First, the definition of carbonized wood
Carbonized wood is known as the physical "preservative wood", also known as heat-treated wood. Originated from Europe, with many years of use history, carbonized wood preservative wood was introduced into China. Because it has superior performance in comparison with ordinary wood and is more environmentally friendly, it is favored by users. Carbonized wood refers to wood obtained by long-term pyrolysis of wood at a high temperature and pressure of 190°C-212°C. The high-temperature treated charcoal wood has prominent texture, rich colors, and wooden aromas. It is a noble decoration material.