Coconut Shell Charcoal
The process of producing the coconut shell charcoal begins with the carbonization by burning the coconut shell with controlled air that is sufficient for carbonization. The output of charcoal in the traditional pith method is just below 30% yield. To obtain good quality charcoal, fully dried, clean, only mature shells are used. Coconut Charcoal are then sieved to the different sizes that the buyer requires.
Coconut Charcoal Briquette
is a compact block charcoal which made from coconut shell charcoal. Charcoal briquette is made of granular coconut shell charcoal that is crushed charcoal and molded using a natural binder. As fuel, it is hotter and last longer than other charcoal. It is suitable for household use both indoor and outdoor. Also, it can be used in food industries, for barbecue, stove fuel, metallurgy, etc.
It is natural, made from renewable source, virtually smokeless, and produces a small quantity of ash, burns 1.5 times longer than typical hardwood charcoal (more or less 3-1/2 hours at temperature 730F). The length of the briquettes can be customized from 3-12 cm and the standard packing is 3 kilos per carton box with 130 pieces per carton or in 7.5 kg carton box with 105 pieces of charcoal briquettes. Other packing sizes and types are available as per buyer's request.