Its coconut byproduct, it is extracted from the coconut husks. The fibre cells are narrow and hallow and walls made of thick cellulose.
The coir fiber is naturally enough elastic without any breaking and it holds a curl as though permanently waved so that they can be utilized for stuffing and puffing of furniture.

They are used commonly in the packing industry to safeguard and protect delicate products since coir fibres are the perfect shock absorbers.

There are two types of coir fibre they are:

  • Brown- Outcome of fully matured coconut

Uses: Curled Coir Rope, coir mattresses, rubberized coir pads, coir cushions, carpet underlays, seat cushions and for insulating drainage pipes and their pads are sprayed with rubber latex.

  • Yellow or white-outcome of immature green coconut husk.

Uses: mainly in manufacturing of rope, carpets, fishing nets because of strong resilience to saltwater.

Key Facts

  • Cost-effective
  • Durable


Specifications of Coir Fiber
Product Code CROC-001
Application Bedding Industry, Automobile Upholstery, Erosion Control
Size 48 x 30 x 18 inch
Moisture < 15% (Max 15%)
Bale Weight 100 Kg – 125 Kg/Bale
Usage Mattress filling, Cushions filling, material for coir logs, As a stitched   blanket to control soil erosion, Prevent heat transfer and room insulation, Rope manufacturing, Making fishing nets.
Color White (Golden Brown) and Brown
Fiber Length 6 cm to 20 cm / 60 mm to 200 mm / 2 ½” to 8″
Impurities < 3% (Max 3%) Brown, < 7 to 9% white or  yellow
Packing Hydraulically Compressed & Tightly Strapped Bale
Mode of Payment >30% In advance and Balance 70% after BL Scan Copy

>50% Advance and balance 50% Cad

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