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Lekto Woodfuels Night Briquettes - 20kg (20 Briquettes), Up to 8 Hour Slow Burn | Ideal for Wood Stoves, Log Burners, Sheltered Fire Pits & Chiminea | Eco Friendly Compressed Wood Fire Bricks

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In summary, heat logs, or briquettes, offer a convenient, efficient, and eco-friendly way to heat your home. Made from recycled hardwood, molasses, shells and nuts, Pine Mountain’s logs produce 80% less emissions than traditional wood burning. Hardwood logs are better for your log burner as they are much more dense than softwood logs, so they burn longer which means you use less. From smokeless coal to eco-friendly coffee logs, enjoy controlled flames and heat whether you stay cozy indoors or spend a warm summer evening in the garden.

And with the right type of kindling and firelighters, you really will create a top quality burn everyone can savour. They are great as both day and night briquettes; they are ideal for use overnight thanks to their longer durable burn. Our commitment to quality guarantees a superior Slow Burn Briquette fire and experience and utmost satisfaction.com is a credit broker, not a lender and is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Smouldering fuel to try to extend burn time is bad for your stove, flue and the environment due to unburned particulate matter in the smoke. The best use for them is in a large stove where when loaded in sufficient quantity to maintain a bed of ambers the briquettes will burn slowly releasing durable heat. Ready to Burn is a UK Government certification that means that the heat logs have passed rigorous chemical analyses and meet FSC standards.

Use our handy guide to steer you through the different options available to you and your wood-burning stove. Spits excessively while it burns and can produce a lot of soot deposits that can line the flue, firebox and glass window of your stove. Remember, you will probably have a reasonable amount of smaller fuel from the branches of the tree you felled. However, before we dive in to what we consider to be the best artificial logs to use in your wood burner, let’s examine that attributes that every artificial log should have. It’s important to look for high quality briquettes which only contain 100% wood, without any other ingredients.Put these factors together and you have a fuel that makes your stove more efficient and saves you money.

Careful storage of wood briquettes is essential as exposure to any moisture will cause them to expand and will ruin their burning efficiency. With the sunny days behind us, many of us are looking at heat logs as the new cost-effective alternative to ordinary logs. Willow, for example, likes to grow in wet soils or besides water bodies, therefore the wood from this tree has a high water content and requires longer seasoning. Dry wood not only produces less smoke and air pollution but also provides more heat, more efficiently, than wood that contains a high level of moisture.It’s also worth looking out for a hole in the centre of the briquette which encourages the airflow needed for a consistent burn which keeps your fire aglow.

Once your Night Briquettes are burning nicely, set your airflow controls to the lowest setting (but don’t turn off the airflow completely). Their longer burn time, lower emissions, and sustainable sourcing make them an ideal choice for those looking to stay warm responsibly.If you try to burn wood before it is properly dry, it will be difficult to light, burn with a low flame so you won't get a good heat output and there will be lots of unpleasant and unhealthy smoke and soot. Their very dense compression means that they are clean to handle and produce a lot of heat for their size. Our Hobbit Logs come in two lengths – 20cm and 15cm so you can find the one that’s right for you and your log burner.

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