Our Charcoal is produced from different species of wood within the
African origin, they include but not limited to Iroko wood, Ayeen
wood, Mahogany wood, Acacia wood and Rosewood. The charcoal is
produced by slow pyrolysis, which is essentially the heating of the
woods in the absence of oxygen under environment controlled
conditions to achieve proper carbonisation and volatility control
that meets the European Standard of CSN EN 1860-2 for Charcoal.
The Charcoal black residue is basically obtained by removing
moisture from wood to produce a lightweight black cluster
somtimes with a shinning effect depending on the specie of wood and
the production method employed in producing the charcoal.
Our charcoal finished product has a clangorous metallic sound when
hit on a hard surface. Its lightweight enables it to float easily
when placed in water. The finger is not stained when it comes in
contact with the charcoal except when the charcoal has been
crushed. It burns slowly without flame, smoke or sparkling effects.