Charcoal is a light black residue consisting of carbon, and any remaining ash, obtained by removing water and other volatile constituents from animal and vegetation substances. Charcoal is usually produced by slow pyrolysis, the heating of wood or other substances in the absence of oxygen. It is usually an impure form of carbon as it contains ash.We sell hardwood lump charcoal from materials such as tamarind wood, Mangrove,acacia, mahogany, rosewood, etc..Our products are of high quality,confirming to international specifications and available competitive prices.

Mangrove Charcoal

Mangrove charcoal is considered superior for cooking to regular coal because it burns longer and produces less smoke. Locally, it is used to cook favourites such as satay and seafood. There was recently a sharp increase in Japanese demand for mangrove charcoal. Mangrove charcoal is also used as a detoxifying agent in some traditional medicines.

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Mangrove CharcoalSpecification Grade A1 Grade B3
Heating Value 7200Kcal- 7500Kcal/Kg 7200Kcal- 7500Kcal/Kg
Ash Content 4% ( Max. on Dry Basis ) 4% ( Max. on Dry Basis )
Fixed Carbon 63% - 75% 63% - 75%
Volatile Matter 23% - 28% 23% - 28%
Moisture 3% - 5% 3% - 5%
Sulfur 0.2% (Max. on Dry Basis ) 0.2% (Max. on Dry Basis )
Average Weight/Piece 270g 95g/unit
WHOLEROUND 80% 0%
CHUNK BROKEN + SPLIT BROKEN 20% 0%
LUMP CUTS 0% 100%
Dust & Small particles 0% 0%
Cross Section 2.5cm~5.0cm 6cm ~ 11cm
Length 18cm~21cm 6cm ~ 11cm
Packaging in PP Green Bag 20kg 20kg

 
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Tamarind Charcoal-Origin Indonesia

Tamarind wood charcoal is non sparkling long burn high heat value free spark levels and ashes low suitable for bbq restautrant we are suppliers export and traders from indonesia. We have all kinds of wood charcoal of indonesian and high quality coke with value high heat sparks free free chemical content ashes low good for bbq or a restaurant.

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Characteristics

  • MC ( 5% max)
  • Ash Content ( 5% max)
  • Volatile matter: 20 %
  • Fixed Carbon: 69.5%
  • Calorie Value: 6725 ( Kcal/ kg)
  • Raw Material: Tamarind wood
  • Packing -20 Kg PP bags

 
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Hardwood Charcoal-African Origin

The need for a quality alternative energy source has earned a unchallenged market share in the European and Asian markets. Lump charcoal or hardwood charcoal derived from Harwood trees is the most preferred material for barbeque uses as it is odorless , smokeless, with high calorific value , long burning hours ( exceeds 4 hours ) and minimum moisture content.

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Characteristics

  • 30mm to 200mm length.
  • Less than 50mm diameter.
  • Non shining/ non sparkling lumps
  • Carbon content - 75% minimum
  • Ash content - 4% max
  • Moisture - 5% to 7%
  • Packing -20 Kg PP bags
  • percentage of smaller lumps below 30mm - maximum 4%.

 
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