Coir Fibre

Coir Fibre is extracted from mature green and brown Coconut Husks. It is then processed into the finest fibres. Coir Fibre is of two types - brown and white. Coir obtained from fresh green coconut is termed as white fibre, which is finer than the brown fibre. The brown fibre is the outcome of seasoned fully matures coconuts which loose their green color in the process. Each of them has their own distinct types of applications. The brown fibre is widely used for fabrication of doormats, brushes, mattresses and other upholstery material whereas the white fibre is used for making ropes, making fishing nets and other eco-friendly products.

About Coir Fibre

Coir fibre is obtained as a natural product during the coconut husk processing. The fibre from fresh green coconut is termed as white fibre, and fibre from seasoned fully matured coconuts is termed as brown fibre. The brown fibre is widely used for fabrication of doormats, brushes, mattresses and other upholstery material whereas the white fibre is used for making ropes, making fishing nets and other eco-friendly products.

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White(Golden Brown) and Brown

Name Details
Size 48 x 30 x 18 inch
Fiber Length 6 cm to 20 cm / 60 mm to 200 mm / 2 ½" to 8"
Moisture < 15% (Max 15%)
Impurities < 3% (Max 3%)

Packing & Shipping

Name Details
Packing Hydraulically Compressed & Tightly Strapped Bale
Bale Weight 100 Kg - 125 Kg/Bale
Container Loadability 180 – 200 Bales/40 ft. HQ Container (Approximately 20MT)