Envigas uses a process which leaves the BioCarbon with a low level of volatile matter.
Volatile matter is a frequently measured parameter in coal and carbon. Essentially it is a measure of the non-water gases formed from a carbon sample during heating in an oxygen-free environment. Normally the vaporization is divided into two components; light volatiles and tar. Envigas uses a high-temperature slow pyrolysis process which leaves the remaining BioCarbon with a relatively low level of volatile matter in the approximate range of 2-3%.