HARDWOOD CHARCOAL

Hardwood woods put into charcoal kiln as almost one hundred tons to be burned at 550 degrees Celcius for 15 days. Cooling down takes another 7 days at desired temperature. The process of making charcoal is that of converting wood into carbon. Carbonization is the process of heating the wood to remove the moisture and to break down by pyrolysis the wood compounds into carbon plus a range of volatile compounds containing the hydrogen, oxygen, and some of the carbon. Our hardwoods are between 5 to 10 years old. Hardwood Charcoal is very hard and dense; it burns more hotter and longer than other charcoals. For this reason, it is considered hardwood charcoal is good for BBQ. We are manufacturing and exporting the very best hardwood charcoal.

Our hardwood charcoal products comply with DIN EN 1860-2