Arthur Atkinson Smokeless Fuel Briquettes | Certified ‘Ready to Burn’
All Arthur Atkinson Smokeless Fuel Briquettes are suitable for use in traditional open fires, multi-fuel stoves and closed appliances.
Our manufactured briquettes are certified ‘Ready to Burn’, which means they have been rigorously tested and authorised for use in smoke controlled areas.
Excel burns with an attractive flame and give high heat output.
All our products are available for delivery in Knaresborough, Harrogate, Boroughbridge, Ripon & Otley.
We also offer collection from our premises in Knaresborough see here for opening times.
- Weight: 20KG Pre Packed/50KG Open Sack
- Smokeless Fuel: Yes
- Smoke Emissions: Less than 5G per hour
- Ash Content: Low
- Certified ‘Ready to Burn’: Yes
- Manufactured: Yes
- Manufacturer: Oxbow Coal Ltd
- Country of Manufacture: UK
- Appliance: Traditional Open Fires, Multi-Fuel Stoves & Closed Appliances
WHICH SMOKELESS FUEL SHOULD I CHOOSE?
All our smokeless fuel briquettes are suitable for use on traditional open fires, multi-fuel stoves & closed appliances.
Traditional Open Fires
Using smokeless fuel briquettes on a traditional open fire will allow for a cleaner burn as opposed to using housecoal. All our briquettes offer a high heat output and low/medium ash content.
If your appliance is any of the following leading manufacturers such as: Morso, Aga,Stovax or Esse we always recommend referring to the manufacturers warranty for guidance on which product to use, generally all certified ‘Ready to Burn’ manufactured briquettes are suitable in multi-fuel stoves.
TIPS FOR LIGHTING YOUR FIRE
Place Arthur Atkinson firelighters and kindling on the fire bed along with a small quantity of your chosen fuel. Carefully ignite.
Once the fire is established add more fuel and adjust the draft regulator to your chosen burn rate.
STORAGE OF ARTHUR ATKINSON SMOKELESS FUEL BRIQUETTES
Arthur Atkinson smokeless fuel briquettes need to be kept dry and out of the elements. Failure to store the product correctly will impact the products performance.
- Ensure flues and chimneys are regularly swept and the appliance has adequate ventilation.
- We strongly recommend the use of a carbon monoxide monitor.
- Wherever possible use fireproof gauntlets/gloves when tending stoves and fires.
- Ensure children and animals are supervised when the fire is lit.
In the event of any concerns regarding your appliance contact your approved chimney sweep, or if you have just moved into your property and struggling to make contact with a chimney sweep take a look at the links below:
The National Association of Chimney Sweeps on 01785 336555 or visit https://nacs.org.uk
The Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps https://www.guildofmasterchimneysweeps.co.uk
Alternatively check out the chimney sweeps and stove installers listed on our site here