MDL Instant Light Smokeless Fire Logs - Case of 12 Logs
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Plus it doesn’t emit ‘black smoke’, which is high in toxins, including, cadmium, arsenic, mercury and PM2. They are easy to burn, approved for use in smoke controlled areas and they deliver up to a 2-hour burn time.
Igniting an instant light fire log is as simple as lighting the wrapper and that’s it…no seriously that’s really it. In summation, if your domicile is pretty much airtight, you need a log burner that extracts air from outside ,rather than inside, the room. If you’re on the cusp of deciding that a log burner could be right for you, here’s a few more facts to help you make the move into action.The high carbon content in smokeless fuels makes it burn cleaner than conventional fuel sources making it ideal to use even in smoke control areas. The extruded fire logs are individually wrapped in paper packaging and this packaging acts as your fire starter – no kindling needed.
These Instant Light Firelogs are manufactured from compressed sawdust, making them environmentally friendly and suitable for smoke control areas. Windless conditions and air pollutants formed a thick layer of smog over the city for 4 days, paralysing the capital and causing many deaths. While most people have heard of kiln dried or seasoned logs, instant light fire logs are less well known.
It is not necessary that you are home when we deliver, and if that is the case, you must advise us accordingly as to where to leave the product. Plus they are sustainably made using saw dust and wax, so you’ll be doing your bit for the planet too.
If there was a reason to keep the party going on for longer, here’s one – in a large, but easy to carry bag – for you. Our Heat Logs are ideal for use in fireplaces, stoves and log burners, as they deliver a whoppingly high heat output with minimal smoke and ash – keeping all your kit nice and clean.Also (due to the manufacturing process) compressed sawdust fire logs burn in a more controlled manner, meaning that you use less fuel overall. Smokeless fuel’ is a confusing term to many people, because all solid fuel emits some smoke when burned. However, you don’t need to be Hercule Poirot to know that we’re exploring smokeless fuel options at the moment.