Charcoal

Royal Charcoal

Charcoal making is an old and honorable trade. Its origins are lost in prehistory and the traditional methods of making it have changed surprisingly little -from ancient times till now. The only new factors are that the simple methodologies have been rationalized and that science has verified the basic processes which take place during carbonation and spelled out the quantitative and qualitative laws which govern the process.

New methods which have been introduced by royal in some parts of the developed have supplanted the old technology. Their newness does not reside in the principle of carbonation itself but in the rationalization of the use of heat, materials handling and labor and in some instances the recovery of by-products from the smoke given off during carbonisation.

New in the world of advertising is automatically assumed to mean ‘better’ it is not surprising that there has been an upsurge of interest in these new technologies by the developing world in attempting to increase the availability of charcoal and wood fuels. This Forestry Paper tries to supply a rational answer to the question:- “How can the industrial making systems make a useful contribution to charcoal production in the developing world?”

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If one elects to make charcoal using one or other of the methods in this paper it will still be necessary to make use of the information in, because with the Industrial technologies about 90% of the process from the growing and harvesting of the wood to the distribution and sale of the finished charcoal is still the same as with the traditional methods. The newness resides in the carbonisation step and the replacement of labour intensive methods of materials handling with capital intensive methods.

– The yield of charcoal from the wood is higher.
– Carbonisation is more rapid.
– Charcoal can be made -from raw materials that cannot be processed by traditional methods.
– Industrial chemicals and heat energy can be recovered from the smoke given off during carbonisation.
– By recovering by-products from the smoke there is less pollution of the environment.

– The yield of charcoal is higher.

In traditional charcoal making part of the wood is burned to dry out and carbonise the remainder. During carbonisation there is also an exothermic production of heat as the wood structure decomposes to form charcoal and this supplements the heat derived from burning part of the charge. The most efficient of the retort systems described later is capable of giving yields of about one ton of charcoal from about 3.5 tons of wood providing the wood is well dried and the retort operated properly. The best that can be achieved by brick kilns is about one ton from 4.5 tons of well dried wood.

lace of Origin:Bangladesh; Brand Name:Customize; Model Number: wood charcoal; Material: Hard Wood
Application: Barbecue (BBQ); Shape: Hexagonal, Stick hexagonal; Type:Machine-Made Charcoal, Wood sawdust,machine made coal; Calory (J):7500; Ash Content (%):3.8; Color:Black; Fixed Carbon (%): 85

Applicaion:
Cooking coal , bbq
Volatile Matter (%):10
Moisture:<5%
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
wood charcoal packing :10kg/ctn inside plastic,20ft about 1450ctns,1*40ft about 2580ctns.

Delivery Time
About 25 days for 40ft
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1.Can you provide sample?
We can provide sample free and freight charges is collected
2.What is your MOQ?
Our product MOQ is 10kg
3.What kind of package will we use?
25kg plastic bags,and it also can be customized
4.What is the delivery time?
It will take about 3-5 days for 1*20GP container
5.Could you give me a discount?
Yes, we can have a negotiation
6.Could you give me suggestion according to the information we describe?
Of course,it is our mission to offer you professional service.
7.What are shipping ways?
By sea,by air,by courier.International train
8.what is the type of your company?
We are a manufacture and trading company.