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Charcoal is obtained by pyrolysis of wood without air access. In fact, practically all volatile constituents and practically all moisture are removed from firewood by dry distillation. More than 80% of the remaining mass is pure carbon, which, in fact, burns hot and smokeless, giving off an abundance of heat and not giving a flame. Since ancient times, people have discovered the benefits of charcoal and began to use it widely for their own purposes. In our time, charcoal has found its use in metallurgical, chemical and many other industries. In addition, there is no doubt that charcoal has taken its place in our daily life. Charcoal and briquettes from it have become indispensable for grilling, barbecuing, barbecue, etc. Charcoal is ideal for cooking products over an open fire in restaurants, cafes and just on a country vacation.
Qualitative characteristics of the offered charcoal.
|Moisture content, %||3-6|
|Volatile content, %||6-8|
|Specific heat of combustion, mJ/kg||33-35|
|Burning time, h||2-3|
|Weight 1dm3, gr||210-230|