Solid Heat Log Briquettes from Pinewood Fuels are made with compressed wood sawdust. The wood is compressed and dried, enabling the briquette to reach a high heat, ensuring a long slow burn in your wood burners. Suitable for all log burners, wood stoves and chimeneas.
The solid log briquette is slightly different to our other heat logs, this product comprises of mixed compressed wood; however, it does not feature the continuous hole throughout that features in the heat logs.
Because of the reduction in airflow, this briquette provides a slower, higher heat burn. We recommend you use a log briquette once the fire is fully burning. This log briquette is perfect for an indoor night-time burn in a log burner or stove, ensuring you wake up to a warm and toasty home. Should you be camping out under the stars, use this solid heat log to reduce the burnout time of your fire pit.
Dry, untreated chips of wood and sawdust are pressed together to form wood briquettes. Known as heat logs, they are primarily intended for use as firewood. These particular ones are solid (no hole through the middle), but we sell alternative heat logs that increase airflow.
A wood briquette typically contains less than 10% moisture, which is less than the moisture in a wooden log from a felled tree, so it will reach much higher temperatures and burn longer. The superior burning properties of heat logs make them more economical than regular firewood. In addition, heat log briquettes are:
The average burn time for 2 kilograms of heat log briquettes is one hour. There can be some variation here depending on how the fire stove or log burners airflow. As long as the wood doesn't burn too hot, you can expect this level of performance. In comparison, this is longer than the time conventional firewood takes to burn.
The cost to use briquettes is generally lower than that of conventional firewood logs. Because they burn for longer and are more economical, you'll need to buy fewer of them over time. Before a manufacturer can sell natural firewood, it needs to be dried and broken up, a more expensive process than compressed chips and sawdust.
Pinewood Fuels are Ready to Burn Certified for Solid Heat Briquettes. This means that our Solid Heat Briquettes have been independently tested and meets the schemes regulations of having a moisture content of less than 20%.
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