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Bri·quet

(brē-kā'),
Paul, French physician, 1796-1881. See: Briquet ataxia, Briquet disease, Briquet syndrome.
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According to American Vanguard Corporation, Bti Briquets provides a versatile, efficient, cost- effective and environmentally compliant treatment which has contributed to successful larvicide control for more than three decades in US and international public health markets.
It does one thing and one thing only: make briquets.
KINGSFORD HAS FOUND A WAY TO BRING THIS EXPERIENCE TO LIFE FASTER THROUGH A NEWLY DESIGNED BRIQUET.
Another product formulation, Altosid pellets, which are smaller than the briquets, are used in shallow water situations, such as water held by faulty curbs and gutters.
Another critical factor in producing good-quality briquets is ensuring that the proper amount of material is fed into each cavity.
Another critical factor in producing good quality briquets is ensuring that the proper amount of material is fed into each cavity.
A metal device shaped something like a beer stein with a wooden handle;l it burns newspaper or tinder in a ventilated compartment that funnels heat to a scoop of briquets, getting them glowing in 15 minutes or so.
To increase the heat, or to cook longer than 45 minutes, add 6 to 10 new briquets or more wood embers (from that still-burning wood you moved to the side of your firepit) every 30 minutes.
To achieve the same temperature, more briquets have to be used.
Clearly, these units are anything but your basic bowls and briquets sold by mass merchandisers.
above cooking grate only 5 to 7 seconds): If using charcoal, light 40 briquets on firegrate.