"Eating coals of fire has always been one of the sensational feats of the Fire Kings, as it is quite generally known that charcoal burns with an extremely intense heat."
Harry Houdini (1874-1926)
Cinnamon Wood Charcoal
About Cinnamon Wood
Cinnamon Wood Charcoal Specification:
Cinnamon wood is a kind of hardwood with density around 630 kg per m3 (oven dry basis). The wood is hard and durable, which yields excellent timber for woodworks. Cinnamon Wood is light in color, from a pale to an orangeish brown. It resembles Ash, Chestnut and Hackberry in appearance but is softer than all three. Cinnamon Wood is noted for being a hardwood with an interesting grain pattern. This tree can reach a height of 15 m tall by 90 cm wide when found in the open.
Cinnamon trees (Cinnamomum burmanii) are renewable resources so it's environmental friendly. Cinnamon is harvested by growing the tree for two years and then coppicing it. The next year, about a dozen of shoots will form from the roots. These roots are then stripped of their bark, which is left to dry. The farmers only use its bark to produce spices either in powder or quills form. It makes bark-free cinnamon wood remains as by-product (waste).
Using our indirect heat carbonization method, we turn the bark-free cinnamon wood into high quality charcoal. Normally, charcoal from bark has high ash content. Because this charcoal is from bark-free cinnamon wood, you will find it has very low ash content.
If you like apple pie or cinnamon rolls, then you will love sweet and warm aroma from cinnamon wood charcoal. Let's use cinnamon wood charcoal and enjoy your BBQ without feeling guilty about environment. Our cinnamon bark-free wood charcoal is simply clean, green (eco-friendly) and great!
Moisture: max 5%
Ash content: max 2.5%
Volatile: max 15%
Fixed carbon: min 80%
Gross calorific value: min 30,000 kJ/kg
Please note that the above value is measured during pre-shipment inspections, the actual result may vary from time to time, due to climate and storage condition.
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