why Inferno Pellets ? Like many others this brutal heating season – I ran out of pellets recently (March, 2011)
and was forced to buy what would be the “leftovers” at many outlets. Unfortunately, I
happened to be at Lowes and saw a couple of pallets of pellets for the individual bag sale.
I bought six bags of Inferno Pellets to try them out – planning on going back the next week to get more
if they worked out. These pellets were burned in a Quadra-Fire stove which had been
recently cleaned (including the firepot.
Without reservation – these are the absolute worst pellets that I have ever used. I bought
five bags too many. They produced a large volume of clinkers (5 days of burning
produced a two-inch-thick layer of clinkers in the firepot) and produced a large volume of
black soot on the inside of the stove from day one (when the firepot was still clean). I was
literally stunned by how poorly they burned (of course, the bags proudly displayed the
rating of Premium Pellets). Possibly I got a bad batch but I would be extremely hesitant
to buy them again.
About Inferno Pellets
Would you wish to relish the adventure of an outside fire pit but dislike the thought of smoke and the hassles that have cleanup? This exceptional Inferno Pellets , fire pit generates a maximum pleasurable flame whilst using a gravitational afterburner method, which reduces smoke, which means it’s possible to enjoy it for hours and hours. Inferno Pellets even burns clean with easy-to-handle wood pellets that make minimal ash, making cleanup a cinch! Key Characteristics.
- Produces a larger flame, more heat & longer burn times
- Gravitational afterburner system reduces smoke
- Burns wash & easy-to-handle wood pellets, making nominal ash
- demands very little cleanup
- Recycled wood products
- Hardwood pellets
- All-natural and energy-efficient
I cleaned the stove and found a place selling LG pellets and bought some bags of those.
The LG’s have burned (and are still burning) fine so I don’t believe that it was the stove
that caused the Inferno to be so terrible. On a one to 5 scale – I would give them a rating
of 1 – meaning that if there were nothing else available – I would be hard-pressed to
purchase these again.
Thanks to Bob for this review
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