Coconut Fibre Brown

Brown fiber is obtained by gathering totally mature coconuts once the nourishing layer close the seed is prepared to be processed into coconut and desiccated coconut. The fibrous layer of the fruit is then separated from the hard shell by driving the fruit down onto a spike to split it (de-husking). The fibrous huskar soaked in pits or in nets in an exceedingly slow body of water to swell and soften the fibers. The long bristle fibers are separated from the shorter pad fibers beneath the skin of the nut, a process known as wet-milling. These mattress fibers are sifted to remove dirt, other rubbish and dried in the sun light and packed into bales. Some pad fiber is allowed to retain a lot of wetness thus it retains its snap for twisted fiber production.

The coir fiber is elastic enough to twist while not breaking and it holds a curl as if for good waved. Twisting is completed by merely creating a rope of the hank of fiber and twisting it using machine or by hand. The longer bristle fiber is washed in clean water then dried before being tied into bundles or hanks. It may then be cleansed and ‘hackled’ by steel combs to straighten the fibers and remove with any shorter fiber items. Coir bristle fibre can even be bleached and dyed to get hanks of various colors.

We offer immaculate range of Coir Fiber that is widely known for being used as commercial natural fiber in designing mats, sacking, mattresses, brushes and upholstery. This organic and natural fiber is derived from green and brown coconut husks. These are widely used in textile industry for their low decomposition rate.

Specifications

Weight 100 to 120 kg/bale
Loadability 20 tons
Compression ratio 5:1
Packaging Baled by rust proof iron hoops or plastic straps
Moisture Upto 15%
Impurity Upto 2 to 3 % free from pitch, roots