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How to make BBQ charcoal

How to make BBQ charcoal? For many people who want to try to produce BBQ charcoal, this is the first question before them. With the popularity of barbecue all over the world, the market demand for BBQ charcoal has also increased, and the business of producing BBQ charcoal has gradually attracted the attention of investors. This article introduces the relevant information in detail from the raw materials for making barbecue charcoal, the types of barbecue charcoal, the production process, and the equipment involved. The raw materials for making BBQ charcoal Wood Wood is the most common raw material for producing BBQ charcoal, including hardwood, miscellaneous wood, fruit wood, etc. These woods can be [...]

Small scale charcoal making

Small scale charcoal making is a simple process that is suitable for homemade or new hand to charcoal production. It usually consists of several small machines or even only one machine. Customers can start charcoal production soon without much installation work. Low investment, quick benefit. So it is friendly for customers which have a limited budget. Small scale natural lump charcoal making Natural lump charcoal means that the charcoal is made from actual wood, bamboo, coconut shell, etc directly without any further process. You only need a carbonizing machine to produce it. For small-scale charring, you can choose the horizontal carbonization furnace or hoist carbonization furnace. Find details of carbonizing machine [...]

Coffee briquette machine

Coffee briquette machine is also called the coffee logs press. It can transform the coffee wastes into solid bio-fuel logs without any binding agent. How to make coffee briquettes First step: Crushing coffee husk Common coffee wastes such as coffee grounds, coffee husks, coffee chaff, etc. can be used to produce bio-fuel rods. Before making bio-fuel briquettes, we need to make sure the size of the materials is smaller than 5mm, and moisture is below 12%. If we use coffee husks to make briquettes, the first step is crushing coffee husk, making its size less than 5mm. If using coffee grounds or chaff, ignore this step, come to the drying process directly. [...]

Bamboo charcoal machines

Bamboo charcoal machines are used for producing raw bamboo charcoal or bamboo briquette charcoal. Raw bamboo charcoal is made of bamboo tubes, In addition to being common as barbecue carbon, heating fuel, it is especially porous charcoal, which is also used in the manufacture of active carbon. Bamboo briquette charcoal is made by carbonizing bamboo briquettes, which are made of bamboo wastes, such as bamboo dust and offcuts, etc.According to the main processes, bamboo charcoal machines are classified as carbonization machines and bamboo briquette machines. Bamboo carbonization machine As the key equipment for charcoal production, the production of bamboo charcoal is naturally inseparable from the carbonization furnace. Customers can choose the appropriate type of carbonization [...]

Making charcoal from sawdust

Making charcoal from sawdust is a popular solution for sawdust recycling. We all know that sawdust refers to the powdered wood chips that are scattered from the wood during wood processing. In many sawmills and furniture factories, waste wood of all shapes and sizes is often piled up. This waste wood, also known as leftovers, is composed of sawdust, wood chips, shavings, etc. In this article, we will introduce the processes of making charcoal from sawdust and the machines required for each process. For wood scraps with a size larger than 5mm, in addition to the solution introduced in this article, another solution is also applicable. We will mention it at the end of this article. [...]

How to make charcoal from woodworking waste

How to utilize the woodworking waste is a problem often mentioned in the wood processing industry. I recently read an article about how much waste is generated in woodworking production. The author, as a practitioner in the woodworking industry, based on authoritative survey data, obtained a result that the wood waste rate in the entire production cycle from tree felling to the final wooden product: "If we add up all the lost wood along the way from stump to final project it comes to about 84% of the tree that we started with.” The original article is as below Woodworking, involving everything from small hand tools to large CNCs, whether cutting, sanding, planing, edge banding, [...]

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