Agtech Carbon

Manufacturing Process

How Our Biochar Is Made

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Producing Our Biochar

A Meticulous Journey

Step into the realm of biochar production, a meticulously orchestrated process unfolding within specialized kilns. Our biochar takes shape through a journey that begins with the careful selection of organic materials, such as agricultural waste or wood chips. These chosen elements find their way into the heart of the kiln, where they embark on a transformational process known as pyrolysis—a controlled heating technique conducted in the absence of oxygen.

Forging Biochar

A Transformation Ignited by Controlled Heat

As the temperature within the kiln ascends, the organic matter undergoes a metamorphosis, releasing volatile gases and leaving behind a valuable residue enriched with carbon: the biochar. This process’s controlled environment prevents full combustion, enabling the preservation of the original material’s carbon structure within the final biochar. The result is a versatile substance endowed with distinctive traits, including remarkable porosity and surface area. These attributes render biochar an exceptional soil amendment, an effective water filtration medium, and a potent tool for carbon sequestration.

The craft of producing biochar within our kilns harmoniously fuses science and sustainability. This artful fusion contributes significantly to environmental well-being, illustrating our commitment to innovation that nurtures both the Earth and its inhabitants.

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