stoker-man wrote:Just as I suspected. All far away.
A dealer near Phillipsburg, PA is sending me a few buckets tomorrow. They call it sand coal because it's so fine. I'll throw some on top of my wood fire and see what happens. He uses an oil oil burner blower to force air under the fire and it works great.
Well you suspected wrong again you need to learn to read more into the links I posted & listen more .
Kimmels Bags & sells Bit coal call them .
Also Blaschak can get Bit coal call them .
Penn Keystone coal sell Bit coal call them
Kimmel's Coal and Packaging, Wiconisco, PA; (717) 453-7151, fax (717) 435-8295; Contact Tim Miller for price/shipping and spec sheet. Coal is mined in McDowell Co., WV and bagged/shipped nationally by Kimmel's. 50# poly bags on pallets. Recommended as excellent coal to ABA by several blacksmiths in Colorado and Montanahttp://www.kimmelcoal.com/http://www.blaschakcoal.com/
This link is broken, either the page no longer exists or there is some other issue like a typo.http://www.penncoal.com/wst_page2.html
Penn Keystone Coal Co., RD 1, Box 557, Claysburg, PA 16625
Phone (814) 244-3140; Web: http://www.penncoal.com
Formerly CAMBRIA COAL SALES