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Pellet Hopper


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While many home owners want the warmth and ambiance of a wood stove, they are discouraged by the disadvantages. Fires go out in the night and extra energy use is required to run the furnace instead.

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Wood can also burn quite dirty, leaving smoke and residue in your home. With a pellet stove, however, you can keep all the features of wood heat, with the ease of use and reliability of a gas stove. When wood stoves are used with a pellet hopper, the set up is even more convenient.

Pellet stoves burn preformed biomass fuel pellets that are usually made with waste products that come from sawmills. Sawdust is pressed into cubes or sticks and these are burned for warmth. Pellet stoves are designed to burn clean and can be installed with minimal venting. The easiest way to have consistent heat is to use a dispenser for the pellets.

This accessory is designed to make the system more automatic and control the introduction of fuel into the fireplace. You can even hook it up to a thermostat system and it will regulate the burn rate to keep your home at a consistent temperature, even throughout the night. This is a distinct advantage over the traditional wood stove.

There are several things to keep in mind if you are using a pellet hopper. First, most problems that come into play are a result of not keeping the bin or fireplace clean enough. If there is build up inside either part of the system, you can risk fire.

Check the loader daily to ensure that everything is flowing well, especially if you burn throughout the night. You should also follow all safety and cleaning procedures for the inside of your pellet stove. In addition, keep your storage area for extra pellets away from the heated area unless it is in the actual dispenser.

A properly used and maintained pellet stove can give you many years of good use. By making sure that your system is set up correctly and is properly maintained, you can be sure that you are operating safely and efficiently. Be aware of the issues that could pop up and take steps to avoid them before a problem occurs.


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