BTU per pound: 8200
Ash content: less than 1%
Wood Type: Mixed Hard with less than 5% pine
A relative new pellet producer my experience with ACP pellets thus far is a positive one. They are a different pellet than what I am accustom to. The diameter thickness is among the largest I have seen, they claim 8mm. For a stove like a Whitfield that relies on air alone to clear out the spent ash from the burn pot this larger pellet works very well.
There are virtually no clinkers with this pellet, however they do produce a very significant amount of ash. It tends to be a light fluffy ash (which also adds to the good performance in my Whitfield). In terms of volume of ash it is dramatically higher than any of the other pellets reviewed here. I was not to worried about the ash though because is was a very light, and clinkers were almost non existent.
This is a surprisingly good pellet, and a little outside the norm (large diameter). I would add they work particularly well in a Whitfield style stove, if you can live with a lot more frequent ash removal, I can recommend this pellet.
*Update- I have switched stoves recently to a Harman P61 (best stove I have owned and I have owned many). The ACP pellets do not burn as well, no problem with klinkers but literally 4 times more ash as a true premium. These are not premium pellets, there is no PFI seal on them. They claim that they are, but from what I have observered they produce likely over 3% ash. 10 bags fills the P61 ash pan.
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