Dragon’s Teeth Half Pallet


UK made densely compacted sawdust; approx. 75% softwood and 25% hardwood.

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Dragon’s Teeth Half Pallet

40 x 10.5kg packs = 420kg

Dragon’s Teeth briquettes are an RUF block made in Wales using pure timber waste from staircase manufacturing. They are about 75% softwood and 25% hardwood. A Dragon’s Teeth Half Pallet is a great choice for those wanting to support UK industry.

Because they’re square, RUF Blocks don’t roll in the hearth so are easier and safer to use than the cyclindrical briquettes.

None of our briquettes contain additives or chemicals. They are made from pure, untreated wood by-product and are held together by compression alone.

Burning characteristics:

These easy-to-use briquettes give out steady heat with a nice flame. They burn for around one to two hours depending on airflow and they give off good heat for the duration of their burn time. After an hour or so they leave a good ember bed for the next heat log to go on to.

Perfect for:

Dragon’s Teeth are great for general burning and starting the fire. They are a handy size so they’re excellent on a smaller stove or open fire, but they’re still chunky enough to get a decent burn from. Because they’re easy to light, they can be used on their own but we find that they’re best mixed with our other briquettes to extend their burn time.

Our customers love Dragon’s Teeth because they’re so handy to use and are great for quick heat on smaller stoves. They offer great value for money and the combination of soft and hard woods works brilliantly to get the stove up to temperature.

Country of Origin:

An image of the UK flag, where this product is made



Composition:  75% softwood and 25% hardwood
Compression:  unknown
Calorific value:  4.9 kWh/kg
Max. ash content:  <1%
Max. water content:  <8%
Product Standard:  FSC


Block:  150mm x 90mm x 65mm
Weight:  875g approx.
Pack:  12 blocks = 10.5kg
Half Pallet:  40 packs = 420kg


Dragon’s Teeth 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 work constantly with our suppliers to improve the sustainability of their packaging by encouraging the use of cardboard in place of plastic wherever possible.

Additional information

Weight 440 kg