fuel

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Pennington Wood Pellets are a clean-burning PREMIUM wood pellet with less than 1% ash produced. And because wood pellet stoves burn efficiently, there is almost complete combustion of the fuel, creating minimal smoke & air emissions.

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  • Comment Link Dave Friday, 31 January 2014 00:37 posted by Dave

    Best pellets I have burned yet... Really good heat and next to no ash. Worth picking up

  • Comment Link john dapkevich Monday, 28 October 2013 05:12 posted by john dapkevich

    i have a euro mini stove i just purchast a ton of nature heat pellets ! CLEANED my stove !! Filled it with pennington pelllets from Walmart from Gardner Ma. . My stove is running great , the pellets were not over lenth in size ! its so hot in her right now i, you would not beleiive me ! No clicker , no crap build up all over my stove window ! no smell ! unbeleveable hot !

  • Comment Link Richard williams Wednesday, 31 October 2012 18:52 posted by Richard williams

    Best pellets I have burned in years! These and the Pennington natures heat, i bought 2 tons of each and I'm very very pleased.

  • Comment Link george Wednesday, 29 February 2012 15:43 posted by george

    Englander 25pdvc
    Just bought and burned 5 bags and am purchasing two tons to finish this season and start next years. These are not bad..The heat output is lower causing us to set the heat range up a setting or two. But that doesn't impact consumption horribly..Not inordinately ashy,minimal clinkers,not a lot of fines. And much less expensive than hotter brands here at $210 ton.
    Thank you to, Mr Takeman for your reviews at this site.Great info and a service to us all here!

  • Comment Link Michael Shumway Saturday, 04 February 2012 01:28 posted by Michael Shumway

    I have burned the Pennington Pellets for two years now mostly because they are the only thing I can get locally. I get good heat from them clunkers vary from purchase to purchase but never a big problem I clean my Harmen P68 once a week but check for clunkers every day. I would guess that I get one box of ash for every ton I burn. I burn three to four tons a year. I noticed the stove burned hotter when i added the out outside air supply. I have been paying about 235 to 250 a ton at ACE HARDWARE in OHIO but usually receive a ten dollar coupon in the mail for each purchase to use at ACE.

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