This year I bought two tons of Inferno pellets for the first time, I have had my stove for 20 years, these are the worst junk on the market, within two days of using these pellets I started having problems with my stove, within five days I had to shut down my stove, completely disassemble it and scrape huge amounts of baked on carbon from the stove, the exhaust fan and chimney, and I had to shut it down for the same reason every three days after that. My pellet feed had jammed up once in twenty years, with these pellets it jammed up four times in five hours and I had to unload all the pellets to clear the feed chute each time. Needless to say, after 11 bags I quit completely using them. I am now getting rid of these pellets in my fireplace and even then they are a problem. Whatever you buy do not purchase Inferno pellets, they are made from old pallets and scrap lumber in Rhode Island, which is not noted for their lumber industry, and one user actually wrote in a review that he could pick up large amounts of ash with a magnet, possibly contained chewed up nails and screws. I looked up reviews on Inferno pellets on the internet, it appeared that every user, except two, were having the same problems as I was, I would not buy them again even at twenty five cents a bag. From now on out I am going to test burn a bag of pellets prior to purchasing a unknown product. When I first started using the pellet stove there were very few pellet brands, now there seems to be hundreds coming out of the woodwork and some are real junk, just be very careful when buyng pellets.