Coconut fiber

Coconut fiber is obtained from the fibrous husk of the coconut from the coconut palm, which belongs to the palm family.

Coconut fiber has a high lignin content and thus a low cellulose content, as a result of which it is resilient, strong and highly durable. The remarkable lightness of the fibers is due to the cavities arising from the dried out sieve cells.

Subject to compliance with the appropriate temperature and moisture conditions, duration of storage is not a limiting factor as regards transport and storage life
Application: Coconut fiber is used to produce hawsers, ropes, cords, runners, mats, brooms, brushes, paint brushes and as stuffing for mattresses and upholstered furniture
Specification:
-          Moiture : Less than 18%
-          Impurity : Less than 5%
-          Length : From 5-20cm
-          Color : Natural gold brown
Packing:

Coconut fiber is transported in bales (compressed and uncompressed), in hanks and in rolls. The fibers are sometimes wrapped in jute or bamboo mats or are also shipped unpackaged. Plastic strapping and coir cordage are used to ensure that packages hold together better.
-          In Bales and Plastic Strapping Band or roll
Bales Size: 105 x 70 x 45 cm
-          1 bale ~ 100 kgs
Quantity / Container: 17-18 Mt / 40' HC