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Charcoal properties

The main product produced by charcoal kiln is charcoal. Charcoal is widely used in various industries: in the manufacture of building materials, in the household for space heating, for kindling fireplaces and barbecues, and in the medicine.

Main variety of dryers, their advantages and disadvantages

In this article we will discuss main types of dryers and will show you operation principles of different plants.

Charcoal production by primitive methods

At the present, no more than 5% of total charcoal produced in the world is made by environmentally friendly, technological and safe methods, which correspond to modern requirements. The rest amount is produced by primitive, prehistoric way: in the pits, in heaps and by using simple charcoal kilns, which operate on the same principle.

Production of charcoal in modern conditions

Receiving charcoal from wood byan impact of high temperature isone of the oldest technologies. 

In modern conditions it is necessary to have well-organised, environmentally friendly production, which is able to meet the needs of big companies and people.

Technology of thermocatalytic waste neutralization

Waste, which is going to thermocatalytic neutralization, burns in the fire chamber of thermocatalytic unit on a special fire-grate, under which hot air supplies continuously. Heating and maintaining of necessary temperature in the kiln is carried out with a help of liquid-fuel burner by using diesel oil. Usually, fuel burner is used only for primary kiln heating or for burning of low-calorific waste with high humidity. 

Production of coconut shell charcoal

Coconut shells are important raw materials widely used for obtaining charcoal in the world, basically in the developing countries such as Indonesia, India, Malaysia. Coconut shell charcoal is used in many areas because of its advantages and important characteristics. Moreover, coconut shell charcoal could be powdered and used for producing granular activated carbon. Due to pleasant smell, coconut charcoal is recognized as one of the best fuels for cooking.

What is Biochar?

Biochar is charcoal produced from wood or plant biomass. This charcoal will absorb nutrients like a sponge, holding them in the soil near the plants for an incredibly long time. Biochar is produced through pyrolysis, thermochemical decomposition process, where organic material is heated to extremely high temperatures in the absence of oxygen. 

Benefits of Biochar

As part of product in agricultural fertilisation and improvement of soil quality the biochar can significantly contribute to the sustainable development of arid, infertile soils that lack nutrients. Moreover, the biochar is able to bond CO2 into soil for very long time and thus contribute to the decrease of greenhouse gas volume in the atmosphere.

The main differences between CK “EURO” and CK-2 “EURO”

Charcoal-burning kiln CK “EURO” has been produced by GREENPOWER Company since 2009 till 2013 but progress moves forward. Our Company strives for perfection in the sphere of charcoal-burning kilns production.  In 2013 on the basis of time-proven CK “EURO” absolutely new charcoal-burning kilns such as CK-2 “EURO”, CK-2 “EURO-S” and CK-2 “EURO-Economic”.

Charcoal of the future | Pyrolysis of pini-kay briquette

 “Pillow” formed briquette is widespread in EU countries as well as in the North and South America. It gained its popularity do to its properties:

  1. High density that influences duration of burning
  2. Similar fraction – even heat distribution
  3. High mechanical strength – minimal quantity of siftings by physical influence (transportation, loading works etc.)
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