Recycling Coconut Shells

b1This is uling (charcoal), reinvented.

Eco-friendly KingsGrill is made from naturally renewable coconut shells. A quick to light charcoal, Kingsgrill does not contain petroleum, lighter fluid, mineral coal, limestone, scrap wood of dubious origins and coal tar (potentially carcinogenic petrochemicals) making it environment-friendly, economical to use, biodegradable, safe for storage, and convenient for transport. Try it and no trees will ever be cut down.

This “engineered fuel” has uniquely designed oxygen tunnels necessary for continuous, good combustion and sufficient heat release. Ignition smoke as a result of massive release of oxygen to ensure initial combustion will disappear after one to two minutes from ignition. In fact, you can even light the brick using a wooden match stick on top of each briquette and get it burning quickly. Intensive research was done to come up with this biodegradable, environmentally-friendly, safe and economical source of alternative fuel.

The “quik-lite” technology does not contain any petroleum chemical to get it going. Instead, this twin layer briquette is infused with an all natural, organic lighting substance. Primary material is the natural coconut shell, sourced out locally, which has intrinsically high calorific value and clean-burning characteristics.

The innovator of KingsGrill is a former engineering and project development manager of the Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC). After retiring from the company, he was able to craft his coconut charcoal bricks and added a formula that he simply calls an oxidant, giving the charcoal its amazing quick lighting characteristics. Creating this uling has brought him beyond satisfying the penchant of people to grilled food and into a new quest of building more fires and keeping them burning for the world’s energy source.

As the manufacturer continues its effort on protecting the environment, it leads them to innovate their charcoal drying system. Burning of petroleum was almost eliminated and the power supply requirements were reduced through the use of organic biomass fuel. The packing materials used for the charcoal are biodegradable and recyclable also. The consumers’ growing awareness about health, safety, and environmental concerns were all considered in the development of the product.

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16 Comments
  1. […] pas ces briquettes en France, mais l’idée mérite d’être signalée. Trouvé sur GreenPhil, blog consacré aux idées vertes aux Philippines, Kingsgrill aux Philippines produit des […]

  2. romy 12 years ago
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    g.o. unique

    you may call us at 4070596 / 09178487329

  3. g.o unique products inc. 12 years ago
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    gud pm po,nagustuhan po namin ang product nyo, gusto po namin malaman ang contact no. ng company para po maka usap namin kau in through phone, tnx po,

  4. gp 12 years ago
    Reply

    You could email Romy at filgenuity@gmail.com.

  5. vange 12 years ago
    Reply

    i thot u can buy them online…

  6. gp 13 years ago
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    Ma’am, you might wanna get in touch with Mr. ROmy Miranda of FILGENUITY INC. You may contact them at +63.2)822.0131, or visit them at 3902 Sun Valley Dr., 3rd Floor Sun Valley, Paranaque City 1700.

  7. dorothy L. Delicana 13 years ago
    Reply

    good day….

    im very much interested in brick charcoal.last time na feature on television yong about sa brick charcoal.and im very much interested. gusto ko ko malaman ang right process of making brick charcoal. kasi were in fresh buko juice business so sng mga coconut shell ndi nagagmit. sana ma e share nyo po kng paano gumawa nag brick charcoal.

    thank you and good day….

  8. Romy 13 years ago
    Reply

    Guys,

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