Lignetics Wood Pellets

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Experience Plus Quality Control Makes Premium Wood Pellets

Lignetics wood pellets are made from recycled, renewable sawmill waste.  These wood pellets contain all-natural biomass products and are manufactured at the highest quality control levels, designating our wood pellet fuel as premium grade.  Lignetics wood pellets are made only from the finest quality hardwood and conifer sawdust.  They produce a consistent, high BTU output, and produce less than one percent ash.  This translates to a hotter, more efficient burn, which means fewer wood pellets burned, fewer wood pellets purchased, less space needed for storage, fewer trips to the wood pellet hopper and less waste to clean up.

The emission rate for wood pellet stoves when using Lignetics premium wood pellets is approximately 1.2 grams per hour, which falls well below the nationwide EPA regulation of less than 7.5 grams per hour.

Lignetics Premium Wood Pellets Are Produced in the United States, For Use in North America

Lignetics is making a conscious effort to produce a heating source from material that could otherwise be wasted.  Lignetics Premium Wood Pellets are not only the best source for heating, they are helping to keep the United States economy here at home.  Wood pellet fuel is a renewable heating source that includes many American-based industries. Material is recycled, gathered, manufactured as wood pellets, transported, distributed and used in wood pellet stoves that are produced in the United States.  Wood pellet heat is a win-win source of heating for the U.S. economy.
Information gathered from http://www.lignetics.com/wood-pellets-3
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