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Dear valued customers, We are WIWI IMPORT EXPORT COMPANY – Viet Nam charcoal exporter with many years experience in Middle East market: UAE, Kuwait, Irag, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar… You can find our main products as following details: – Hardwood charcoal for Barbecue, Shisha  : Khaya, Coffee, Konia, Mangrove,  … – Specification:  + Ash: 5% + Length: 3-20cm , ... Read More »

Hardwood charcoal

🔥🔥🔥Hardwood charcoal🔥🔥🔥 • Made from only natural hardwood, such as mangrove, longan , khaya and coffee… • Lights more quickly. • Burns hotter (around 1,000°F), so you should make a smaller or more spread-out fire than you would with briquettes. • Creates less ash. • Imparts a purer, wood-fire flavor to foods. ☎ Contact: Mobi: +84 964267913 (Whatsapp/Viber/Line/Kakaotalk) Email: #BBQcharcoal #mixwoodcharcoal #woodcharcoal #hardwoodcharcoal#cheapcharcpa #vietnamcharcoal Read More »

Is it better to burn wood or charcoal?

Half the World’s population of nearly six billion people prepare their food and heat their homes with coal and the traditional biomass fuels of dung, crop residues, wood and charcoal . In China, Asian and Sub Saharan Africa, up to 80% of urban households use biomass fuels for cooking. Wood fuel usage is the most predominant with charcoal a close ... Read More »

New uses for coconut shell charcoal

The new found use of coconut shell charcoal in the development of golf courses and the use of coconut shell charcoal briquette in barbecue and poultry raising in Europe could raise its demand globally. Currently, it is used mainly for making activated ca rbon. Coconut shell charcoal is found to be a suitable material in the development of golf courses, ... Read More »

Coconut Shell Charcoal and Its Uses

Coconut Shell Charcoal is one of another valuable resource which can create out of this magical tree. Coconut Shell Charcoal widely used as efficient industrial fuel and it’s also uses for laundries and Blacksmithing and goldsmiths where high rate of head is requir3ed. Apart for industrial fuel uses coconut shell Charcoal are also used to produce activated carbon which got ... Read More »

Hard wood Charcoal or Briquettes?

There’s not a more fiercely debated topic than lump charcoal vs. briquettes. Being the building block for everything you grill, it’s no wonder that grill masters around the world will defend their choice with extreme passion. So, you might ask, “Which is better for my barbecue?” Well, there really is no simple answer, but there are some basics you should ... Read More »

Tips in Storing your Charcoal for Long Term Use

It’s true, grilling makes people happy, the reason is simple to understand because it is an enticing means to bring family and friends together, usually in one’s backyard. When barbecue grills need fuel, there is no better alternative to good-old fashioned charcoal, it goes hand in hand with barbecuing and cooking to achieve that sought after smoky flavour that everybody ... Read More »

Production of coconut shell charcoal

There are many methods of coconut charcoal making, but the most cost-effective method is production by special charcoal kiln using process of pyrolysis which involves burning coconut shells in a limited supply of oxygen. It is important to know that oxygen could destroy shells if the air will not be limited. It should be used clean, fully dried and mature ... Read More »

What to Do When Your Charcoal Gets Wet

It happens sometimes, charcoal can get wet when weather changes unexpectedly. For example, it is not uncommon that charcoal that is left outside gets rained on. Charcoal can even get wet when stored in a factory, as moisture can seep into charcoal bags if not properly sealed or stored securely. What can you do when charcoal gets wet? That is ... Read More »

What is Charcoal?

Charcoal is mostly pure carbon, called char, made by cooking wood in a low oxygen environment, a process that can take days and burns off volatile compounds such as water, methane, hydrogen, and tar. In commercial processing, the burning takes place in large concrete or steel silos with very little oxygen, and stops before it all turns to ash. The ... Read More »