For the big demand of heating products, Vinacharcoal develops the new eco friendly product: Wood Briquette Charcoal.
New Wood Briquette CharcoalAre you looking for a substantial firewood supplier, but want it ASAP? Thang Long Capital JSC has a solution. We're expanding the Vinacharcoal range with our brand-new product.
People have acquaintance with using some familiar charcoal like: mangrove, longan, coffee charcoal, coconut charcoal or sawdust hexagon briquette charcoal. They are excellent for heating & BBQ. Because of energy cristic, we inscribe the record number of orders, especially in peak season, winter.
The factories always in the situation of full capacity. For the big demand of heating products, we develop the new eco friendly product: Wood Briquette Charcoal.
What is the Wood Briquette Charcoal?It is made from small pieces hardwood charcoal & addhensives, made through modern machine technology: extrusion briquette, hydraulic press. It made from black hardwood charcoal, the natural materials, non chemical, the addhensive from the starch, it is very very safe for food & heath. All Wood Briquette Charcoal are produced as popular shape as cube with hole, hexagon with hole to ensure you’re getting excellent quality that creates the best burn conditions. It brings to customer to experien the beautiful quality with reasonable price.
The wood briquette is made from pure charcoal, charcoal receives an extra day in the kiln to ensure you’re getting excellent quality dry fuel that creates the best burn conditions. And it has the main characteristic of good quality charcoal:
- Suitable For Barbecue & Heating
- Pure material, Very Safe For Heath
- Odorless, Smokeless.
- Easy To Burn
- Very Less Ash
Wood Charcoal Briquette is usually packed in carton box, 5 kikos, 10 kilos, 15 kilos…. Picture your though and your message, those are the vibes you can emulate with your packaging, we are eager to help you.
Box material is eco friendly products packaging, in turn encouraging less waste and more ways to repurpose packaging after its first uses.