Briquette Coal Types are divided into two different groups;
1. Sawdust briquette charcoal
2. Powdered Briquette charcoal
Sawdust Briquette Charcoal:
The briquette, which is formed by compressing wood-based wood dust in a certain process, is formed by pyrolyzing the wood in carbonization furnaces and turning it into charcoal.
Since the compression ratio of this type of charcoal is high, the burning time it creates is quite high. In addition, although it varies according to raw material differences, the heat it generates is 8000 k/cal on average.
Sawdust briquette charcoal is widely used for restaurants as well as individual users due to its long burning time.
Powder Briquette Charcoal:
This type of charcoal is formed by grinding and pulverizing the pieces of lump charcoal below a certain size and then shaping them by combining them with natural binders.
In addition to having the characteristics of lump charcoal, powder compression charcoal has a much longer burning time due to its high compression ratio.