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BINCHOTAN also called white charcoal or binchō-zumi, is a type of charcoal traditionally used in BBQ.
White charcoal is made by pyrolysing wood in a kiln, then raising the temperature. Once carbonised, the material is taken out and covered in a damp mixture of earth, sand and ash.

BINCHOTAN is a type of lump charcoal or hardwood charcoal, taking the shape of the wood that was used to make it. Binchō-tan is harder than black charcoal, and rings with a metallic sound when struck. Wind chimes and a musical instrument, the tankin ("charcoal-xylophone") have been made from it.

  •    Materials: Litchi and longan
  •    Burns cleanly
  •    Ash content: 2%
  •    Fixed carbon content : 90% Min
  •    Calorific value : More than 8000 kcal/kg
  •    Burning time: 3.5-4 hours
  •    Loading: 19 – 22 tons
  •    Packing PP bag, paper bag, carton box, print logo as requirement
  •    Size: S, M, L



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