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    Cold Effects on Pellets

    My pellets are stored in a cabinet in the garage. During the last 10 days of temps in the teens and sub-zero, the garage temps got down into the 30s.

    Does the extreme cold have a major effect on pellets that would render them 'useless' or ineffective?

    Thanks!

    #2
    unless there is condensation happening in your storage location, you will be fine.

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    #3
    I agree with ItsAllGoneToTheDogs . I've been pellet cooking for over 16 years and never had a problem with cold pellets as long as they are dry.

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      #4
      As long as they remain dry you’re fine.

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        #5
        Keep them dry, otherwise no problem with cold temps.

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          #6
          At some of the extreme temps in my location in the winter the propane grill will "freeze up". The pellet grill never has that problem as long as your pellets are dry.

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