FastFire® charcoal advantage:
No Chemical !
FastFire® charcoal dose not have
any chemicals in it and is a 100% natural product. You can add new
charcoal briquettes while you are cooking without having to stop cooking
because there are no chemicals of poisonous gases.
No Spark & Smok !
FastFire® Charcoal dose not
spark when lighting and dose not emit black smoke even if the FastFire®
charcoal is half cooked and not fully ready, you can start cooking and
you will not effect thae flavour of the meat.
Low Ash !
FastFire® charcoal will only have 5%
of its original weight in ash content at the end of burning. no need to
take out ash from BBQ throughout the day while cooking leaving cooking
area clean and free from dust.
FastFire® Charcoal dose not spark when lighting and dose not
emit black smoke
FastFire® charcoal will only have 5% of its original weight
in ash content at the end of burning.
Charcoal is the solid residue
remaining when wood is "carbonised" or "pyrolysed" under controlled
conditions in a closed space such as a charcoal kiln. Control is exercised
over the entry of air during the pyrolysis or carbonisation process so that
the wood does not merely burn away to ashes, as in a conventional fire, but
decomposes chemically to form charcoal.
The unique hexagon shape maximizes surface area and increases airflow both
through the internal channel and around the charcoal. This effect produces
significantly higher heat than standard briquets for superior searing of
your grilled foods.
FastFire® Instant Lighting Charcoal is the fast, easy way to get perfect
steakhouse quality every time you grill.
Most of the specifications used to control charcoal quality have originated
in the steel or chemical industry. Charcoal has been made by various
methods. The traditional method in Britain used a clamp. Modern methods
employ retorting technology, in which process heat is recovered from, and
solely provided by, the combustion of gas released during carbonisation.
The properties of the charcoal produced depend on the material charred. The
charring temperature is also important. Charcoal contains varying amounts of
hydrogen and oxygen as well as ash and other impurities that, together with
the structure, determine the properties. The approximate composition of
charcoal for gunpowders is sometimes empirically described as C7H4O. To
obtain a coal with high purity, source material should be free of
FastFire® charcoal is made by compressing sawdust without binders or
additives. Hexagonal Sawdust Briquette Charcoal is the preferred charcoal in
Taiwan, Korea, Greece, and the Middle East. It has a round hole through the
center, with a hexagonal intersection. It is used primarily for barbecue as
it produces no odor, no smoke, little ash, high heat, and long burning hours
(exceeding 4 hours).