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  • Heatlogs
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  • Heatlogs

Golden Heatlogs

£6.24 ex vat
  • High energy domestic fuel which burns at very high temperatures
  • A cheaper alternative to logs and traditional household coals which depending on the fire; this fuel can burn for up to 3 hours
  • Heatlogs can be used on open fires, wood burners, multi-fuel stoves, Rayburn and Aga Stoves, Chimineas and even camp fires
  • Each 15 kg bag contains approximately 45 – 60 golden coals
  • Heatlog is Eco Friendly, 100% renewable and carbon neutral biomass fuel
  • Cleaner to handle than traditional coal and the remaining ash can even be used as a garden fertiliser
  • Manufactured in the UK!


• They are clean and green producing a high calorie heat output
• CO2 emissions from wooden briquettes are much less than oil, log, coal or gas for the same amount of heat
• Wooden briquettes are a sustainable fuel as they are most often produced from wood which is growing in sustainable forests or recycled
• The price of wood briquettes is less than other forms of fuel such as heating oil
• The price of wooden briquettes is more stable than other forms of fuel such as heating oil or gas
• Wood briquettes are widely available with over 9 million tonnes produced annually in Europe
• The net carbon dioxide emissions from biomass are much lower than the emissions from fossil fuels if the resource is managed carefully.

Emissions from Biomass fuels

• Burning fossil fuels releases large amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere. It would take millions of years for this CO2 to be turned back into coal, oil or gas and therefore this not considered as renewable.
• One of the great advantages of using Biomass as your renewable heating source is the low CO2 emissions, which is significantly lower than traditional fossil fuels and even lower than ground or air source heat pumps.
• Because burning biomass releases only the same amount of CO2 into the atmosphere that would be released if the biomass was to die naturally and left to rot, it is considered part of the natural carbon cycle.
• The CO2 released is absorbed as new trees grow and therefore the overall release of CO2 is said to be zero. Of course there will be some CO2 released during the manufacture and transportation of biomass products however, this is generally very low if sourced locally.

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  1. A fantastic alternative to coal and logs

    Posted by Andrew Morris on 24th Oct 2011

    This is a money saving product with heat and burning values equal to coal and wood. Highy recommended. Great to see it being supplied locally.

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