These imprinted stainless steel charcoal trays are mounted below the hookah to capture any ash from the hot charcoal. These trays are suitable for large, medium and small hookahs.
Hookah charcoal tray also called hookah try plate, hookah tray ash catcher is an important part for a hookah.
Materials: Aluminum, stainless steel, copper, brass, wood……
Surface finishing: custom made
The jar at the bottom of the hookah is filled with water sufficient to submerge the body tube of a few centimeters, and the body tube is sealed with the body tube. Deeper water will only increase the suction required to use it. Place tobacco or smokeless molasses in a bowl at the top of the hookah. Typically, the bowl is covered with a perforated foil or metal screen and the coal is placed on top. Aluminum foil or screen separates the coal from the tobacco, which reduces the inhalation of soot in the smoke and reduces the temperature at which the tobacco is exposed to prevent direct burning of the tobacco.
When people inhale through the hose, the air is pulled through the charcoal and into the bowl containing the tobacco. The hot air heated by charcoal evaporates the tobacco without burning it. The steam is passed down through the body tube and the body tube extends into the water in the tank. It bubbling in the water, losing heat and filling the top of the jar to which the hose is attached. When the smoker inhales from the hose, the smoke enters the lungs, and changes in the pressure inside the tank draw more air into the charcoal and continue.
If the hookah has been ignited and smoked but has not been inhaled for a long time, the smoke in the tank can be considered "stale" and undesirable. If present, the outdated smoke can be expelled through the purge valve. This check valve opens by a gentle pressure created by a gentle blow into the hose. It does not work on multi-hose hookahs unless all other hoses are clogged. Sometimes the check valve is placed in a hose socket to avoid manual blockage of the hose.