All About Pellet Stoves - What is a Pellet? - It's a small pill made of wood waste, mostly sawdust. Pellets have a low moisture content, 5 to 10 percent, compared with 20 percent for seasoned firewood. In some regions, you may find pellets made of switchgrass or cornstalks. Corn kernels can also be used in lieu of pellets.
Stoves | Central Point, OR | WiseWay Pellet Stoves | 541-946-8108 WiseWay Pellet Stoves have taken the concept of a wood stove that operates using a natural draft and incorporated the use of a manufactured fuel designed to give the user a precise measured heat value in the fuel and designed a burner system and stove that has a continuous feed without the need of a mechanical feed system.
A gravity fed wood pellet stove that operates without any electricity required. Uses are for hunting/camping tents, ice fishing, "off grid" cabins, barns, out buildings, line shacks, detached work shops and garages.
The Many Uses of A Wood Stove. For example, you can wrap copper tubing around the stove’s pipe that circulates water through the pipe and back into a reservoir where the hot water remains until you’re ready to use it.
These sexy Stack ceramic stoves were put together by Adriano Design for La Castellamonte, and while not many of us here in Seattle use pellets and wood to heat our home ... http://techcrunch.com/2011/03/15/your-daily-well-designed-ceramic-stove/