RUF Oak Half Pallet
48 x 10kg packs = 480kg
Our RUF Oak blocks are made in Poland using waste sawdust from parquet flooring manufacturing. They contain a mixture of oak and pine sawdust, which makes them easy to ignite but also long-burning. They smell lovely as well!
None of our briquettes contain additives or chemicals. They are made from pure, untreated wood by-product and are held together by compression alone.
Our RUF Oak are the best you’ll find in the UK – and we’ve tried a lot! Thanks to their very dense compression they’re smooth, clean and produce an impressive amount of heat for two to four hours, depending on airflow. Unusually, they have a unique ‘waist’, which makes them easy to handle and improves air flow around the block, making them perfect for getting the stove started. A very high compression level makes them much cleaner than most other RUF briquettes and therefore less messy in the house. This is what makes them so much better than the many other RUF blocks on the market, and is why these attractive briquettes have been a firm favourite with our staff and customers for years.
Use with a few Hotmax cobs and a Waxling firelighter to start your fire quickly and easily – you will not need to add any additional fuel for a couple of hours. RUF Oak produce a good flame for the first hour or so before burning down to leave a hot bed of embers, which is all ready for your next briquette.
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Calorific value: 5.0 kWh/kg
Max. ash content: <1%
Max. water content: <8%
Product Standard: N/A
Pack: 10 blocks = 10kg
Pallet: 96 x 10kg = 960kg
RUF Oak blocks come in a shrink-wrapped pack, which is widely recyclable. Please check with your local authority for recycling facilities.
The briquetting industry uses plastic to wrap wood briquettes in order to ensure they stay dry, as damp briquettes break up and are 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.