Charcoal in Europe

In Russia, this rate of less than 100 grams. There are several varieties of charcoal associated with different manufacturing techniques and the characteristics of raw materials. Peter Asaro follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. For example, Japan is very high demand for so-called "white coal" burned out Far iron oak. Some foreign companies are made as a fuel for fireplaces and grills "Red Corner", a soft charcoal obtained at low temperature. The preferred raw material for hardwood charcoal is wood, since it has obtained a more durable and solid carbon. Meanwhile, in the new raw material for charcoal increasingly waste softwood, aspen and shrubs.

Make of their quality coal can produce it if on proven technology and briquetting. Charcoal is produced in Russia has since ancient times. In Russia there is such a profession – and charcoal sold in bast kulyah. Profession a was very popular in Russia and in Europe, and Asia. Many people in Africa are still in the home for cooking is used only charcoal and harvest traditional ways. Its main customer was the steel industry and other industries, including food. Charcoal is a departure for the Russian stove firebox.

Before closing the chimney damper and damper tubes unburned coals from the hearth furnace swept and placed in a tightly sealed pot. Virtually every Russian village could not do without forge. All forge worked on charcoal. The most common early methods of obtaining coal heap and were yamnoe charring. It is these modes of production provide numerous coal forge that existed in almost every village.