Kindling Splints

Where there’s fire there’s kindling. You’re going to need a quick and reliable way to start a nice fire in your fireplace or wood burner, and we have got just the right solution for you. We supply a kiln-dried natural kindling split into about 18-20 cm long convenient splints. We also offer customized sizes based on customer preferences. Our selection includes kindling made of birch, spruce and pine trees. When you have selected the preferred kindling material and size, you can pick the type of packaging you want as well, whether it’s nets or plastic packaging.

You can use it indoors as well as outdoors for fire-starting any solid wood fuel. Our kindling is suitable for Smoke Control Zones since it burns clean and no chemicals are added in the drying process.

We offer kindling splints that are made from dried birch, pine or spruce. All of our splints come in the size of approximately 18-20 cm long and our splints come in nets or plastic packages. Length and packing depend on our customers’ preferences. Kindling wood is a cleaner-burning source for starting a fire than any other types of kindling.

What wood is best for kindling?

It is possible to make kindling out of all kinds of tree species but the general rule is that the sticks have to be dry and relatively small in order to effectively start a fire that will catch on to the bigger logs or other denser wood fuel. People find that splints from hazel, elm, beech, hawthorn, ash, birch, spruce and pine trees are best to use, therefore they are so popular. We offer a selection of spruce, birch and pine tree kindling sticks. Pine kindling burns fast and hot, birch will produce a fierce fire, and spruce wood is a common and available burning material.

Why is kindling used to start a fire?

You can gather any type and amount of burning materials and wood fuel for your needs, and a fire starting method will be up to you, kindling is by far the most common, it’s easy to use, easy to choose and it will start your fire without any hitches. The kindling material comes in small sizes and therefore easily catches flames, then it ignites the largest pieces of wood fuel. It’s no wonder that fire starting with kindling is so popular, after all, it’s been around since the firewood burning itself has been around.

How do you get kindling?

In order to make kindling a kindling material is required, typically one can gather fallen wood branches and twigs, etc, and then store and dry them for later use. There are scraps and leftovers from wood chopping and sawing, and planing and generally other woodworking byproducts that are usable, but it may take a little while until you can gather all the necessary amounts for your needs. Not to mention if you were to split your splints it can take away your time and is not exactly the safest way to produce splints, this may result in injuries if you choose to manually split them. Therefore, it’s convenient to acquire the amount you need in advance such as our kindling products which are safely split and measured, ecologically kind dried and contain less than 20% of moisture.

How do you split firewood into kindling?

The traditional method of splitting firewood is manual and is the same process for splitting kindling. You find your preferred wood material, log or big branch etc, you then set it in place and chop it with an axe. When the log or whatever you use has been chopped to smaller pieces, you can switch to machete type wood splitters or use the same axe. Every time you split the wood pieces be careful as to not interfere with the axe’s swing, aim, chop and repeat, it is a skill and can be quite enjoyable when done properly. This is basically the same method we use in the industry to split wood logs in to bulk kindling wood, except without the manual one-person labour, instead our kindling machines, which are set to be precise and are powerful, can take on a much larger quantity of kindling wood, maintain better speed and accuracy, and generally is a much safer method than individual kindle splitting. This allows us to produce a fine quality kindling in bulk, neatly packed for your convenience and ensures long shelf life, as well as our products, are protected from excess moisture.

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Our kindling splints are a simple-to-use and clean source for starting a fire. If you are looking for high quality kindling splints contact us today.