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Purcell Pellets

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LESS THAN 1/2 THE ASH ALLOWED BY “PREMIUM” PELLET STANDARDS
OUR LOW MOISTURE CONTENT equals MUCH HIGHER BTU OUTPUT
ALL NATURAL WOOD FIBER, NEVER ANY ADDITIVES
 
Purcell Pellets
 
16620 W. Prairie Ave. Box A
 
Hauser, ID 83854
 
 

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  • Admin Review: Sept. 2014-15: These are new to woodpelletreviews.com and I think They are going to be awesome. First impressions are a very nice dense douglas fir pellet (maybe). The density is apparent because of the sound they make when they bump together. It's a nice clicking sound like pebbles would make. Also, there were virtually 0 fines. Very clean bag.
    REVIEW: These pellets burned really hot and long. Great burn time and temp achieved. I noticed that the stove got up to temp alot faster than normal which tells me that the btu's were nice and high. I feel that these pellets are worth the very slight extra effort in keeping the burnpot clean. I ran into some slight heavy thick ash after 5 or so hours of constant burn which was easily remedied with my trusty broken golf club which I use as a pot scrapper. A few quick scraps of the burnpot during the burn and that lazy flame roared back to life. The only other drawback, which again was minor, was the thin bags. I was worried that I was going to pop a finger through the bag when carrying it. Not a big deal for the overall pellet! Great pellet.
    Oct 2017 - another great burn. Nice strong bag and virtually no fines! These are a super dense doug fir pellet, I believe, and cooked up pretty hot. The smell was great when opening the bag. I had a few longs in there but they were no big deal with my push feed Harman.

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16 comments

  • Comment Link Ed White Saturday, 08 October 2016 03:41 posted by Ed White

    I have 3 diff. pellets stoves 2 in my home 1 in my garage 2 diff. makes.I have been using Purcell pellets for the last 3 years .They work best in my stoves. They seem to have the lowest ash and are hot burning . I have tried other brands, but they dont' work as well for me.Some times my supplier runs out but if I can get Purcell that's what I buy. After reading the rest of the comments I would say that if most people that make sure that their stoves are properly installed and clean the stoves properly and maintain them that that they will work well with most pellets that are made for pellet stoves.

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  • Comment Link Patti Duer Tuesday, 04 October 2016 05:33 posted by Patti Duer

    We have been using this product for several years and found it to be the best brand out there. These pellets produce far less ash then other pellets we have used and the price is very competitive.

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  • Comment Link Carl Duer Tuesday, 04 October 2016 01:10 posted by Carl Duer

    Pellets burn clean and hot. We only need to clean our pot out after 2 or so weeks. We have burned Purcell for a few years and will be burning them again this winter. Never had an issue with fines, packaging or moisture.

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  • Comment Link kerry donham Friday, 25 December 2015 19:19 posted by kerry donham

    This is the second time I have got a ton of Purcell Pellets and will be the last time .
    My stoves burn pot is full in less then 12 hours .You think I would of learned from the ton last year . My pants got real wet packing the ton into the house , it says low moisture on the bag I do not think so took the 3 wettest bags back to where I got them they where rock hard .

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  • Comment Link Zeek Wednesday, 09 December 2015 18:37 posted by Zeek

    I would Like to know what Purcell pellets are burning like this year. Their website says new blend and great test results but what are the results from at home consumers?

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  • Comment Link Eli Bailes Saturday, 25 July 2015 07:07 posted by Eli Bailes

    Thank you ever so for you blog.Thanks Again. Fantastic.

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  • Comment Link Dennis Thursday, 14 May 2015 21:09 posted by Dennis

    We bought 2 ton this year at $162.00 per ton thought we would try them, we had some HUGE clunkers for a while with our new stove a Breckwell (The BIG E) but it only lasted a couple weeks and cleaned up, the burn pot has been clean, I scrape the pot every 5-7 days with just a small amount of residue and wash the glass.
    the stove heats 1800 square feet and this winter we burned 2.5 ton of pellets.

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  • Comment Link Margret Sunday, 08 March 2015 17:04 posted by Margret

    I have a Harman pellet stove and ran out of the other brand pellets I've been using and purchased a ton of Purcell pellets. They are awful. Can't wait to burn them all out. The heat output is ok but the ashes are way out of control. I Have a 3-4 inch high clump of ashes after each bag. The ash pan fills completely with ashes after 3-4 days. Would never buy Purcell again.

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  • Comment Link Margret Sunday, 08 March 2015 17:03 posted by Margret

    I have a Harman pellet stove and ran out of the other brand pellets I've been using and purchased a ton of Purcell pellets. They are awful. Can't wait to burn them all out. The heat output is ok but the ashes are way out of control. I Have a 3-4 inch high clump of ashes after each bag. The ash pan fills completely with ashes after 3-4 days. Would never buy Purcell again.

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  • Comment Link john Saturday, 24 January 2015 22:22 posted by john

    I can see by the other comments Percell Has a few growing pains to go through.The ton I bought was wet. Every bag had about 20% fines and many had expanded and crumbled when handled. Perhaps two wraps of plastic around the pallet would help. I can not say if the moisture is the result of condensation, but every bag was wet or moist as i removed them from the pallet. The other brand I have been using for the past 7 years have been flawless (North Idaho). With North Idaho I clean the fire pot once a year. The Percell pellets require constant attention or the fire pot plugs up and the stove shuts down. The dust plugs the auger which really taps into my dark side. I am certain the science behind pellet making is well known. So, with a little more attention to details I am sure the kinks can be worked through. My stove is a Kozy Furnace.

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