Binchotan is the most advanced charcoal produced by the Japanese from the seventeenth century to the seventeenth century. In addition to the hard and long lasting characteristics, favorite chef.
Due to its extremely large porosity, Binchotan is capable of absorbing chemicals in water, eliminating toxins in the skin, balancing the humidity of the air, deodorizing in the refrigerator, increasing the circulation. Blood for the body when added to the hot tub, increasing the fertility of the soil and balance the negative ions in the home.
Binchotan coal is much stiffer than ordinary charcoal, when typing two charcoal briquettes together will have the sound of metal.
Binchotan coal of Viet Charcoal
Composition of Binchotan coal must meet the technical standards as follows:
– Carbon content (%):> 90%
– Ash content (%): <2.5%
– Sulfur content (%): <0.01%
– Total calorific value kcal / kg:> 8000kcal / kg
– Moisture (%): <3%
Burning time: 3 hours (3 times longer than normal charcoal)
Production process of Binchotan coal
Coal of Binchotan of Viet Nam Coal Joint Stock Company is made from woody species of Eucalyptus, Fabrics, Chestnut, Coffee and Forest Stocks. It has a high content of 92%.
Production process of Binchotan coal
The raw material wood after cutting into the desired shortage will be put into the incinerator. During this time, the oven door was clogged with brick and clay, leaving only the mouth of the incinerator and several small holes to escape the steam. At this time, the firefighters will take turns firing at the furnace door, helping to bring heat and smoke into the furnace. This process completely eliminates the resin, which will be compressed to the full size, helping the coal plant when it is very hard.
After a few days of firing, experienced firefighters will observe that the trees can now catch fire and burn. If the wood can burn, the furnace operator will shut the entire furnace for about 3 days to let the wood burn itself.
This is a very important stage, so only those who have coal burning years of experience are responsible. If the temperature in the oven is too low, the bars will not burn to the required level resulting in poor quality coal, if the temperature is too high, the coal will burn to ash. Workers rely on changing the color of the flames in the furnace to regulate the temperature.
After 3 days, the furnace will completely open the furnace to bring oxygen into the furnace. At this time, the temperature in the furnace is up to 1,200 degrees Celsius, the wood bars burned to charcoal and charcoal is orange.
Binchotan coal burning process
After the wood is burned to charcoal, the furnace operator will start to scratch the coal. The terrible heat from the furnace forced the worker to stand 4 meters from the oven door while scraping coal out. This is a very hard job that not everyone can endure.
As soon as the coal is removed from the incinerator, the red charcoal briquettes are quickly buried in the sand mixture and the coal is considered complete.
However, coal is considered to be successful and good quality charcoal must meet the specific criteria, in which, the most prominent is the cross section of the bar has to be glossy black, when typing two bars together , they must sound like a tinkling sound like metal hitting each other.
Coal is removed from the furnace under the heat above 1000 degrees Celsius
The furnace process of Viet Nam Coal Joint Stock Company is well supervised by the experienced and experienced staffs. Therefore, the quality of Binchotan coal is guaranteed to be the highest. This helped us to produce high quality consumer products from Binchotan
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