Brown fibre is obtained by harvesting fully mature coconuts when the nutritious layer. The Brown fibrous husks are soaked in pits or in nets in a slow moving body of water to swell and soften the fibres. The long bristle fibres are separated from the shorter mattress fibres underneath the skin of the nut, a process known as wet-milling.
The Brown fibre is allowed to retain more moisture.
Retains its elasticity for ‘twisted’ fibre production.
The coir fibre is elastic enough to twist without breaking and it holds a curl as though permanently waved.
Brown coir is used in brushes, doormats, mattresses and sacking. A small amount is also made into twine.
The mattress fibres are sifted to remove dirt and other rubbish, dried and packed into bales.
|Product Name||Coir Brown|
|Color||Golden yellow / Brown 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|
|Stretch Film||4 Layers Transparent Plastic|
|Cover||Black Rigid Plastic|
|Pallet Label||Product Technical Sheet|