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Big Heat Wood Pellets are created from wood by-products. These by-products would usually be delivered to landfills-waste burned but during our exceptional zero waste application.
Big Heat Wood Pellets Key Features:
- Low Ash
- Low Moisture
- 100% Wood (Softwood or Hardwood/Softwood blend)
- 8000-9000 BTU
- 40 pound bag
How to Use Pellets
1 means to do this is to construct a wood fire in the cooker and let it make a bed of coals on the base of the cooker. This way is far from foolproof, but building a pellet basket a far better choice. A pellet basket is a metal insert which you put on your chimney or stove to maintain the pellets from the chimney or stove surface. For one that matches, wash out your cooker and measure its internal measurements.
Buy an insert which will fit without touching the walls of your cooker and that’s able to maintain at least 5 to ten pounds of pellets. You might even produce a wood pellet basket to your fireplace if you would like something a little more decorative. Fit your basket in your stove and fix the cooker vents for optimum flow. Ensure that your flue is open and then spark your pellets and revel in the warmth. Insert pellets as necessary to maintain your stove burning. Your pellets will probably burn for 2 to 12 hours based on the power of your pellet tray.