John Paulding wrote: Is field corn what gets used in a pellet stove? In the past, Louisiana Grill pellets caused my Rec Tec to burn really hot. Have no idea who's right but I've chosen not use the Traeger ones even though I have two 20 pound bags sitting in my basement. These pellets use oak or alder as a base wood with a percentage of actual flavor wood blended together. If you have a bad day in October, have a slice of banana cream pie. With my Yoder I've noticed that the hotter temps are reached when there are more pellets being burned. However, we did find the Bear Mountain pellets a bit difficult to buy online. Now if we got an ice storm and were stuck here with no electricity for two weeks, would the pellet stove work? Here you can buy "burning corn" for pellet furnaces, but by corn here we mean wheat, barley, rye or oats. Search Media New Media.
Make sure you are using pellets that are not a blend of wood species. hotter temps are reached when there are more pellets being burned. I burn wood pellets for heat and some brands have various chemical binders and dessicants in them, which I would not want to use on bees. Quick question.
My father and I are first year wood pellet burners. I have been burning LaCrete pellets and my ash pan contains " Baby power.
Normally I would not consider pellets that great of a deal, nor renewable, but if you grow your own annual crop of corn, it seems just fine JohnnyVanWinkle Knows what a fatty is. Polar Bear. Oil if far more expensive than the cost of waste wood that is used in most wood pellets Conclusion: I source, sell and use pellets from a number of different pellet producers all over the U.
Travis, I like having a pellet stove for all the same reasons. Do all pellets put off the same amount of ash are do some burn better than others?
Pellets, which burn hotter
Right now I am pretty comfortable; it is degrees below zero fyet 89 degrees in the basement, and 77 degrees on the first floor.
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|They say softwood is better, but the higher price tag did not seem to be worth it to me.
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Savage, MN. My understanding of pellet manufacturing is certainly not expert level
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Hi all, Has anybody bought a pellet basket and tried burning wood pellets in their wood burner. We have a wood burning fire, and wood like to.
Growing corn does seem like a great plan, but burning a waste product seems like a better one, in terms of ROI.
Winona, MN. Mixed blends also tend to allow for complex infused flavors that are much more subtle then a single overpowering taste. Pits of fruitor the shell of nuts seem to be viable fuels. Louisville, CO.
I like the BBQ delight pellets. I have Traeger pellets on hand as well. Do all pellets put off the same amount of ash are do some burn better These pellets use oak or alder as a base wood with a percentage of. This is my first post, as I am new to the forum.
Anyways, I am I see most people like to use oak pellets as they give out more heat. But, in all actuality percent woods do give you more flavor but at cost.
Keep in mind that these are only my opinions and experiences Kind of Milwaukee, WI. I'm not sure about pellets, but mesquite burns really hot. William Bronson wrote: Travis, what do they grow near you?
Pellets like this will give you the best results and will allow your smoker to work better and reduce cleanup.