Wood Pellet Fuel From £180+VAT delivered



-We sell a specific heating pellet, a premium one

-BSL acredited

-Made from 100% pure pine, NO bark and NO recycled wood

-Low organic ash content 0.4% which proves premium quality. Less boiler maintenance

-Moisture content of 5.51%, the lower the moisture the more heat produced

-Calorific value 4618 Kcal/Kg

-High BTU rating giving improved efficiency

-Low dust

-FSC certified

Financially attractive: The average cost of heating with wood pellets is well below that of heating with oil, gas or LPG. Government RHI grants are available to put towards the cost of installing wood pellet stoves or boilers. Wood pellets are sold at reduced VAT (currently 5%). For information on all UK grants, please visit RH Incentive.

Wood Pellets are clean & green, and provide a UK based source of sustainable energy

Low carbon: Given that CO2 emissions from burning fossil fuels are the prime suspect of man-made climate change, every business and household can make a contribution by switching away from oil, LPG or gas. The CO2 released when burning wood pellets is the exact amount of CO2 absorbed by the tree while growing. Fossil fuels are net CO2 contributors when they are burnt as there is no mechanism to trap the emitted CO2 and put it back where it came from. Looking at the entire life cycle of making wood pellets (taking into account harvesting trees, transport, processing and burning the final product), Land Energy can demonstrate net savings of 90% of CO2 over oil or LPG.

CO2 neutral: The EPA has designated wood pellet stoves to be CO2 neutral, and for good reason. Although a pellet stove produces CO2, the product came from a tree that lived on and used CO2 its entire life while providing O2 (oxygen) as a by-product. So, unlike coal, oil and gas, which create a lot of CO2 but never use any, a wood pellet is neutral – the same amount of CO2 used as produced.

Pellet Stoves

Pellet stoves are similar to traditional wood burning stoves, with the difference being the fuel. A traditional wood burning stove will burn split logs, while a pellet stove uses thousands of tiny wood pellets as fuel. A fully automated pellet stove requires filling up with the pellets and turning on, and the stove does the rest; it automatically lights, automatically feeds the pellets into the flame with an auger and automatically adjusts the rate to keep the room at a pre-set temperature with an electric thermostat.

Pellet Baskets

A pellet basket is a small metal basket that sits inside a woodstove or fireplace and holds wood pellets. They allow a person to heat their home using existing stoves or fireplaces, thus eliminating the need for electric and natural gas. Pellet baskets are lower-cost alternatives to pellet stoves.

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