Coconut (Coir) Fibre

Coir, or coconut fiber, is a natural fiber extracted from the husk of the coconut. It is a renewable source where husks are absorbed in freshwater for 4-6 weeks, and then the fiber is mechanically extracted. Coir is the fibrous material found between the hard, internal shell and the outer coat of the coconut. We manufacture:


Brown fiber

The fibrous husks are soaked in pits or nets in a slow-moving body of water to swell and soften the fibers. The long bristle fibers are separated from the shorter mattress fibers underneath the nut’s skin through a process known as wet-milling. The mattress fibers are filtered to remove dirt and other rubbish, dried in the sun and packed into bales. The coir fiber is elastic enough to twist without breaking, but it holds a curl as though permanently waved. The longer bristle fiber is washed in clean water and then dried before being tied into bundles or hanks. Then it may be cleaned and ‘hackled’ by steel combs to straighten the fibers and remove any shorter fiber pieces.


Bristle fiber

Bristle coir is the most elongated variety of coir fiber. It is manufactured from retted coconut husks through a process called defibering. The coir fiber, thus, extracted is then combed using steel combs to make the fiber clean and remove short fibers. Bristle coir fiber is used as bristles in brushes for domestic and industrial applications.


– Make mattresses with different densities

– Make car seats

– Make Activated carbon

– Make ropes, netting, and coir pads

– Make body armors

– Make Erosion and sediment control products

– Make Soundproof barriers

– Make pallets for loading bases

– Make flower container decorations


– Color: Brown or White (Golden Brown)

– Fiber Length: ~ 2.5 to 8 Inch (6 cm to 20 cm)

– Size: ~ 48 x 22 x 18 inch

– Bale Weight: ~ 110 Kg – 130 Kg/Bale

– Packing: Hydraulically compressed & tightly strapped bale

– ~155Bales/40 ft. HQ Container (Approximately 20MT)

We offer custom bale formats based on the requirements of the customer.