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Pinnacle Wood Pellets

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Pinnacle manufactures and ships approximately 50,000 tonnes of packaged wood pellet fuel and animal bedding products per year from its BC plants in Quesnel and Armstrong to customers all over North America, Europe and Asia.

Typical size bags are 40lbs, or approx 18kg. Standard pallet configurations include 2000, 2200 and 2400 lbs depending on customer needs and shipping efficiencies.

Product is shipped by truckload (20 - 40 tons per load), boxcar (85 tons per car) and container (20 - 28 tons per 40' container).

Pellet fuel product specifications are as follows:
· Size: 6mm
· Moisture Content: less than 5% 
· Calorific Value: 5.0 MWh per tonne
· Bulk Density: +42 lbs/cu ft, +700kg/m3
· Ash Content: less than 0.5%
· Raw Material: Spruce, Pine (100% softwood) from sawmill residue, sourced from
certified forests.

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  • Comment Link Eric Edwards Thursday, 22 March 2018 19:11 posted by Eric Edwards

    Whitfield profile 20
    These pellets seem to burn ok but they really STINK

  • Comment Link Pete Tuesday, 14 February 2017 18:58 posted by Pete

    Whitfield stove, usually use Lignetic pellets, dealer was out so I purchased Pinnacle pellets. Very disappointed, poor heat quality, Auger jammed up after a few bags, had to disassemble feed and clean out sawdust. I expected better from a Canadian product, won't use these again, threw the rest of them out.

  • Comment Link Wayne Sunday, 03 April 2016 21:58 posted by Wayne

    After trying a few products (Canawick, LaCrete, and the worst being Woody) these are the best wood pellets I have used in my CAB50. I would recommend

  • Comment Link Rob Fauchon Saturday, 05 December 2015 15:08 posted by Rob Fauchon

    They are the worst pellets I have ever used. The Fir pellets are supposed to be top quality and burn hotter. Well I can tell you I have bought a pallet and can't return them. They are hard to start and will not stay alight. I have burnt these pellets before and had the same problems. I thought by now they would have resolved any problems over the years but they have gotten worse. I know how to clean out my stove and do it every 6 months, stripping right down and cleaning it right out. Don't give me the gears. Theses pellets are sub standard and must have lots of non combustible filler. I will never buy these again.


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