CLEAN, british made eco friendly AND COST-EFFECTIVE Fuel Logs
Wood briquettes are ideal for open fires, ovens, chimeneas, wood burning stoves and BBQs.
These heat logs are made in the UK, 100% natural, recycled cedar wood and red wood sawdust and shavings.
Wooden briquettes are recognised as being ideal to burn due to their high calorific value. Generally the larger the diameter briquettes burn longer and give out most heat, our briquettes are 65mm diameter.
Compared to logs wood briquettes burn hotter for longer (making them more economical) they are much cleaner to handle and produce less spitting when lit. They also produce lower tar residues.
No glue or additives, 100% renewable energy from compressed cedar wood and redwood sawdust and shavings that burns completely to ash and can simply be placed on your garden.
The carbon dioxide (CO2) balance is even, because wood briquettes release just as much CO2 to the atmosphere as the tree absorbs through growth making wooden briquettes eco-friendly
FUEL LOGS offer you a cost-effective, convenient and eco-friendly alternative for your fire
Made in the UK
Made from dry, intreated waste wood
Burn hotter for longer
Briquettes produce less ash
Briquettes have a low sulpher content
Briquettes have a low moisture content
Stable and safe in the fireplace
No spitting or sparks
No resin build-up
HOW IT IS MADE:
BeeKing BRIQUETTES are made from compressed cedar wood and redwood sawdust and shavings. This otherwise waste wood is generated from the process of making beekeeping hives and products in the UK
BeeKing BRIQUETTES offer great value compared to traditional sources of heat, and an unbeatable combination of convenience and carbon efficiency as a fuel.
EASY TO USE
To get the best results from your briquettes we reccomend that you use 6-10 briquettes (or one quarter full depending on the size of your stove etc.) on a bed of newspaper, fire lighters or kindling. Light your fire keeping the main airflow of your stove fully open, once the fire is burning well reduce the airflow and leave alone. Compared to logs wood briquettes burn hotter and for longer.