Long coconut fiber
Coconut fiber or coir is a product which is extracted from the outer shell of the coconut fruit.
It is used in a variety of ways worldwide, being especially popular for rope and matting, and there are a number of sources for coir and coir products.
There are two different types of coconut fiber: white coir and brown coir. White coconut fiber comes from young coconuts, while brown coconut fiber comes from more mature specimens.
In mature coconuts, a layer of lignin has been deposited in the cellulose walls of the fiber, causing it to darken in appearance.
Once extracted from the coconut, the fiber can be spun or matted. It can also be bleached or dyed, although some producers prefer to leave the fiber as it is for a more natural look.
Color: Gold brown
Length of fibre: 5-25cm
Moisture: 18 - 20 % max
Dust and impurity: 3% max
Foreign matter: 5% (max)
+ Sub-standard fiber: 2% max.
Usage: Make coconut mattress, coir net, coconut rope, coconut twisted string
Moisture: 18% (+/-2) max
Impurity: 3-5% max
Color: Yellow, brown
Length: 5-25 cm
Packing: Pressed in bale: 100-110 kgs/bale, steel wire
Cont 20 ft: 7.00 - 8.40 MTS
Cont 40 ft: 17.40 - 18.00 MTS
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