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The resulting peat brick or briquette as they are commonly known is a fuel that is virtually smokeless slowburning and easy to store and transport Briquettes are widely used to heat homes and business throughout the country Siobháns Irish Fire Logs are Irish peat briquettes made from the finest milled peat Irelands answer to burning wood

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  • Bord Na Mona Irish Peat Briquettes 2022

    Bord Na Mona Irish Peat Briquettes 2022

    Nov 09 2015 · Peat Briquettes have a longer burn time and a higher heat output than wood Create that homely feeling with the scent of burning real Irish peat Approx 20 24 individual bricks in a bale of briquettes Each will burn for about 3 hours

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  • Burning Peat  MOTHER EARTH NEWS

    Burning Peat MOTHER EARTH NEWS

    Burning Peat A Renewable Fuel These peat chunks are drying in Francis basement an essential step because of the newly gathered materials very high water content The ruler is included to show

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  • Food Ireland Irish Peat Briquettes 2022 Fire Logs

    Food Ireland Irish Peat Briquettes 2022 Fire Logs

    Bord na Móna’s peat Irish fire logs have a 23 hour burn time a higher heat output than wood and of course will create that homely feeling you can only get with the scent of burning real Irish peat Approx 20 22 individual bricks or fire logs in a bale of briquettes 2 3 fire logs will burn

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  • Authentic Sods

    Authentic Sods

    The wonderful aroma of turfpeat burning in a fireplace is for many people as much a part of Ireland as Guinness Now if you are living in the US and looking for a genuine Irish turf or peat fire to chase away those chilly nights or to bring the wonderful aroma of Ireland to you then look no further than Glynn Bros

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  • Peat fires turf fires cooking over peat stacks cutting

    Peat fires turf fires cooking over peat stacks cutting

    Turf fires burning peat Cooking and living with peat fires Peat fires may seem like a wintertime topic but in fact summer is the time for cutting turves of peat drying them and stacking them There used to be many areas of northern Europe better supplied with peat bogs than with trees

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  • What Is Irish Turf  Irish American Mom

    What Is Irish Turf Irish American Mom

    Jan 19 2015 · Known as peat in other parts of the world the Irish prefer the term turf unless referring to hard compressed fuel blocks known as peat briquettes But whatever you call these brown earthen blocks I think most Irish people appreciate the warmth and comfort of a turf fire

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  • Irish Fire Logs  Irish Peat Irish Turf and Fireplace

    Irish Fire Logs Irish Peat Irish Turf and Fireplace

    Allnatural Irish Peat and Irish Turf products Home of Siobháns Irish Fire Logs and Siobháns Irish Firewood The Ballydesmond Companys unique product offerings are the perfect complement to any fireplace fire pit barbecue or campfire

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  • Irish Turf Distributors

    Irish Turf Distributors

    At Irish Turf Distributors we sell Irish Turf in the traditional whole bales that you would buy in Ireland Our business is not about repackaging whole traditional bales into smaller ones or selling you 5 bricks or less at full bale prices

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  • Peat  Wikipedia

    Peat Wikipedia

    Peat p iː t also known as turf t ɜːr f is an accumulation of partially decayed vegetation or organic matter It is unique to natural areas called peatlands bogs mires moors or muskegs The peatland ecosystem is the most efficient carbon sink on the planet because peatland plants capture CO 2 naturally released from the peat maintaining an equilibrium

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  • Does Anyone Burn Irish Peat in Their Fireplace  Pelican

    Does Anyone Burn Irish Peat in Their Fireplace Pelican

    Does Anyone Burn Irish Peat in Their Fireplace A neighbor told me that Irish Peat from the bogs has a great aroma burns long and generates a good deal of heat Has anyone ever tried it

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  • Siobhans Irish Fire Logs Irish Peat with Fire Starters

    Siobhans Irish Fire Logs Irish Peat with Fire Starters

    Siobhans Irish Fire Logs Irish Peat with Fire Starters Biddy Murphy Home Decor Irish Peat Bag of Turf Miniature Souvenir Authentic Five Brick Briquettes Burnable 2 Inches x ½ Inches Made in Ireland 32 out of 5 stars 16 1995 Burning these fills the air around your home with the wonderful scent of burning peat

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  • Turf Wars Irish Fighting Ban on Peat  Live Science

    Turf Wars Irish Fighting Ban on Peat Live Science

    Recently enacted European Union regulations as well as Irish law ban the collection of turf from 53 peatbog conservation areas despite the centuriesold tradition of burning peat as a heat

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  • What Is Irish Turf  Irish American Mom

    What Is Irish Turf Irish American Mom

    Jan 19 2015 · Known as peat in other parts of the world the Irish prefer the term turf unless referring to hard compressed fuel blocks known as peat briquettes But whatever you call these brown earthen blocks I think most Irish people appreciate the warmth and comfort of a turf fire

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  • Garden Supply Coco Peat Brick 3Set300coco  The Home Depot

    Garden Supply Coco Peat Brick 3Set300coco The Home Depot

    Product Overview Coco peat is a growingpotting medium that out performs many popular brands of peat It increases the shelf life of plants and reduces watering Coco peat is 100 organic It can be

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  • The peat problem and alternatives  Green Living Tips

    The peat problem and alternatives Green Living Tips

    Jan 02 2011 · The burning of peat unlocks carbon that has been sequestered for centuries and by burning it faster than peat can be produced we’re just adding to our climate change woes The harvesting of the peat moss is also simply unsustainable It’s a slow growing plant and so much of it is needed to form the bricks that a favoured by gardeners

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  • Burning the Right Wood  Jøtul

    Burning the Right Wood Jøtul

    Apple – Burns slowly with a small flame size and produces a pleasant scent Ash – Considered the best wood for burning it produces a steady flame and strong heat output Beech – Burns similar to Ash Birch – Produces a strong heat output but can burn quite quickly Maple Very dense with a burn similar to oak

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  • Irish Turf Distributors

    Irish Turf Distributors

    At Irish Turf Distributors we sell Irish Turf in the traditional whole bales that you would buy in Ireland Our business is not about repackaging whole traditional bales into smaller ones or selling you 5 bricks or less at full bale prices

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  • Youre Fired 6 Things You Should Never Burn in a

    Youre Fired 6 Things You Should Never Burn in a

    Burning the right materials is only the beginning for fireplace safety Before you start your first fire of the season contact a chimney service company to schedule a fireplace and chimney inspection and cleaning Creosote buildup in the chimney can cause a chimney fire and unfortunately creosote is not something you can see by looking up the flue An experienced chimney sweep will need a camera

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  • Briquettes are the hot new thing for your woodburning

    Briquettes are the hot new thing for your woodburning

    Oct 10 2015 · Briquettes are the hot new thing for your woodburning stove so cut out the logs The environmental writer Chris Goodall has done the sums and heats his home using wood pellets – similar to briquettes – made from UK wood The Drax coal power station burns pellets shipped from the US on the basis that the carbon savings are more than 80 once the life cycle of the trees are taken into account

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  • The peat problem and alternatives  Green Living Tips

    The peat problem and alternatives Green Living Tips

    Jan 02 2011 · The burning of peat unlocks carbon that has been sequestered for centuries and by burning it faster than peat can be produced we’re just adding to our climate change woes The harvesting of the peat moss is also simply unsustainable It’s a slow growing plant and so much of it is needed to form the bricks that a favoured by gardeners

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  • Irish Peat Briquettes 2022 Fire Logs  Patio

    Irish Peat Briquettes 2022 Fire Logs Patio

    Peat Briquettes have a longer burn time and a higher heat output than wood Create that homely feeling with the scent of burning real Irish peat Approx 20 24 individual bricks in a bale of briquettes Each will burn for about 3 hours

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  • Burning the Right Wood  Jøtul

    Burning the Right Wood Jøtul

    While all woods burns better when seasoned in general the best wood for burning in your stove is the wood you are most likely to come across Here are our recommendations Apple – Burns slowly with a small flame size and produces a pleasant scent Ash – Considered the best wood for burning it produces a steady flame and strong heat output

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  • Clinker brick  Wikipedia

    Clinker brick Wikipedia

    Clinker bricks take on a special colouring often greenish tones if burnt with peat The Chilehaus and the Ramada Hotel in Hamburg are famous buildings built with peatfired clinker The last ring stove for peatfired clinker still operating is in Nenndorf near Aurich East Frisia producing bricks marketed under the name “Wittmunder Torfbrandklinker” peatfired clinker of Wittmund

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  • How to make fuel briquettes without a press

    How to make fuel briquettes without a press

    Jan 23 2011 · How to make fuel briquettes without a press 17 Instead of a bottle you can use a container with tapering sides suchas a bucket or a plastic flower pot for the mold and a second one asthe piston The flower pot already has drainage slits around thebottom and slits have been cut in the bottom edge of the bucket inthe photo Be sure to use a plastic liner with drainage holes

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  • Coco and Coir Peat Fibre Growing Medium a ReviewWhy

    Coco and Coir Peat Fibre Growing Medium a ReviewWhy

    Horticultural coir is a peat substitute that is made out of the pith formed between the fibres This coir pith is washed treated sieved graded and then dried before being compressed into bricks or blocks or sold loosely in a bag HOW TO USE COIR COMPOST Coir can be used in containers alone or mixed with multipurpose compost

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  • Peat  Stuff for Sale  Gumtree

    Peat Stuff for Sale Gumtree

    Firewood and peats for sale Peats are good burning peats and create great heat Firewood is good and dry and well seasoned Red net bags of kindling Perfect for open fires multi purpose stoves wood burner etc Blocks are £3 softwood £350 hardw

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    peat bricks

    NUTS N BOLTS 30kg Irish Fire Peat Burning Turf Fuel Natural Hand Cut Turves log Peat Heat 45 out of 5 stars 39 2 x 10 Litre COCO PEAT COIR BRICKSBLOCKS PEAT FREE COMPOST 46 out of 5

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  • How do you cut Irish peat brick and is it soft and easy to

    How do you cut Irish peat brick and is it soft and easy to

    1 Step1 Measure the peat to desired proportions This is usually a 9 inch by 9 inch by 9 inch block although the size and dimensions vary according to culture and the purpose of the blockfor

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  • Fueling Fire The Burning of Peat for Energy – Blogging a

    Fueling Fire The Burning of Peat for Energy – Blogging a

    Jun 05 2018 · A single brick of peat will only burn for 15 minutes or so which means that vast amounts of peat must be dried in order to last one home an entire winter Despite the controversy surrounding the use of peat it still appears to be widely used by many Irish people

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