Our own-production eco-friendly coconut charcoal briquette is made of 95% coconut shell charcoal and 5% tapioca starch for binding.
Our briquette is made of all natural materials: coconut shell charcoal and small portion of natural starch as binder. That’s it! Briquetting is a process where coconut shell charcoal powder is compressed under high pressure using mechanical presses method. Mixing with very small portion of starch under this pressure thus binding the material into a briquette. During the compression of the material, temperatures rise sufficiently to make the moisture in the coconut shell charcoal to evaporate. This will produce dry briquette so it will be easy to burn for a long time.
There are two methods in making charcoal briquettes:
>> Briquetting and then Carbonization
>> Carbonization and then Briquetting
We developed briquettes for many usages such as barbecue and shisha/hookah purposes.