Charcoal USES include: used for metallurgical, charcoal is made of brick, for making carburizing agent, used to produce sulphur dioxide, can purify indoor air, and absorb moisture.
Charcoal is a fuel that fires wood through a special process.The average person just uses charcoal for heating, in fact, charcoal has other uses, so what are the uses of charcoal?Let’s find out together.
Charcoal can be used in the production of non-ferrous metals and crystalline silicon. Pig iron smelted from charcoal has the advantages of fine structure and less impurities, and is suitable for the production of high-quality steel.
Charcoal can be made into charcoal brick. Charcoal brick is a smokeless fuel brick when burning, does not produce carbon dust, and has the advantages of strong hygroscopicity, large specific gravity and high calorific value.
Carburization agent is an additive used in the metallurgical industry, generally manufacturing steel products need to be carburization. Of course, the simple use of carbon carburization effect is relatively poor, often with charcoal as raw material to add a certain amount of contact agent, and finally made into carburization agent.
The production of sulfur dioxide requires the use of charcoal, which is also a high-quality raw material for the manufacture of sulfur dioxide. Of course, in the production of chemical products, there are certain requirements for the use of charcoal. Generally, charcoal is required to be hard, large in volume and low in moisture, and high in carbon content.
Purify indoor air and absorb moisture.
Charcoal can absorb indoor toxic gases, such as formaldehyde.