charcoal briquettes business in kenya

charcoal briquettes and biomass briquettes in kenya

charcoal briquettes and biomass briquettes in kenya

Thank you for visiting our products page to learn more about our charcoal briquettes and biomass briquettes. We have developed modern innovative techniques to convert discarded charcoal wasteand unwanted agricultural residue into low-cost fuel briquettes.

The Charcoal Briquettes are made from charcoal dust and fines salvaged from charcoal traders across the city of Nairobi. They burn for 3-4 times longer than common charcoal with no smoke, sparks or smell, making it ideal for space heating and water heating applications, as well as cooking and roasting.

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It is an organic natural charcoal from waste products such as coconut shells, coconut hasks, rice husks or charcoal dusts from hardwood. All natural and the charcoal briquette burns for long duration, has no smoke, no odour, no sparks and is cheaper.

Coffee, tea, macadamia kernel, cashew nuts, kernel, cereals, herbs, spices like pepper, greens vegetables, ground nuts, all beans, sunflower seeds, bananas, hardwood charcoal, briquette, all agricultural products like rice.Exporters

Fuel briquettes, saw dust briquettes, tomato paste, tomato puree, frozen potato chips (french fries), fresh oyster mushrooms, fresh bananas, fruit juice (mango, pineapple), dried fruits.

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Moisture : 12% Volatile Matters : 15% Ash Content : 3% Max Foreign matter : 0.5% Max Fixed Carbon : 75% up Stones / sand / unburned : NIL Size distribution : Natural size charcoal

Product Description:- Compressed biomass (macadamia nuts shell) fuel Price of product (USD price or FOB price):- USD 900-1200 Ton Port of Mombasa Product Origin:- Kenyan Highlands, Thika industrial town Key Specifications/ Special Features:- - Combustion value - 2820 kilocalories/kg. - Humidity not more than 10, 0%. - Ash content not more than 1, 0%. - Density 750-850kg/m. - Package dimensions 54.8cm42.1cm33.5cm Minimum Order Size and Packaging Details:- Minimum order 20ft container. Packing & Packaging, 5kg plastic bags 10 pcs in 1 box 50kg, 10kg 5 pcs plastic bags in 1 carton box 50kg, 1 (one) 50kg plastic bag in a carton box 20 carton boxes 1 Ton.

We have our own brand of charcoal available. Types Include: -Shisha coconut briquette | GRADE A -BBQ sawdust briquette | GRADE A -BBQ sawdust briquette | GRADE B -Premium hardwood natural charcoal - Premium mangrove natural charcoal -Standard hardwood natural charcoal There are no chemicals used In the manufacturing of our charcoal. OEM branding available. Origin Is Indonesia. Payment 30% advance and 70% against shipping documents. Feel free to get In touch for our product catalogue.

It is an organic natural charcoal from waste products such as coconut shells, coconut hasks, rice husks or charcoal dusts from hardwood. All natural and the charcoal briquette burns for long duration, has no smoke, no odour, no sparks and is cheaper.

demand for charcoal briquettes in kenya

demand for charcoal briquettes in kenya

Demand for Charcoal Briquettes is from Different Fields in Kenya There are three main sources of energy in Kenya: wood fuel, petroleum and electricity accounting for 70 percent, 21 percent and 9 percent of total energy use respectively. But, the charcoal briquette made from the wastes such as sawdust, bagasse, coffee husks, wheat straws etc, has also become more and more important considering the pressure on the nations forestry resources and sustainable development.

Demand from urban and peri-urban households Urban and peri-urban households account for a large section of Kenyas demand for cooking and heating fuel and are very important target markets for charcoal briquette. Most urban and peri-urban consumers desire a smokeless fuel, and charcoal briquettes can meet this need. Most urban and peri-urban consumers have the compatible cooking equipment for charcoal briquettes. The burn time of charcoal briquettes is higher than competing fuels,which can meet the need of cooking and heating. The urban and peri-urban people have the awareness of protect the forests and environment, which will make them turn to the charcoal briquette. Furthermore, they have the money to buy the more expensive fuel.

Demand from rural households Demand from rural households is relatively low because the firewood can be collected for free in the surrounding areas or bought cheaply in the nearest areas. But, there also have potential demand for charcoal briquette. Collecting and storing firewood is inconvenient and people are willing to pay for the charcoal briquette. Some of the consumers feel safer if they want to cook indoors at night. Because the charcoal briquette will produce less smoke. The advantages of charcoal are very attractive to the rural people, such as the long burning time, which will save their money to some extent.

Demand from restaurants, schools and others Outside of household use, data suggests that the demand for fuel from institutions and industries across Kenya could be very large. For the restaurants, it is evident that they need a mix of fuels, not just charcoal briquettes, such as the kerosene or other quicker burning fuel. Under this condition, the suppliers should emphasize the unique performance of the charcoal briquettes when burning and set a competitive prices. For schools, since they mainly use firewood, their demand has some similarities to rural households. Schools typically pay for firewood and it is likely that the charcoal briquette will be less competitive. In other fields, biomass briquette is used by a number of industries in Kenya, especially where a longer or cleaner burning fuel is needed. For example, it can be used in the poultry cages overnight when temperatures are low and this will avoid the need to add extra fuel. In different fields, the demand for charcoal briquettes may be different in Kenya. But we have reasons to believe that it must be used more widely in the future.

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