Whats Is Hardwood Charcoal & How It’s Made?
Hardwood charcoal is simply a fresh hardwood that is processed into charcoal.
Fresh hardwood is usually processed by slow pyrolysis method of heating fresh hardwood with very little presence of oxygen at a temperature of around 450°C- 650°C. This process is easily referred to as charcoal burning or carbonisation.
The slow pyrolysis process will take between 18 hours to 14 days, depending on the carbonisation method and technology used. This process is intended to remove water and all volatile matters compounds such as methane, hydrogen and tar leaving behind the majority of solid carbon call “charcoal”.
Hardwood Charcoal also known as “lump charcoal” or “natural” hardwood charcoal. The “lump” meaning that the charcoal form was in it “natural size form” or without a definite or standard shape.
The Amazing Features & Benefits Of Hardwood Charcoal
- All – Natural Bio – Fuel (No Additive)
- Lights Quickly
- Burns Hotter
- Easier to Adjust The Temperature (With Adjustable Air Vents)
- Price More Cheaper (Compare To Charcoal Briquettes)
- Very Little Ash
- Nice Smokey Flavour
What Type Of Hardwood?
Malaysia is one of the world’s largest tropical timber and timber product exporter to more than 160 destinations worldwide. This tropical timber processing activity produces an excellent amount of hardwood waste for hardwood charcoal production – sustainably.
(Note: Malaysia has been practising Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) since 1901. The overall harvesting of timber in Malaysia is based on each state’s stipulated quota (annual allowable cut), which is approved by the National Forestry Council (NFC) in the past or National Land Council (NLC) today, and adopted by the respective states.)
Here are some of the popular tropical hardwood species that are processed into tropical hardwood charcoal:
- Chengal (Neobalanocarpus)
- Balau (Shorea laevis)
- Balau Merah (Shorea balangeran)
- Merbau (Intsia bijuga)
- Keruing (Dipterocarpus)
- Kempas (Koompassia malaccensis)
- Kapur (Dryobalanops aromatica)
- Mengkulang (Heritiera)
- Tualang (Koompassia excelsa)
Introducing Tropical Hardwood Charcoal For Your BBQ & Grilling
The video below shows a traditional method of making tropical hardwood charcoal into high quality charcoal. This process normally takes 14 days. The efficiency of carbonisation is 100%.
Tropical Hardwood Charcoal Spesifications:
Unique Service Advantages Offer:
1. Any Niche Market Oriented
We provide hardwood charcoal production services according to your market needs. Ideal for supermarket niche, groceries stores, BBQ & Grill restaurants, online commerce and convenience stores.
2. Customized Packaging
Your niche market determines the specific types and design of packaging that you required. No need to waste your time and worry, simply leave it to us and we will take care of everything.
3. Professional, Ethics & Sustainable
Although charcoal is the oldest human-made fuel and we do not inherit the earth from our ancestors but we borrow it from our future generatios, thus all processes from start to finish are professionally run on environmentally friendly manner. You’re with the right and trusted business partner.
Tropical Hardwood Charcoal Summary:
Type: Lump (Natural) Size
Grade: A + Commercial
Price Per Tonne: EXW, FOB, CNF & CIF
50% Deposit Upon Purchase Order. Balance 50% Once The Goods Are Ready To Transport To Port.
Local Bank Transfer or International Telegraphic Transfer
Average Lead Time:
14 – 28 Working Days
- PP Bags (Used)
- Carton Boxes (New)
- Kraft Bags (New)
Average 20 Tonne/40′ FCL HC With 900+- PP Bags
We Will Provide All Export Documents:
- Packing List
- Bill Of Lading
- Custom Declaration
- Certificate Of Origin
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