Charcoal is a lightweight black carbon residue produced by removing water and other volatile constituents from Plant materials. Charcoal is usually produced by slow Pyrolsis — the heating of wood in the absence of Oxygen.This process is called Charcoal Burning. The finished charcoal consists largely of carbon.
A lot of cooks swear by one fuel or another with vehement conviction, but We tell you, it is all much ado about little. The quality of the raw food is far more important. The seasonings are far more important. And without a doubt, getting food off the heat at the right internal temp is far more important. You can spend a lot on expensive charcoal and save your money.

BBQ Charcoal

BBQ Charcoal is a kind of half-burnt wood. It’s made by burning the wood very slowly without much oxygen so that it turns into carbon. People like to cook with charcoal because it burns hotter than wood and produces less smoke. The type of charcoal that’s best for you varies by your grilling style and personal preferences. Charcoal grills use either charcoal briquettes or natural lump charcoal as their fuel source. When burned, the charcoal will transform into embers radiating the heat necessary to cook food. Consumers of charcoal briquettes emphasize the uniformity in size, burn rate, heat creation, and quality exemplified by briquettes. Users of all-natural lump charcoal emphasize its subtle smoky aromas, high heat production, and the lack of binders and fillers often present in briquettes.

SHISHA charcoal

Coals are used to heat the tobacco and flavoring enough to produce steam and smoke. Hookah tobacco mixes contain sugars and natural flavors. Coals are used to heat the tobacco and flavoring enough to produce steam and smoke. Hookah Coals are an often overlooked aspect of hookah smoking. The truth of the matter is, aside from the type of shisha you are smoking and ensuring that your hookah is properly sealed and set up, the hookah coals you choose to use are the most important aspect of your hookah set up. Most novice users start out using quick light charcoal because of it's ease of use. While it is true that quick lighting coals light faster than natural coals, in all other areas natural charcoals are superior. In this guide we are going to focus on the best brands of natural hookah charcoal which we carry.


Sawdust briquettes

Index premium bbq charcoal-sawdust Briquettes

1Gross Calorific value (Dry basis)Kcal/kg7622
TCNV 200 : 2011
2Ash Content (Dry Basis)
TCNV 173 : 2011
3Volatile Content (Dry Basis)
TCNV 174 : 2011
4Fixed Carbon (Dry Basis)
%90.07TCNV 9813 : 2013

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Barbeque Grade

Size: 10mm to30mm
Sparkling: 0%
Powder: Less than 4%
Moisture: 100% dry
Ash: less than 4%
MOQ: 19-21Tons/ 40ft Container
Packaging: 10kg,20kg, 25kg PP bags etc

Restaurant Grade

Size: Granular( 50mm-250mm)
Sparkling: 85-90%
Powder: Less than 3%
Moisture: 100% dry
Ash: less than 4%
Burning Time: above 4hours
MOQ: 19-20Tons/ 40ft Container
Packaging: 20kg, 25kg, 50kg PP bags etc

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