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Longburn Lumpwood Charcoal 10Kg Bag

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Longburn Lumpwood Charcoal 10Kg Bag

40kg Orders - £10 Shipping Area 1

Lumpwood restaurant grade quality charcoal 10KG Bag

  • Buy 2 for £12.50 each and save 4%
  • Buy 4 for £11.50 each and save 12%
  • Buy 20 for £11.00 each and save 16%

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Longburn lumpwood restaurant grade quality charcoal 10Kg bag. An intense heat is produced for superb cooking. A natural, long burning charcoal for best barbecue results. Made purely from Superior Hardwood.

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Delivery Charges

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Delivery AreaPost CodesWeight Up ToCart PriceShipping Cost
AREA 1AL, B, BA, BB, BD, BH, BL, BN, BR, BS, CB, CF, CH, CM, CO, CR, CT, CV, CW, DA, DE, DH, DL, DN, DT, DY, E, EC, EN, FY, GL, GU, HA, HD, HG, HP, HR, HS, HU, HX, IG, IM, IP, IV31-32, IV36, IV40-49, IV51-56, IV63, IV99, KA, KT, L, LD, LE, LN, LS, LU, M, ME, MK, N, NE, NG, NN, NP, NR, NW, OL, OX, PE, PO1-22, PR, RG, RH, RM, S, SE, SG, SK, SL, SM, SN, SO, SP, SR, SS, ST, SW, TA, TF, TN, TS, TW, UB, W, WA, WC, WD, WF, WN, WR, WS, WV, YO, ZE20Kg £5.00
40Kg £10.00
60Kg £15.00
80Kg £20.00
100Kg £25.00
390Kg £30.00
Over 390Kg FREE
AnyOver £150FREE
AREA 2CA, DG, EH, EX, FK, G, KA1-26, KY, LA, LL, ML, PA1-19, PL, SA, SY, TD, TQ, TR20Kg £8.00
40Kg £16.00
60Kg £24.00
80Kg £32.00
500Kg £40.00
1000Kg £60.00
Over 1000Kg £100.00
AREA 3DD, KW, PH1-7, PH1420Kg £10.00
40Kg £20.00
60Kg £30.00
80Kg £40.00
100Kg £50.00
500Kg £60.00
1000Kg £80.00
Over 1000Kg £120.00

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Long burn lumpwood charcoal facts

  • Lumpwood is made by burning wood in he absence of oxygen
  • Lumpwood produces much less ash than briquette charcoal
  • Lumpwood burns at intense tempratures of up to 2700 °C
  • Lumpwood has been used since Roman times in the production of iron