• Afghan Coal

Afghan coal is soft in touch, and is easily breakable. It is mainly used in Cement sectors,

Parameters          Value                                               

Moisture               10 – 12%

Ash                       Max 15%

Volatile matter      30 – 40

Carbon                 By difference

Sulphur                Max 1%

Calorific value       6300 Kcal/Kg – 6600 Kcal/Kg

 

  • South African Coal

South African coal is hard to break and is jet black in color. It is mainly used in Textile and Steel Industry.

Parameters          Value                                                 

Moisture               8 – 10%

Ash                       10 – 15%

Volatile matter      38 – 44

Carbon                 By difference

Sulphur                Max 1%

Calorific value       6300 Kcal/Kg – 6500 Kcal/Kg

 

  • Indo Coal

Indo coal is hardest in all coals and is brown in color due to High Sulphur content. It is also used in Steel and Textile sector.

Parameters          Value                                               

Moisture               10 – 12%

Ash                       Max 12%

Volatile matter      35 – 45

Carbon                 By difference

Sulphur                1% – 2%

Calorific value       6300 Kcal/Kg