Lekto Hardwood Heat Logs Briquettes 20KG | High Temperature Fast Heating Economical Alternative To Traditional Kiln Dried Fire Wood | Multi Fuel Eco Pack For Log Burners - Open Fires - Wood Burning Stoves & Fire Pits
Enjoy keeping warm on cold winter nights and get the barbeque going on glorious summer days with the Lekto Wood Fuels Hardwood Heat Logs. All our products are economically sourced from sustainable forests and no chemicals have been added during production. This also reduces the sparking and spitting of embers which often occurs with traditional wood logs. The heating log features a hole in the centre from production which supports the burning to form embers which is turn will keep a stove warmer for longer.
Our customers give us fantastic feedback because our heat logs boast a low moisture content, which results in the briquettes being easy to light and feature a longer burning time with a high heat output. The fantastic heating property of hardwood heat logs allows it to be used in multiple situations such as fire pits, chimineas, BBQs, open fires, cassette fires, log boilers and log burning stoves. These hard wood logs can be used in a controlled smoke when used in a DEFRA approved appliance. The consistent briquettes sizes are ideal for log burning stoves but we recommend breaking into smaller sections as the log expands in burning. A high burning temperature ensures if used in a log burner in a home setting that the room warms up quickly.
The heating properties of our Heat Logs make them suitable for a number situations including log burners and fire pits. Heat log briquettes can burn at higher temperatures than traditional firewood.
The hardwood Heat Logs are easy to light which is handy for cold nights when heat is required. Each log burns completely through leaving nothing un-burnt. We always recommend the use of Lekto Natural Firelighters.
Our Hardwood Heat Logs are in packs of 5 log briquettes weighing in at 10kg. These packs are wrapped which helps keep moisture out the wood. These space saving packs must be stored in a dry area with no direct contact to moisture.