The major use of white coir is in rope manufacture. Mats of woven coir fibre are made from the finer grades of bristle and white fibre using hand or mechanical looms.
White coir spun into yarn is used in the manufacture of rope and, thanks to its strong resistance to salt water, in fishing nets.
White Coir Fibre is recommended as substitute for milled peat moss because it is free of bacteria and fungal spores.
White coir, harvested from unripe coconuts, is used for making finer brushes, string, rope and fishing nets.
White coir fibers are typically used for rope because of its strength and flexibility.
White coir fiber also has a strong resistance to salt water.
|Product Name||White Fibre|
|Color||White Coir fibre|
|Fibre Length||5 ~ 25 cms|
|Moisture||< 18 %|
|Weight||Appx 105 ~ 120 kg|
|Dust content||< 3%|
|Sand percentage||less than 2 %|
|Fiber percentage||98% No Husk, Small or Big pith|
|Bale Size||48 x 30 x 18 "|
|Container Size||40 ft high cube|
|Bulk Loading||Appx 198 Bales|
|Pallet Loading||140 Bales per container / 20 pallets|
|Pieces / Per Pallet||140 Bales|
|Card Board||12 Pieces of printed cardboard corners|
|Straps||12→ 8↑ White printed strappings|
|Straping||White printed strappings|
|Stretchfilm||4 Layers transparent plastic|
|Cover||Black rigid plastic|
|Pallet Label||Product Technical Sheet|