Homefire Heat Logs (shimada)
A high-energy, next generation fuel, these ultra-dry heat logs provide an attractive flame and sustained heat output.
Quantity Cost Per Unit 1 - 10 £8.40 11 - 30 £8.25 31+ £7.00
Homefire Heat Logs (Shimada)
12 high-energy, ultra-dry logs
This next-generation fuel will have you wondering why you hadn’t switched to it sooner! Made entirely from compressed wood for sustainability, these versatile Shimada Heat Logs can be used in devices or open fires for whatever occasion. They’re ultra-dry and efficient so they will last for a long time and produce stunning, smokeless flames. Supplied in a pack of 12, see why Shimada Heat Logs make a compelling choice compared to traditional firewood.
- Made from just compressed wood
- 100% clean with no additives or chemicals
- Easy to light
- Burn with sustained heat and attractive flame
- Suitable for wood burners, multi-fuel stoves, open fires, chimeneas
Storage Instructions: Must be kept dry.
|Moisture Content||10 to 15 percent|
|Smoke Emissions||Less than 10g per hour|
|CO2 Saving||100 Percent|
|Ready to Burn||Yes|
|Log Size||195 x 65 x 65mm|
|Works Best On||Multi Fuel Stoves, Open Fires, Chimeneas|
Our Shimada Heat Logs are some of the driest and most efficient logs you’ll find anywhere. This alternative to traditional firewood provides a substantial source of heat and stunning flames.
Using your Shimada Heat Logs is thankfully straightforward. Here is a step-by-step guide to building your fire with these logs:
- Remove any lingering debris from where you plan to start your fire; this will ensure that your fire will burn much better.
- Next, place your firelighters onto the empty base before piling a generous amount of kindling on top, making sure all parts are spread as evenly as possible.
- Light the firelighters to create small flames, which should get the kindling going.
- Carefully place your Heat Logs on top of the flames, making sure they are spread out across the combustion chamber.
- If the fire begins to dwindle, simply move the logs around to generate pockets of air flow, or add more logs to the fire.
- Once the fire has died and the heat has gone, clean the area for future fires.
For all other information on fire maintenance and performance, explore the Homefire website.