Posted on Friday July 26, 2013

Incense Stick 9”

Incene 9

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Incene 9_2
Comparision of Incense Sticks 8” and 9”

Incene 8'' and 9'' _2

Incene 8'' and 9''

Incense Stick 9”


+ Size: 8″ and 9″
+ Counting: 900-950 sticks/kg for 9 inches and 1000-1050 sticks/kg for 8 inches
+ Ash after burning in white color
+ Absorption from 25% to 35% or ask customer’s requirements
+ 100% burning rate
+ Black charcoal incense or any other color and size as customer’s requirements
+ Use material friendly with environment and people, not harm to health
+ Moisture is from 7% to 9 %
+ Broken: 3%max;
+ Place of Origin: Vietnam
+ Supplying Ability: 200 Ton/Tons per Month
+ Packing: Incense Stick shall be tied up in bundles; each bundle should be from 600 gram to 630 gram and to be packaged in carton box 3 layers
+ Delivery: 15 days after received deposit or receipt L/C confirm.

Joss Sticks
Joss is commonly used as a synonym for the word incense (i.e. joss sticks, joss cones, joss coils). The term “joss stick” is used to describe many different types of stick incense.
The tradition of burning incense in the east has been around for a very long time. Over the years, the term joss stick has been used in different ways by different traditions. There’s no hard and fast rule and things are constantly changing.

You may occasionally run across uses of the term joss stick that seemingly contradict each other. For instance, a joss stick can be described as an extruded or hand-formed incense stick which does not have a bamboo core. It can also be used to refer to a hand-rolled incense stick with a bamboo core. And both are correct.

For instance, Indian joss sticks are traditionally made with a bamboo stick in the center, Japanese joss sticks are traditionally made without a bamboo core. And Chinese joss sticks can be made either way. Chinese temple and festival joss sticks can even be very large “cylinders” some as large as building columns. But remember these are just guidelines, not hard and fast rules.

Agarbatti Stick Incense
Agarbatti means incense stick, from “agar” (aloeswood, or incense) and “batti” (stick). Agarbatti incense sticks are traditionally made with a bamboo core. This is what most people think of as Indian incense. (Also: agarbathi, agarbathys, batti, batties, bathis bathies)

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