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Woodsmith Pellets

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 raw material comes from a flooring plant, so our pellets are virtually bark-free and very low ash, which means less need for stove cleaning on your end.

Because our raw material supply is consistent (we use only high quality kiln dried hardwood lumber for our flooring) our pellets are consistently high quality, producing steady output of about 8,500 BTU per pound.

Choose the best for your home heating needs - Choose Woodsmith Premium Hardwood Pellets.

PFI Densified Fuel Grade: Premium
Mill Registration #16018

Grade Requirements:

Bulk Density: 40-48 lbs/ft3
Diameter: .230 - .285 in / 5.84-7.25 mm
Durability: > 96.5
Fines: < 0.50%
Ash Content (as received): < 1%
Length: < 1% > 1.5 in.
Moisture: < 8.0%
Chlorides: < 300 ppm

Manufacturers Guranteed Analysis:

Type of Material: Hardwood
Additives: < 2% Vegetable Based Oil
Minimum Heating Value (as received): 7800
Other Manufacturers Guarantees: < 0.7% Ash As Received

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