Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Irish Peat Moss

Peat briquettes (not just irish moss peat briquettes) can be created from a selection of different fuels including the commonly known Irish Moss. They are usually cylindrical blocks of solid fuel that has been compressed. They are used to help start fires when camping, for fireplaces or even barbecues. Peat Briquettes are also seen made from hay, sawdust and coal but they can also be made with a large range of other fuels and are popular worldwide.

Irish Moss peat briquetes are most popular in Ireland for their smokeless burning properties and are typically used as a common household fuel. This makes irish moss peat briquettes easy to obtain across the UK and recommended for rural areas with strict fire burning regulations.

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