Mini Hotties Heatlogs
Mini Hotties Heatlogs are made from:
100% sawmill by-product from Scotland, Mini Hotties heatlogs are an excellent, densely compacted Pini-Kay type briquette. They flame beautifully and give out wonderful heat. Mini Hotties are identical to standard Hotties but are about an inch shorter in length.
Scottish Mini Hotties heatlogs do not expand, so they are great for an open fire, producing a beautiful flame and then glowing red hot like a bar of steel. They last a long time and generate a considerable amount of heat relative to their size. Easy to break up, use them at any stage of your fire, from kindling to long daytime burning. Hotties heatlogs are suitable for using on their own, but can also be mixed with other briquettes or logs.
Their very dense compression means that they are clean to handle and produce a lot of heat for their size.
Mini Hotties Heatlogs are perfect for:
Mini Hotties are great all-rounders. Break them into smaller sections and they are easy to light, or use them whole for long daytime burning. Ideal in open-fires, they are safe and easy to use as they do not expand. As a bonus, they look very attractive as they burn!
None of our briquettes contain additives or chemicals. They are made from pure, untreated wood by-product and are held together by compression alone.
Country of Origin:
Compression: Approx. 1,700 kg/m3
Calorific value: 4.9 kWh/kg
Max. ash content: <1%
Max. water content: <6%
Product Standard: FSC
Weight: 750g approx.
Pack: 12 Logs = minimum 9kg approx.
Full Pallet: 100 packs = 900kg
Mini Hotties heatlogs come in a shrink-wrapped plastic outer. 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. Managing 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.