What is Charcoal?
Charcoal is the lightweight black carbon and ash residue hydrocarbon produced 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. This process is called charcoal burning. The finished charcoal consists largely of carbon.
The advantage of using charcoal instead of just burning wood is the removal of the water and other components. This allows charcoal to burn to a higher temperature, and give off very little smoke (regular wood gives off a good amount of steam, organic volatiles, and unburnt carbon particles — soot — in its smoke).
What is Tamarind charcoal?
Tamarind charcoal is made from tamarind fruit wood. The wood we use is sourced from legal sites. The production of tamarind charcoal is made by selected local farmers with a Fair Trade business commitment. Our fair trade will guarantee our long business term and prosperity and mutual prosperity. The Farmer produces charcoal of unstandardized size. By further processing in our factory the quality it is screened and adjusted to be of export quality. Tamarind charcoal is the best quality hardwood charcoal from Indonesia.
Specification of our Tamarind charcoal :
- Moisture content: max 8%
- Lump size: 5 cm — 12 cm (or bigger accordsing to customer request)
- Species: 100% tamarind
- Burning time: min 5 hours / kg
- Packaging in PP bag 10kg, 15 kg or 20 kg. or by customer design (OEM)