1. Introduction Sawdust Charcoal
The process of making Sawdust Charcoal is quite complex and involves many steps. The first step is to heat the sawdust with water in an oven or kiln until they reach the desired temperature. Then, it needs to be mixed with other types of charcoal such as coal so that it can be used as fuel for stoves or grills.
Sawdust charcoal has many benefits over regular charcoal because it is cheaper and easier to make than regular wood charcoal, which requires a lot more time and effort. It also produces less smoke, which creates healthier and cleaner air for people living in cities who are also exposed to high levels of pollution.
2. Specifications Sawdust Charcoal
Sawdust charcoal is a great way to get rid of bad odors, clean the air, and purify the room. It is also a good way to make your home more energy-efficient by using less electricity. It can also be used as an alternative for other types of charcoal like briquettes or pellets.
Sawdust charcoal briquette is high-class product. Sawdust charcoal is recommended to be long lasting and high heating value.
Moisture: 7 % Max
Ash: 4 Max
Volatile matter: 8.01% Max
Fixed Carbon: 75% Min
Calorific: 7500 Kcal/kg Min
Burning time: 4-5 hours