Hubbly Charcoal Project Line Exported to India

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Smoking hookah is a very popular recreational activity in the current society. Therefore, many charcoal manufacturers have targeted the hookah charcoal market. And they have already begun to act. Recently, the shisha charcoal briquetting project line purchased by the Indian shisha charcoal manufacturer from Shuliy has been prepared by our factory leader. And we’re checking and reconciling the goods over and over again. And always keep in touch with customers via WhatsApp.

Do you know the charm of hookah culture?

The hookah culture first originated in India and later spread to Arabia. They think it is a great pleasure to smoke a hookah in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Moreover, the tools used by Indians and Arabs to smoke hookahs are also very particular. Its main body is a vase-like tool with a long cigarette holder. People will like to add a fruity balm to increase the pleasure of smoking a hookah.

What equipment have Indian customers purchased in our factory?

An Indian client intends to use coconut husks for hubbly charcoal. Therefore, we recommend a biomass carbonization furnace with a size of 9*2.6*2.9m for him according to the scale of his factory. Besides, it also purchased our hammer charcoal pulverizer, charcoal powder wheel mill, and other crushing equipment.


There are 4 types of hookah charcoal machines sold in our factory. But according to the customer’s investment budget, we equipped him with a cost-effective hydraulic hookah charcoal machine.

What we didn’t expect was that customers took the initiative to ask to buy a box dryer, when the budget was not enough. The client felt that the hubbly charcoal dryer would save his production a lot of time to do other things. So he actually saves himself money.

Indian customers also bought other accessories from our factory. For example, screw conveyors, belt conveyors, and hookah charcoal molds. Finally, thanks to the customer’s trust in Shuliy, we will also be responsible for the customer’s goods.