Beech Nestro Half Pallet
48 x 10kg packs = 480kg
We have been unable to secure sufficient levels of Beech Nestro to meet demand. Our pre-order book is now closed. We are currently looking for alternative products to help meet demand, so please check back.
Beech Nestro are made in Germany from pure beech grindings, which are very fine and so produce a very dense, dust-free briquette. The beech sawdust comes from a company producing high-end beech products and structures.
None of our briquettes contain additives or chemicals. They are made from pure, untreated wood by-product and are held together by compression alone.
Each chunky log weighs around 2.5kg, so they’re great for bigger stoves. For smaller stoves, just break them into pieces before using. This is easy to do – break them by sharply tapping two of the heat logs together a couple of times. They’re very highly compressed, so they produce no dust and this density helps them burn for a good few hours. Best of all, they also produce huge amounts of heat with an attractive flame. They expand by about 30% as they burn, so place them across the firebox and just use small amounts until you’re confident with their burning characteristics on your particular stove or fire.
We think these are the best briquette we’ve ever stocked – they give great heat, very clean burning and are dust free, so they’re much better for people with asthma.
Great for both stoves and open fires, Beech Nestro are best used on an established fire because they don’t light easily and need a decent air flow to get going. For most stoves we recommend breaking them in half, as they will expand a little while burning.
Country of Origin
Composition: 100% clean beech grindings
Calorific value: 5.2 kWh/kg
Max. ash content: 0.9%
Max. water content: 8%
Product Standard: produced from FEFC woodland
Log: 295mm x 95mm
Pack: 4 Logs x c.2.5kg = c.10kg
Pallet: 96 packs = 960kg
Beech Nestro come in a shrink-wrapped pack, which is widely recyclable. Please check with your local authority for recycling facilities.
Plastic is widely used for wrapping briquettes, in order to ensure that they stay dry, as a damp briquette will break up and be unsuitable for burning. The environmental impact of our products is important to us, so we are constantly working with our suppliers to improve the sustainability of their packaging by using cardboard in place of plastic wherever possible.