VERDO Pini-Kay Sample Duo Wood Briquettes - Pine & Oak

Item No. 1000096
Not sure which Verdo Pini-Kay heat log to burn? Our duo pack is a great way to try both! The parcel contains one pack of our Softwood Pini-Kay Pine Briquettes and one pack of Hardwood Pini-Kay Oak Briquettes - 24 logs in total. Once the order has been confirmed you will receive a promotional code
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Description

Not sure which Verdo Pini-Kay heat log to burn? Our duo pack is a great way to try both!

The parcel contains one pack of our Softwood Pini-Kay Pine Briquettes and one pack of Hardwood Pini-Kay Oak Briquettes - 24 logs in total.

Once the order has been confirmed you will receive a promotional code offering a discount of £10 against the cost of a full pallet of briquettes!

Price includes VAT and next working day delivery if ordered before 11:30am.

Specifications
Shape Octagon
Raw Material Oak / Pine
Energy Density Oak: 5083 Kwhr/tonne / Pine: 5277 Kwhr/tonne
Moisture Content Oak: 5-7% / Pine: 4-6%
Ash Residue Max. 0.7 %
Approximate Log Dimensions Oak: 21cm x 6cm x 6cm / Pine: 19cm x 6cm x 6cm
Briquettes Per Pack 12
Number of Packs 2
Approximate Pack Size Oak: 10 Kgs per Pack / Pine: 9 Kgs per Pack
Dimensions Oak: Pack 36cm x 21cm x 12cm / Pine: Pack 36cm x 19cm x 12cm
Burn Duration Oak: Nearly 2 hours / Pine: In excess of 2 hours
Reviews (1)
  • Quality products
    I purchased the pinikay sample packs as I was interested in comparing the two side by side, being a chimney sweep I compare most types of heat logs on the market so I am able to give my customers the best advice on which fuels provide a good mix of performance and economy, I have several multifuel stoves but to compare the two I used my woodwarm foxfire 4 one of the best small stoves on the market. I placed a piece of vermiculite in the centre of the stove to ensure my comparison was factually accurate. One side I used the pine the other the oak, I found both easy to light clean to handle with similar heat outputs and burn duration but for me the oak is the clear winner as although it's slightly harder to light than the pine I like how the release of energy is controlled, leading to a cleaner slightly longer burn with almost no smoke, due to the fact they are so dry you must not overload the stove, they produce much more heat than standard logs so go steady, they are hard and dense but it's easy to tap and break them up, I use them alongside standard logs just adding a couple of pieces at a time gives similar benefits to adding some smokeless fuel with your logs but with none of the associated risk to stainless liners that can come from mixing fuels, so to summarise these if purchased as a full pallet are easy to store and great value, why not buy a full pallet and split it with a friend who also has a stove.
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