Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Energex

If you read the Stove Chow review you know that I suspect that these are the same pellets.
I am in the process of testing them now, but here is an interesting picture Energex and Stove Chow side by side. Energex is the largest producer if pellets in the country.

Stove Chow
Energex
They look the same to me, I will let you know if they burn the same soon.

Please add you experience with this pellet in the comments section.


Energex Mifflintown PA operation


Check them out @ http://www.energex.com

5 comments:

  1. Juniata caused respiratory problems for us and the seller and mfg. make it hard to exchange.

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  2. We have used Energex in the past and have been happy with them. This year we switched to Juniata because we found a better deal. I contacted the manufacturer before purchasing as was assured that they were the same pellet just a different bag. Either Energex has gone downhill or they are a lesser quality pellet. My stoves are constantly backing up and building up like tar. Stoves worked fine until we ran out of last years pellets and started using the Juniata.
    So...Not happy!

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  3. No problems here. I live in Altoona & my wife has family in the Port Royal Area. Burn hot, little ash so far. Could not be happier as we have the bulk pellets. Again, they seem to burn really hot.

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  4. I burned 4 tons of Juniata pellets and found them to create A LOT of dust! Just pouring them in the hopper filled my living room with a cloud of dust that seemed to settle on everything. They burned hot,which was nice, because I used less of them than other brands but I cleaned the ash every other day because they burned very dirty. I don't think I will buy them again because of the cleaning that is required.

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  5. Don't waste your money on Energex pellets, I have a Harman P61 and these were the worse I have ever used....don't buy

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