Coconut is common in many Asian dishes, it is an indispensable ingredient as it is widely used in local cuisines, soups and desserts. One common form of coconut usage in food is the desiccated form. Desiccated coconut is coconut meat which has been shredded or flaked and then dried (3% moisture content maximum) to remove as much moisture as possible. There are a number of different types of desiccated coconut used around the world, and availability of the types varies, depending on the region. A common type of desiccated coconut is unsweetened and powdery; it is produced by drying shredded coconuts and then grinding the shreds. Coarser and sweetened desiccated coconuts are available as well.
Naturally growing coconut palms are a significant source of copra, but commercial estates and plantations now predominate. The nuts are husked by bringing them down forcibly on a sharp point, by hand or mechanically. The shell is then cracked, usually into two halves, with a chopping knife, exposing the meat, which is about 50 percent water and 30 to 40 percent oil. About 30 nuts provide meat for 4.5 kg (10 pounds) of copra. Whole copra, also called ball or edible copra, is produced by the less common drying of the intact, whole nut kernel.
During the crude palm oil process the fruit’s flesh is melted through a steaming treatment. The residual nuts are further mechanically crashed to extract the seeds or kernels. The crashed shells are called palm kernel shell (pks), a virgin biomass with a high calorific value. specifications : gross calorific value - 4000 kcal and above moisture - 25% max fiber - 5% max impurities - 4% max packaging : 40kg pp bag jumbo bag bulk in container 20' bulk in container 40' bulk in barge/vessel application : biofuel and others
The vast market potential allows palm sugar to be a source of income for local people. Kolaka palm sugar from Sulawesi is very popular since it has sweeter taste, the texture is more dense and solid, and it is not easily broken, and with more concentrated color compared to other similar types. While modern processing increases productivity, traditional methods also guarantee a good and ethical product, which can improve the welfare of local people and promote healthy ways.
Coconut oil, or copra oil, is an edible oil extracted from the kernel or meat of mature coconuts harvested from the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). It has various applications. Because of its high saturated fat content, it is slow to oxidize and, thus, resistant to rancidification, lasting up to six months at 24 °C (75 °F) without spoiling.
Virgin coconut oil is the oil extracted from coconuts without the application of heat. It is rapidly gaining popularity throughout the world in comparison to ordinary coconut oil and for a good reason. There is, in fact, a substance called virgin coconut oil and it differs from regular coconut oil in significant ways. These differences mainly lie with the source (more specifically, the physical form of the source), the method of extraction, and its subsequent benefits.
The coconut broomstick is made of the coconut leaves in the coconut family. the fresh leaves are cut, leaves one side of the leaf and stem leaves, leaving only the top of the leaves 1 meter long - 1 meter 20 to brush the long handle is the stem of the coconut. Then tie the coconut leaves together, two rows of small leaves that are facing each other, and take the wire that holds the column firmly. A scrub brush with five or six leaves.
Wood pellets are extremely dense and can be produced with a low moisture content (below 8%) that allows them to be burned with a very high combustion efficiency. Our wood pellets could be used as material for fuel burning for industrial boiler, hydro power station, household or animal bedding. Using Wood pellets help you to reduce dependence on the oil, coal, and help you’re various kinds of fuel supplies with competitive price. Our Wood pellets is made from wood sawdust and wood shaving, with mainly using raw material is Acacia, Rubber and Pine wood.
We supply coconut shell charcoal briquettes in bulk and can ship to any destination worldwide. We can produce briquettes in any desired shape or size and tailor make packaging according to our customers exact design preferences. We insist on producing our own raw coconut shell charcoal for the majority of our briquette production and also working with a few select suppliers of high grade charcoal, to ensure that the fixed carbon content is high and ash content low. Our briquettes are perfect for use in Shisha/hookah or for barbecue, providing very high heat, long burn time and minimal ash. Due to the high quality charcoal used, our briquettes produce no smoke, odors or sparks during burning.
Indonesia has widely known for spices especially Cloves. Harvested from particular island with high fertile soils to produce high quality of cloves. This plant is believed to originate from North Maluku because there is old clove plant that is considered oldest in the world where it has grown and produced since the days of imperialism. In order to maintain the sustainability of clove quality and stocks, we have to ensure the clove farmers produce the good quality. For this purpose, we also monitoring for the drying process and the variety we procure. So, we are able to offer the good quality of Indonesian clove with Lal Pari (high grade) standard.