Charcoal is the traditional fuel of a blacksmith’s forge and other applications where an intense heat is wanted. Charcoal making is a traditional industry across the world, it is an energy dense fuel that can easily be transported. This wooden waste is ignited and later sealed to create anaerobic conditions, after few hours charcoal is formed.
Commercial Charcoal is found in either lump, briquette or extruded form.

Lump Charcoal: is made directly from hard wood & usually produces far less ash than briquette.
Pillow shaped briquette: are made by compressing charcoal typically made from sawdust & other wood by products with a binder and other additives.

Hexagonal Sawdust briquette charcoal: by compressing sawdust without binders or additives making it completely natural. It usually has a round hole through the centre with a hexagonal intersection. This type of charcoal usually has no odour, no smoke, litter ash and high heat & long burning hours.

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