How long do ENVI blocks burn?
eight to ten hours
Designed for use in fireplaces, wood stoves, wood furnaces and fire pits, they’re a perfect alternative to firewood. Ultra-efficient, Envi Blocks will burn for an average of eight to ten hours.
How do you use ENVI blocks?
INSTRUCTION / WARNINGS FOR USAGE OF ENVI BLOCKS To Start – establish a bed of coals using kindling before adding 1 or 2 blocks. Add additional blocks as appropriate for the size of your wood burning appliance. Maintain the desired temperature and burn time by adjusting air flow and spacing between blocks.
What are ENVI blocks?
WHAT ARE ENVI BLOCKS? These blocks are an all wood product with no additives which are specifically designed to be used as firewood in wood stoves, fireplaces, fire pits and wood furnaces.
How long do wood bricks burn?
As with any wood, burn time depends on how much air the fire is given. In an open fireplace, GrenHeat Bricks will burn for about 2 hours. In a well-stocked, damped-down wood stove (but not stuffed to capacity!) they will burn all night.
How much does a pallet of Biobricks weigh?
BioBrick comes in 50 packs/pallets, 20 bricks per pack, with each pack weighing 38-42 pounds. Pallets can be safely and easily stored inside or outside (covered) and are stackable.
How many Biobricks are in a ton?
We deliver the Original Bio Bricks on pallets made up of 50 40lb packages. 1 pallet is equivalent to 1 ton.
How many bio bricks are in a pallet?
Pallet of BIO BLOCK Firelogs – 88 packs of compressed blocks.
How do you start a bio block?
- Place four BIO BLOCKS flat in a wood burning device, leaving a space between blocks for airflow.
- Place three BIO BLOCKS over the spaces making a second row.
- Place one BIO BLOCK on top to complete your pyramid.
- Divide a BIO BLOCK Fire Starter into four pieces.
- Place one piece in the center and ignite.
Can you burn bio bricks in a wood stove?
In addition to being used as a stand-alone wood stove fuel, BioBricks are also great for starting fires and can improve the performance of under-seasoned cord wood when burned together.