White charcoal is made by carbonizing the wood at a moderately low temperature, then, near the end of the process, the kiln temperature is raised to approximately 1000 °C to make the wood red hot.
To make black charcoal the wood is carbonized (partial burning with little air) at temperatures between 400 and 700 °C, then the kiln is sealed until the burning stops and the heat slowly dies away.
“SAWDUST BRIQUETTE CHARCOAL” is charcoal bar of either hexagonal or square cross section with a center hole. Size and shape of charcoal are manufactured to the general requirement of each country. Generally, square charcoal is in great demand in Japan whereas most buyers in Korea
In Vietnam Handicraft (Bamboo and Rattan…) is smokeless industry, providing high-value collection. Bamboo and Rattan is one of the traditional handicrafts are particularly interested in & encouraged export by the State, because of the tremendous effect on economical-social.