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Stove Chow Wood Pellets

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Stove Chow Wood Pellet fuel pellets

Stove Chow pellets are out of PA by Premier Pellet.  Premier Pellet has locations in PA and Canada.  Is this Energex?

 

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  • Comment Link Joan Saturday, 15 February 2014 19:48 posted by Joan

    Stove chow are the best pellets I have purchased for my Whitfield Quest stove. I bought them last year from Home Depot but they did not sell them this year but did sell an inferior brand. Where can I purchase them in the Zip code 14225 area.

  • Comment Link bill Monday, 10 February 2014 02:32 posted by bill

    i have an england stove, new 4 mthsw ago. i buy stove chow from home depot. i get it because my co. as a bonus for the wrk im currently doing buys me 10 bags. if i had to buy it i wouldn't. it doesnt burn completely, the bags have lots of powdered pellets. 1 in 10 will have a 1/4 of a bag of just pellet dust.i have to shovel the burn pot every couple hours or it just keeps piling up with half burnt pellets. over all i think they are a poor quality pellet, nowhere near what home depot claims them to be or, what the bag claims.

  • Comment Link Dr. Susini Wednesday, 22 January 2014 20:00 posted by Dr. Susini

    Reading Joe P's troubles comfirms my suspicions. I just got off the phone with Home Depot trying to convince them that something is wrong with their Stove Chow pellets. Hi have have been on the wrong track all winter thinking that I was having an air flow problem with my Englander stove. After taking it apart and cleaning everthing I could, my burn pot would still clog up after only a few hours. When Home Depot replaced the stove Chow with Pres-to-Logs, my stove is working like new again. Home Depot is going to haave to stand behind their product and stop saying that no one else is complaining.

  • Comment Link Tony Rago Wednesday, 08 January 2014 23:33 posted by Tony Rago

    I guess your stove has a lot to do with it..The Chows
    burn as hot or hotter than the Premium Energex hardwoods. Have a Harman P61A which will also burn corns, oats etc..
    The Stove chows are distributed by Energex of which I have burned a few ton..They also seem to have more burning time...Bought at Home Depot in Levittown. 229.00 ton...Ash seems to be clumpy but no more ash than the Energex. No problem with clinkers either so as I said, all stove must burn different to a degree...

  • Comment Link Joe P Monday, 30 December 2013 14:40 posted by Joe P

    I burned 3 ton of Stove Chow in 2012 without many problems, this year I've already burned 1.5 ton. This year (2013) I can't seem to get my airflow in tune. I've tried everything, several combinations of airflow/feed settings, including the Stove's factory settings. It seems burn more consistent with a higher feed setting, about 2.5 lbs per hour on my lowest heat setting, but I'm burning way too much fuel, and its burning dirty, so dirty I decided to shut it down and check the exhaust. I found a a lot of fly ash (Yes, I performed my annual cleaning/service before the start of the season)! I wonder if the pellet's moisture content is too high and/or Home Depot sold me left over pellets from last year. I store my pellets indoors, in a dry area, maybe Stove Chow just plain SUCKS!

    I bought 5 bags of another brand (Presto-logs), reset my stove to factory settings, and they're burning perfectly over the last 72 hours. They're burning clean with Low ash. Looks like a permanent fuel change for this guy! I guess I'll just have to blend half ton of stove chow with a better brand so it doesn't go to waste.

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