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Freedom Fuel Wood Pellets

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It says on the website that Freedom Fuel is one of the highest grade pellet fuels available. With less than 1% ash content, and less than 6% moisture, it has been classified by the Pellet Fuels Institute as a Super Premium grade pellet fuel with 8400 btus / pound.

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  • Comment Link CNL Sunday, 31 August 2014 16:28 posted by CNL

    Got 5 bags at Tractor Supply last spring when everyone else was out of supply. All 5 bags had a large number of broken pellets, and some even looked as though they'd been exposed to water/leakage. Won't be trying these again.

  • Comment Link zach Saturday, 29 March 2014 21:02 posted by zach

    I bought these at the local TSC and they burn hot but on the downside do produce a lot of ash and require cleaning a little more often than normal.

  • Comment Link Sam Conrad Jr. Wednesday, 19 March 2014 21:29 posted by Sam Conrad Jr.

    This is a follow up of a previous post I made concerning Freedom Pellets. I just want to say my bad experience with freedom pellets was made good by the seller. I told them of my experience and they made it right. The factory had a problem in the production of said pellets and they made it right with their dealers. Now that's good business and I'll be buying Freedom Pellets in the future.Thank you Freedom Pellets.

  • Comment Link Gregh Sunday, 16 March 2014 12:26 posted by Gregh

    Bought 10 bags at Lowes in Hatfield, PA. They have a larger diameter than other pellets. Also, the fines are more like chunks. They burn pretty hot and clean. Pretty happy so far. On the downside, the bags are really thin and they smell like old barn wood.

  • Comment Link John Card Tuesday, 11 March 2014 00:38 posted by John Card

    Update on the next couple bags :

    Last 2 bags have been in much better shape. Not a lot of dust/fines like the first bag and mostly whole pellets. I wish I had taken a picture of the first bag, hard to believe what came out of it. I am guessing the first bag I opened had some issues (ran over by a steam roller or feel off a 100 floor building) They do seem to give off pretty good heat and ash seems to be about the same as all other pellets so far this year. At this point I would not have any issues buying more in the even I could not find my normal local brands. I do notice a stronger then normal smokey/wood smell when the stove first starts. Outside you can smell it better..

    My stove is a Harman Advance. Just over one year old now.

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