1. Introduction White Charcoal
White charcoal is a type of charcoal made from hardwood, which typically burns with a bright white flame. It is often used as an ingredient in other types of charcoal.
White charcoal is a substance that is created when wood is burned at very high temperatures. It has a lot of uses, one of which is to remove rust from metal. It can also be used as a paint stripper and it’s the only substance that can dissolve steel.
White charcoal has been around for centuries, but it wasn’t until recently that people started to use it in their everyday lives. The reason for this new found popularity is because white charcoal can be used in many different ways, and it’s easy to get your hands on.
2. Specifications White Charcoal
Specification of White Eucalyptus charcoal
- Materials: Eucalyptus
- Moisture content : 3.5%
- Ash content: 2%
- Foreign matter: 0.7%
- Fixed carbon content :92.3%
- Calorific value : 7870 kcal/kg
- Burning time: 4 – 5 hours
Dimension of White Eucalyptus charcoal
- Shape: Solid stick
- Diameter: 3-8 cm
- Length: cut as customer’s request (15-20 cm)