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How to make incense sticks
In the last essay, I told you about the first process of manufacturing agarbatti and today you’ll know the rest ! Moreover, after reading my two short writings, you will be absolutely able to make incenese sticks on your own.
Step 1 : Mix powder
What you need : Charcoal powder , wood powder, Joss powder (Other name : Glue powder, Jigit powder, Litesea Glutinosa)
This is very easy , you can collect burned wood powder and grind its. Coconut cell powder or bamboo burned powder are very good to use as charcoal power for sticks.

First mixed the above materials to following ratio (formular):

glue : Charcoal powder : sawdusts /wooden powder = 1.5:5
Mixed them all together and we call this is pre-mix powder. Add more water 50% of total mixing powder weight.

**Kindly note: all ratio is relatively, not exactly. Its depend on the quality of powder. Technical can try some ways to have best incense stick quality of production
Step 2 : Making incense stick:
A-Handmade incense stick: making incense stick by hand
+) Prepare bamboo sticks (or wooden sticks)
+) Prepare the pre-mixed powder

Hand roll bamboo stick with pre-mixed powder

B- MACHINE MADE INCENS STICK: Making incense stick by machine
+) Prepare the bamboo stick
+) Prepare the pre-mixed powder
+) Workers will use the incense stick making machine to make all incense sticks, very fast, easily , giving big quantity each day. (There are 2 main types of incense stick making machines: Semi Automatic, and fully automatic machine. Details of these, we will come back in the next chapters)
Nowsday, the demand of agarbatti is extremely high, so many automatic machines are created to help people manufacture in bulk quanity ( unit calculated by tons). Some best seller and useful types of machine : Fully automatic machine, Drier machine, Cone machine,…They are very productive and pretty cheap for you to start your own business !
Step 3: Dry incense stick (agarbatti ):
-You can put them under sunlight in day and inside storage that is low- moisure ! This is natural drying
- Or you can put all incense sticks into drying room, with fan and heater using electric
This step usually takes 24 hours at least!
Step 4 : Finishing and packing
-          Simple packing of incense stick (for export as raw incense stick no perfumes)

-    Inner packing of incense stick (for perfumed incense stick)
Dipping into perfumes
Keep all dry enough
Packing in smaller package then sell out

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