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Buy Hardwood Charcoal Webel B.V. Trading LTD.  is a top leading manufacturer and supplier of International  Charcoal.We provide high-quality coconut shell and hardwood charcoal-based products. We deliver the finest quality products as well as quality services to our customers through continuous investment in both the manufacturing sector and human resources.

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BBQ charcoal extruders have no smoke, no smell, no poison and have higher heat value than coal. Because of their cleanness, BBQ HARDWOOD CHARCOAL sticks are widely used for barbeque, home heating, and many other fields. Nowadays they are greatly demanded by the world market.

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Lump HARDWOOD CHARCOAL also responds accordingly to oxygen, hence you can easily control the level of heat if your grill features adjustable air vents. It also contains no fillers or additives which makes it one of the cleanest ways to barbecue. Lump charcoal burns faster and hotter than briquettes so you do need to be careful with your temperature control.

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Briquette HARDWOOD CHARCOAL is free from chemicals, and featuring long-time burning, smokeless and flavorless. Charcoal products made from charcoal extruder is inflammable, smoke-free, has no spark and float dust when burning.

Whenever Fine Cooking runs a story on outdoor grilling, it seems that our expert authors always recommend cooking over natural hardwood charcoal (sometimes called char wood) instead of the more easily found charcoal briquettes. Is this just barbecue snobbery? Hardly.

There are some very real differences between hardwood charcoal and briquettes that do have an effect on grilling.

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• Made from only natural hardwood, such as maple, oak, mesquite or even hickory.
• Once the wood is reduced to charcoal, it’s left in its original rough shape. In fact, the best way to determine the quality of the charcoal is to look at it—if you can recognize the shapes of real wood, you’ve got the real thing.
• Lights more quickly.
• Burns hotter (around 1,000°F), so you should make a smaller or more spread-out fire than you would with briquettes.
• Creates less ash.
• Imparts a purer, wood-fired flavor to foods.
• Any hardwood charcoal not completely burned during grilling may be put out and re-lit on another occasion for more grilling.

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• Made from sawdust of scrap wood (including resinous soft woods and composite woods).
• Combined with chemical binders and filler (including coal dust) and manually compressed into their characteristic pillow shapes.
• Slower to light, often requiring lighter fluid.
• Burns cooler (closer to 700° to 800°F).
• Burns more quickly, meaning a shorter window for grilling or requiring that you add more during grilling.
• Smoke produced may be neutral at best and can contribute harsh and off-tasting flavors to grilled foods.
• Contributes more pollutants to the air as it burns.

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