Smokeless coal is an excellent option for those of you who need fuel for open fires, room heaters or multi-fuel stoves, but don’t want the nasty byproduct – smoke – that comes with burning regular house coal.
We sell a variety of bags of smokeless coal including peat briquettes, glo therm, staffords lignite nuggets and country blend, all available in bulk order giving you a great cost effective option. We also provide a next day delivery service for customers in the Wexford and Wicklow areas, so just choose how much you want and we’ll take care of the rest!
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1.36m Oak Crate€475.00 Add to cart
Glo Therm€105.00 – €774.00 Select options
Nuggets€108.00 – €800.00 Select options
Coyles Calco Flame€96.00 – €725.00 Select options
Stafford’s Country Blend€114.00 – €885.00 Select options
Hayes Surelite€102.00 – €789.00 Select options
Hi-Heat Smokeless€102.00 – €783.00 Select options
Calco Flame€96.00 – €725.00 Select options
Peat Briquettes€19.50 – €94.00 Select options
Feedwell Maintenance€18.95 Add to cart
Best Smokeless Coal Available
When it comes to smokeless coal, quality is very important and we only settle for the best products for our customers. We stock the best smokeless coal on the market and have numerous different brands for you to choose from.
Smokeless coal releases a high amount of heat, along with it’s extended burn time, which makes it an ideal fuel source for open fires, fireplaces and multi-fuel stoves. With regular coal, there’s no smoke without fire – with smokeless coal, you can keep the fire going without worrying about potential soot residue and tar build-up, making it ideal for cooking on the stove and keeping the fireplace going.
How is Smokeless Coal Made?
Anyone who is used to using the traditional house coals we have on offer may have often wondered ‘what is smokeless made from?. The answer to that is anthracite – a very similar base material to normal coal, but without the usual contaminants like sulfur, making it a much purer carbon.
The anthracite is then crushed and ground down into a powder, mixed with a smokeless binding agent and re-made into briquettes. Smokeless coal is far more versatile when this process is applied to and can be used in several different appliances as a result.
Is smokeless coal good for the environment?
Simply put, yes. Smokeless coal uses less volatile elements, meaning it’s cleaner to burn as there’s far less toxic smoke compared to regular coal. Smokeless coal also releases more heat and has a longer burning time compared to other fuel sources, ensuring your carbon footprint is as low as possible whilst remaining efficient.
Is smokeless coal better than regular coal?
When deciding on whether to get smokeless or regular coal, there are a few factors to consider; heat output, cost, the requirements of the stove, etc. Smokeless coal releases more heat and burns for a longer period of time compared to regular coal. The cost is fairly comparable, but as smokeless coal is more cost effective in the long-term, it is the more affordable option. Smokeless coal is also better for the environment as it releases less harmful fumes to the atmosphere.