verb (used with object), bri·quett·ed, bri·quett·ing.
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In Kenya, she finds an organization that makes briquettes from poop — in stoves, these burn cleaner and last longer than charcoal.‘Pipe Dreams’ flushes out hope in an unexpected place: the toilet|Maria Temming|April 6, 2021|Science News
The circulation scheme uses only about 60 percent of the charcoal required by similar-sized grills, and it’ll stay around 500 degrees for 45 minutes without any briquettes or vents to fiddle with.
Except these briquettes are not made of charcoal and are far bigger.
The briquette-making and testing room is fitted with a mixing table, moist closet, briquette-storage tanks, and testing machines.
The room for noting time of set and soundness is fitted with a mixing table similar to that in the briquette-making room.
Briquette, bri-ket′, n. a brick-shaped block of coal formed from coal-dust.