Charcoal Briquettes

Charcoal Briquettes

Cavron’s Coconut Charcoal Briquettes are of an extremely high quality and are 100% natural. We do not use any artificial chemicals in our products. The granulated charcoal is mixed with our all-natural tapioca starch to bind the charcoal briquettes – a 100% food grade product made from the plant Manihot Esculenta.

Our BBQ briquettes are based on our high-quality carbon granulate from carbonised coconut shells and offer a superior green alternative to regular wood charcoal and fossilised coal. The use of our briquettes is primarily as a fuel source for barbecuing. In other words, with Cavron Coconut Charcoal Briquettes you will know what you are grilling with – we guarantee that our charcoal is clean without any unhealthy, badly tasting chemicals.




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Matter and energy

What is carbon filter?

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What is Activated Carbon Filter?

Carbon filter is the loose pieces of activated charcoal that are compressed together as a filter. 

Carbon filter is commonly used in air purification or water filtration processes. In fact, nearly water filtration and air purification are depending on carbon filter. 

Charcoal traditionally made from wood, and the activated carbon made from wood, coconut shells, nutshells, and other byproduct materials. 

1. Physical activation. 

This first process to produce charcoal is pyrolization. The second one is oxidation, exposing the carbon to oxygen in a high temperature. Usually between 500 – 1200 degrees Fahrenheit. 

2. Chemical activation.

This process is involving the impregnating carbon with some chemicals. Including sodium hydroxide, phosphoric acid, potassium hydroxide, sodium chloride, or zinc chloride. 

How do Carbon Filters Work?

Carbon filters works through adsorption, which means when the contaminants lingered on the surfaces, the activated carbon will held it. It is more likely a magnet that attracts iron. 

Activated carbon is great to remove chlorine, organic chemicals, chloroform, and VOCs that are parts of gasoline, solvents and industrial cleaners. 

How Often Should Activated Carbon Filters Be Changed?

Activated Carbon Filter must be changed at least every 6-12 months. It is depending on how the users using it.  

After a long time using the activated carbon, the molecules in the filter will not efficiently work to adsorption the particles and chemicals. 

There are wide various of activated carbon filters’ price. Starting from $50 to $1,000 per each. To sustain your air purification and water filtration system, you need to change the air filter regularly. 

Hire a professional to replace the activated carbon filter to prevent any mistakes and get a fully maintenance from them. 

What is the Difference between an Activated Carbon Filter and a Charcoal Filter?

The main difference between activated carbon and charcoals is the filter materials. Both have a hard structure, porous substances that can capture contaminants. 

The activated carbon is purer and better-quality than activated charcoal. 

Both activated carbon filter and charcoal filter can be used as filter. 

But, the purity and effectiveness of activated carbon is way greatest than the activated charcoal.  The activated carbon is work effective in a large surface area.  

Human interrelationship

Healthy Baby Nursery

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I’m a mom-to-be. Now as we are constructing our new home, we want to ensure the best possible living environment to welcome our coming baby. Modern science provides us with a great deal of information on what’s safe and what isn’t. But still, we can’t grasp all the facts. To make things easier, parents must identify and prioritize the potential risks, and then approach that list in systematicway.

1. Non-Toxic Paints
Most paints emit dangerous volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and continue to do so for years. To avoid these vapors seeping into the air, opt for paints labeled water-based, VOC-free and non-toxic. Keep in mind that no paint is completely safe, so pregnant women shouldn’t paint ever, and you should paint the nursery months in advance of the baby’s arrival.

2. Non-Toxic Furniture
VOCs are not only from paints and stains but are also found in many common household items, including furniture. VOCs are generally found in cheaper furniture that uses particleboard and the like, but they can sometimes be found in the stains put on high-quality pieces. Green or all-natural furniture is the better option because it’ll be made from certified sustainable wood and with non-toxic finishes.

3. Green Bedding
It’s also important that parents choose organic bedding for their baby. Remember, babies spent most of their time sleeping, and their metabolism is working at a phenomenal rate, which makes them highly vulnerable to the contaminants found in many ordinary bedding options. The ideal option is 100-percent organic cotton, and ensure that whatever you choose hasn’t been treated with bleach or formaldehyde.

4. Indoor Air Quality
Unexpectedly, the air inside our homes is often far more dangerous than outdoor air. To correct the situation,we need to eliminate pollution sources throughout the home, ensure optimal ventilation and employ comprehensive air purification measures. Optimal air purifiers are those that use HEPA technology, which is able to filter pollen, dust, mold, bacteria and other tiny but dangerous particles.