Coir Fiber

Coir fibres are found between the hard, internal shell and the outer coat of a coconut fruit, which is actually the endocarp of the coconut fruit. 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. Fibres are typically 5 to 25 centimetres in length. There are two varieties of coir fiber which is brown in colour, usually extracted from the mature stocked coconuts and then the white colour which is extracted from the harvested young coconuts. Available in 120Kg Bales