Cosyglo | Arigna Fuels

By: Arigna Fuels  05/12/2011
Keywords: Solid Fuels, Peat Briquettes, tennis ball

One of Ireland’s most popular low smoke solid fuels for the last 20 years.

Cosyglo is our specially designed fuel for open fires. It’s one of Ireland’s most popular low smoke solid fuels, so no wonder more people are switching to Cosyglo every year for their open fires. It’s a manufactured coal briquette about the size of a tennis ball that burns for hours.

Cosyglo generates excellent heat and leaves behind very little ash. It combines all the traditional qualities of a real fire, is slow burning and easy to control but it’s low in ash and very efficient. It won’t spark or spit like traditional smokey bituminous coal. It’s available nationwide . No wonder more Irish people are switching to Cosyglo for their open fires each and every year.

Cosyglo is:

  • Powerful – Excellent glowing fires with high heat output.
  • Convenient – Long fire life with less ash.
  • Environmentally-Friendly – Lower CO2 emissions than bituminous coal.
  • Clean – Clean regular size ovoid’s & less unburnt fuel (clinkers)
  • Safe – Won’t spit or spark like traditional coal.

Lighting Guide for Open Fires with Cosyglo

Step 1: Firstly clean away all ashes from the last fire and ensure the ash pan is emptied completely. In order for a fire to burn effectively, it needs to get plenty of air beneath it.

Step 2: Lay some small dry sticks (Kindling) or some peat briquettes on top of a firelighter and let them take off.


Step 3: When the sticks or peat briquettes take off place the Cosyglo on top of the lit sticks / peat briquettes.

Step 4: When the Cosyglo has fully lit and started to burn a bright orange in colour sit back and enjoy your Cosyglo warm open fire and refuel when necessary.

Keywords: Coal Briquette, Peat Briquettes, Solid Fuels, tennis ball,

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