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Coir & Coir

Coir fibres and coir pith are found between the hard, internal shell and the outer coat of a coconut. The individual fibre cells are narrow and hollow, with thick walls made of cellulose. They are pale when immature, but later become hardened and yellowed as a layer of lignin is deposited on their walls. By weight, coir fibres account for about one-third of the coconut pulp. The other two-thirds, the coir pith. All our products stands alone in its clause with their superior quality as per standard international specification. our un compromised frequent quality check ensures the uniformity and quality assurance in product.

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White Fibre
Coconut / Coir Fibre
White fibre is a outcome of coconut’s semi matured green husk and is used for fibre mats, rubberised coir mats,plant basket, flower and fruit basket ropes, room insulation, coir logs & painting brushes.
Brown Fibre
Brown Fibre
Coconut / Coir Fibre
Brown fibre is a outcome of coconut’s matured brown husk and is used for mattress industry, auto upholstery, furniture, weed control, geo textile, erosion control, plant basket, fishing net & broom.
Low EC
Low EC
Coir Pith / Coco Peat
Low EC Coco peat is a residue of coconut fibre extraction and it is used as soil in large nurseries, green houses, gardens, hydroponics, agriculture, horticulture & floriculture.
High EC
High EC
Coir Pith / Coco Peat
High EC Coco peat is a residue of coconut fibre extraction and it is used as erosion control medium, soil less bedding, animal bedding, golf course construction & oil absorbent medium.
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From husk to fibre/peat to packing & Shipping