Carbon distribution and sale
"Offering the best varieties of charcoal,
mineral coal and coke".
Charcoal is produced by the carbonisation of wood, where wood and other plant residues are baked in an oven at temperatures between 400 and 700 degrees, in the absence of air, which eliminates most water and achieves a high calorific power.
Charcoal is plant biomass; it does not pollute, is environmentally friendly and is most often used for domestic use for barbecues as well as in restaurants and steakhouses, due to its quality, slow-burning and aroma, which is obtained from the carbonisation of Spanish wood such as oak, olive, pine and eucalyptus.
The company also offers imported charcoal, which is obtained by carbonising wood such as quebracho, guayacan and marabou. Compared with Spanish wood, its calorific value is higher and it is ideal for closed furnaces. The best known are the Quebracho.
Sales format: In bags and in pallets.
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As its name indicates, it is coal that comes from mines, used mainly as fossil fuel due to its high calorific power in industrial boilers and for obtaining electricity in thermoelectric power stations. The major mineral coals include anthracite, forging coal, lignite and bitumen coal, ordered from highest to lowest quality.
It is not considered biomass because it is highly polluting and although its use has become less extensive due to the increase of oil and biomass derivatives, it continues to be used in industry.
The company supplies anthracite mineral coal as well as bitumen coal in the following formats:
This is a special coal that comes from this fuel (coke) and is therefore made in the distillery. Compared with vegetable charcoal, it resists higher temperatures and is essential in the iron and steel industry. It can be found in different grain sizes such as foundry coke, blast furnace coke and technological coke and is widely used for heating homes because its combustion does not produce smoke and it is less polluting.
Coke coal is offered in: