Wood charcoal: Charcoal from bamboo

Bamboo charcoal is processed with a system known as the pyrolisis burning aimed to eliminate moisture content, as well as making bamboo as a carbon material. The process of making bamboo charcoal can be done as the manufacture of charcoal. It’s just to get a good quality bamboo charcoal, burning time and temperature must be set such that, if it is too hot or the less heat it will produce low-quality charcoal. If produced correctly, bamboo charcoal can rival the quality charcoal from mangrove wood materials that are widely used today.Charcoal product itself can be used for many things, ranging from health products (activated carbon), water filter, up to the fuel. Charcoal from bamboo material has an advantage because it has a microstructure that is outstanding, with many shafts. Make it more effective as a neutralizer water and fuel are far more effective than wood. Even when activated, bamboo charcoal will be more effective and better for combustion.In addition to the final products such as charcoal or activated carbon, bamboo charcoal making process can also produce a by-product of high economic value, such as bamboo vinegar. Bamboo vinegar is very popular because of distinctive aroma. More broadly, bamboo vinegar can be processed further into cosmetics, insecticides, deodorants and agriculture. Bamboo vinegar has more than 400 different compounds that can eliminate odors, kill bacteria, and maintain healthy skin.

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