Briquette Hexagonal

Charcoal Briquette For Barbeque

A briquette is a compressed block of coal dust or other combustible biomass material such as charcoal, sawdust, wood chips, peat, or paper used for fuel and kindling to start a fire. Unlike lump charcoal which is pure wood, additives are added in the process of making briquettes. The additives are mainly used to hold the materials together in order to achieve clean little blocks that are often roundish-squarish in shape which makes them easier to stack. Although briquettes burn longer, they do not burn as hot as lump charcoal.

Material : Coconut Shell & Hardwood
type : Hexagonal
➢ Product Detail: Coconut Shell Briquette fo Barbeque
➢ Size: 5 x 5, 10 x 5, 15 x 5
➢ Payment Terms: L/C
➢ The Price include: Inner Plastic, Inner Box, Master Box







Specification :
➢ Coconut Shell & Hardwood
➢ Original from Indonesia Island
➢ Ash Content Max 10% - 15%
➢ Moisture Max 5% - 7%
➢ Volatile Meter 20%
➢ Fixed Carbon 70% - 90%
➢ Calorie 8000 - 9000 Kcal
➢ White Cream Color
➢ Good Visibility
➢ Burning Time 4 – 6 Hours
➢ Drop Test 3x1 Meters
➢ No smoky, No Chemical, No Spark or smell

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