Coconut shell is the toughest component covered in coconut fruit. The coconut shell is situated between the coconut flesh and the coconut husk. This shell is usually designed to cover the inner portion of the coconut. Shell is used for the development of various handicrafts and other applications. Many handmade decoration items are produced by using coconut shells because of their strength. Coconut shells are also used to produce charcoal, which is used as food, and this coconut charcoal is much stronger than other charcoals.
Coconut shell charcoal is commonly used for the manufacture of active carbon. Usually, activated carbon is known as carbon dioxide, which has been treated with oxygen. Active carbon is commonly used to eliminate impurities. Coconut shell charcoals are commonly used in the purification industry and other sectors that use active carbon.