The charcoal is produced in the provinces of Santiago del Estero and Chaco from the wood of the Quebracho tree. The name quebracho is derived from the Spanish word "quiebra hacha" meaning "breaks the ax". The tree does not grow in a tropical rain forest, but the Gran Chaco, a hilly region with dry forest and tree savanna in the interior of South America. It comprises the northern part of Argentina, the western part of Paraguay and the South East of Bolivia, is so grossly said than lowlands between the Andes and the almost treeless pampas This hardwood has a weight of 1.2 kg / dm ³, which gives the wood a very high calorific value coal, this is reflected in a particularly long focal length and high firing temperature again.
Absolutely odorless and smoke free the ash is white as snow. The wood can not be used for furniture production through its adhesion. Consequently, from forest management measures recommended to use the otherwise unsaleable wood for energy. The tree, of course, not subject to the CITES CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) and the barbecue season can begin
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