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Coconut Shell Charcoal

"There is nothing good in war. At the end, the losers will be ash and the winners will be charcoal"
Indonesian proverb

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Our charcoal was produced using indirect heat carbonization method, which is known as retort. Basically, dry biomass placed in a steel container and cooked. All the volatile gases are driven off and charcoal remains. These volatile gases were routed back as fuel for the charcoal making fire. Based on our experiences, indirect heat method simply outperforms direct method. The indirect method results in a higher yield of high quality charcoal with less smoke and pollutants, low ash content and larger size.

Our Green Concept in making charcoal:

  • Raw material for charcoal is coconut shell, cinnamon wood, and sawdust, which is by-product from other industries. That means we do recycle, recycle, and recycle.
  • We use saw dust, coconut fiber, or dry leaves as initial fuel to trigger gases out of retort. Those materials are basically waste and by-product from other industries. We avoid use any hydrocarbon or fossil-based fuel like coal in making charcoal. 
  • By using indirect heat carbonization method (retort), we reduce the emission of harmful volatiles into the atmosphere to about up to 75%
  • Recycling and clean combustion of the pyrolysis gas during carbonization process in the retort-system results in a low-emission of carbon monoxides
  • We do carbonization process only in outdoor facilities and during daylight, so remaining pollutants like carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide can be naturally absorbed by surrounding trees by photosynthesis.

Coconut Shell Charcoal

It's really good as raw material for activated carbon, and briquette. Or you can use it immediately for cooking, grilling and BBQ, and enjoy environmental friendly energy. Coconut shell charcoal is also found to be a suitable material in the development of golf courses. In golf courses, a layer of coconut shell charcoal is laid to a certain depth along with sand and other biomass before grass is planted.

Cinnamon Wood Lump Charcoal

Cinnamon wood is a kind of hardwood with density around 630 kg per m3 (oven dry basis). 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. We turn the bark-free cinnamon woods into high quality charcoal. Normally, charcoal from bark has high ash content. Because this charcoal from bark-free cinnamon wood, you will find it has very low ash content and less spark when it's burned.

Palm Kernel Shell Charcoal

Palm Kernel Shell (PKS) charcoal is a better alternative to replace coke in metallurgy process. Some characteristics of this charcoal are much better than coke. It has very low ash and sulfur comparing to regular coke. PKS charcoal is carbon neutral energy that made from renewable resource. By converting to PKS charcoal, you're probably eligible to get Carbon Credit.

The following is proximate analysis result of our PKS charcoal:

  • Ash contents: 6.85%
  • Volatile matter: 15.69%
  • Total Moisture: 1.69%
  • Fixed Carbon: 75.77%
  • Gross Calorific Value: 7,316 kcal/kg
  • Sulfur (S): 0.098%
  • Phosphorus (P): 0.069%.


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