MAPPA BURL FURNITURE WOOD
Mappa burl is actually the burl wood of a European poplar. This highly decorative veneer is particularly contrasty—its light brown heartwood is peppered by an unusual darker, bark-like pattern of tight clusters. It is valued and sought after by artists, furniture makers and sculptors. Burl wood can be found in many tree species and is used in making furniture, different types of veneer, inlays, turning wood, gun stocks, music wood, and other household items.
Beech is one of the best hardwoods for burning as firewood and for furniture making. It has a much higher density than other woods and is rated among the most superior hardwoods in the world.
Oak is great for firewood because it produces a lot of heat, burns clean and is abundant in the United States. Oak is known for its long, slow burns. The fire from well seasoned Oak in your wood stove can’t be beat!
As the olive trees need to be pruned regularly, the off cuts provide a good renewable source of eco friendly fuel. It burns with a beautiful natural aroma, is very long lasting and economical, and burns well in open fires and wood burning stoves. It is also very good for pizza ovens.
It was also coppiced and pollarded for poles. The wood also burns well and makes good firewood and charcoal. A tonic made from hornbeam was said to relieve tiredness and exhaustion, and its leaves were used to stop bleeding and heal wounds.
COCONUT SHELL CHARCOAL
The carbon in charcoal combines with oxygen and forms carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, water, other gases, and significant quantities of energy. It packs more potential energy per ounce than raw wood. Char burns steady, hot, and produces less smoke and fewer dangerous vapors.
Coconut shell charcoal is charcoal made from coconut shells. Coconut shell charcoal suitable for fuel because it has 7.340 calories of energy to produce higher heat than regular wood charcoal. Besides its use as fuel, coconut shells charcoal commonly used for other activity like shisa.
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