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Sawdust Charcoal Briquette and Sheep Consumption In Saudi Arabia and the Middle East

Consumption of lamb, especially in Saudi Arabia each year ranges from 8 million, with a quarter in the Hajj season. Countries exporting sheep to Saudi Arabia today is mainly of three African countries, namely Somalia, Sudan and Djibouti.Countries in Africa is dry and less fertile than Indonesia, but with the way the sheep are grazing in pastures that are available, made of sheep production is abundant there. Indonesia with fertility and breadth of the land is appropriate overlay could become the country's largest exporter of sheep. By improving the effectiveness and efficiency of land as well as the most important mindset that enormous potential of Indonesia that supports this direction then God willing, it becomes very likely to be realized.
Grilled lamb chops with favorite foods are processed in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East. Need of  sawdust charcoal briquette  continue jump to increase as the high consumption of lamb in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East. Most of the needs of sawdust charcoal briquette in Saudi Arabia and Middle East come from Indonesia, and in line with the growing need lots of factories sawdust charcoal briquette is built to meet these needs. The buyers scramble up to get this product due to high demand. Today almost all the factories of sawdust charcoal briquette use sawdust or wood wastes as raw material.Regions rich with raw materials is potential to develop this commodity that because of the high demand.

Sawdust charcoal briquette product has many advantages compared to ordinary wood charcoal among other more dense, uniform shape and size, quality of the charcoal and the flame longer. Compact form with uniform shape and size that makes easily packaged and economical transportation. The production process is simple once the raw material is briquetted and then made into charcoal in a carbonization furnace for a few days. Charcoal products subsequently retrieved and sorted based on its quality grade, packed and ready for export market. When raw materials such as sawdust and wood wastes are still available, the production of sawdust charcoal briquette can continue to run. Meanwhile, when the availability of raw materials mentioned above  experienced shortages should be pursued seeking for other raw materials, for example by making Calliandra plantations. Calliandra is fast rotational crop, which only took about one year of harvest so that the sustainable supply of raw materials is not compromised. Grades or quality grouping sawdust charcoal briquette as shown below:
A Grade: The length of  sawdust charcoal briquette more than 10 cm and smooth (no cracks)
B Grade: The length of sawdust charcoal briquette more than 10 cm with a slightly cracked
C Grade: The length of sawdust charcoal briquette 5-10 cm with a smooth surface or small cracks
D Grade: The length of  sawdust charcoal briquette 5-10 cm with a rough surface and many cracks
E Grade (Reject): The average length of  sawdust charcoal briquette less than 5 cm, the surface is rough and a lot of cracks so fragile


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