Production process: A briquette is a block of flammable matter used as fuel to start and maintain a fire. The briquetting process entails many steps. After collection, the wood is dried before it is converted to charcoal in a carbonzination kiln. The carbonised biomass is then mixed with water and locally-available binders such as starch, gum arabic, molasses, clay and others. Finally, the mixture (powdered charcoal + binder mixture) is pressed into briquettes. After a subsequent drying step, the briquettes will develop the required strength and stability. Now, we are supplying vary shape of briquette charcoal from white charcoal and bamboo charcoal.

HEXAGON BRIQUETTES CHARCOAL (Material from white charcoal or bamboo charcoal)

HONEYCOMB BRIQUETTES CHARCOAL (Material from white charcoal or bamboo charcoal)

BALL BRIQUETTES CHARCOAL (Material from white charcoal or bamboo charcoal)