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Poorfolks

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Re: Kingsford Long-Burning Charcoal
« Reply #15 on: June 17, 2019, 05:20:56 PM »
Be carefull this stuff burns Hot and claim was 40% longer which correct in my tests.

 Royal Oak Briquettes on sale at Walmart
on: June 01, 2019, 06:18:55 PM
I just bought a 2 pack because the ''experts'' on FB sais it was junk or shitty. Did a controlled test in a JJ with a extension(Da Boner) no food. KB snake 1/4 the way around 2x1 with 8 started in chimney.    Edited, 1st test is Kingsford Blue

62 ambient started @94
10 min mark  150
13m              167
22m              191
46m              250*
1 hour           297
1 hour5 min   302 open top vent all the way
1 h   25 min   302
1h    35  m     296
2h                 290
3hours & 15m 211

Royal oak , note ambient 72
2x0 snake started same way.
started temp at 110
2min mark     125
5 min            164
8m               191
18m             208
22m             225
25m             235
37m             245
46m             257*
53m             267
1hour 5 min  275
1h     16m     277
1h 25m         263
1h  57m        267
2h  21m        259
2h  35m        258
3h    1m        227
3h  20m        203

Conclusion,royal oak started quicker in the chimney and I think it burned hotter for using 1/3 less charcoal. We will see how it works when cooking. Not junk or shitty imo because I got a 2 pack for $7.99.


3ird test Ambient 68f 2x1 Kingsford BBQ Master long burn
Start -       100
5min mark 196
15m          221
19             225*
30min       250*
39            273
48            280
56            290
1 Hour      301
1 H  39m  330
1     49     351
2 Hours    374
2h    10m 385
2      13    383
2      24    369
3 Hours    300
3H  34 m  240*
3    49      235
4 Hours    225*
4h   12m  209
« Last Edit: June 18, 2019, 04:59:10 PM by Poorfolks »

hdfry

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Re: Kingsford Long-Burning Charcoal
« Reply #16 on: June 18, 2019, 03:17:39 PM »
Thanks for the detailed experimental notes. I'm interested in learning more about the starter fuel you show there. It appears to be a bag on which you stack your charcoal to be lit.  thanks!  HD

Poorfolks

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Re: Kingsford Long-Burning Charcoal
« Reply #17 on: June 18, 2019, 05:03:06 PM »
Sorry,I just edited the post.
1st test is Kindsford Blue  2x1
2nd      is RO Brickets      2x0
3rd     is  Kingsford BBQ Master long burn 2x1