COCONUT COIR

Coir is stiff coarse fiber that has been obtained from the outer husk of the coconut. The fibers range from sturdy strands suitable for brush bristles to filaments that can be spun into coarse, durable yarn. Coir has been traditionally used in the making of ropes and mats.

Coir is a flexible natural yarn that is hauled out from mesocarp tissue, or husk of the coconut fruit. Generally coir is of rich yellow in color once it has been cleaned after the removal of the coconut husk; and hence it is often called " The Golden Fibre".

Coir is the rubbery husk of the coconut shell. Being tough and naturally defiant to seawater, the coir guards the fruit sufficiently to endure months of floating on ocean currents to be washed up on a sandy shore where it may bud and mature into a tree, condition it has adequate fresh water, since all the extra nutrients it requires have been passed along with the seed. This uniqueness makes the thread fairly functional in floor and outdoor mats, aquarium filters, cordage and rope, and garden mulch.

High resistance against salty water and normal waterproof has made this fiber an ideal choice for making different eco friendly products like doormats, brushes, and mattresses. These are made available in two categories, which is brown and white. We provide Coir Fiber that is free from 2-3% pith, roots, etc. Natural Coir Fiber is baled with the assistance of rust free Iron Hoops (or) plastic straps, to ensure its high quality and utility.

Grades: We supply curled coir ropes in the following grades to our buyers. The below specifications can be customised as per customer requirements.


  15 mm 25 mm
Curling 23 twists/feet 18 twists/feet
Weight 26kg/bundle 26kg/bundle
Packing bobbin bobbin
Shipment - 40' HCC 18-20 tons 18-20 tons