The name coir has come from Kayar of Malayalam language, which has seen in ancient Tamil scriptures.

Coir fiber, is a natural fiber extracted from the husk of coconut.

Coir is the fibrous material found between the hard, internal shell and the outer coat of a coconut. The endocarp of the coconut fruit has been converted to coir fibre.coir fiber is widely used in Agriculture, animal husbandry and horticulture.

Coirs are used in products such as floor mats, doormats,brushes and mattresses.

brown coir fibre

Types of coir fibre

White coir fibre

Brown coir fibre

brown coir fibre

Process of coir fibre

Coir is a natural fibre extracted from coconut.

The fibre which is extracted from coconut husk and it is processed.

Extraction of coir

Our Indian coirs have automated machines to extract the fibre and also refine it.

The machine automatically remove the fibres from the husk and separates the coir pith.

Drying in yard

Drying process is undertaken in the vast spread cement yard which is surrounded by a compound wall.

The material will be collected at sufficient moisture.

Once the moisture level of the material is reached, it gets ready for coir baling.

Coir Baling

Once drying process is done, coir is hydraulically operated and it compresses the loose fine coconut fibre into bales of fixed sizes and weights.

Once the coir is baled, then the coir fibre is compressed into 30 kg bales.

The 30 Kg bales are then compressed into 120 kg bales and then loaded into containers.

brown coir fibre

The fibre extracted from green coconut husk by natural retting process is known as white fibre.

Having smooth and fine soft touch properties.

Typically white coir spun into yarn is used in the manufacture of rope and thanks to its strong resistance to salt water, in fishing nets


Color White
Size 48 x 30 x18 inches
Moisture Up to 10 %
Impurity 1 %
Length 10 to 70 cm
Bale weight 30 Kg
Packaging Strapped

The fibre extracted mechanically from dry coconut husk is known as brown fibre.

Having strong and thick nature.

Brown coir fibre is used for doormats, mattresses etc.


Color Brown
Size 48 x 30 x18 inches
Moisture Up to 15 %
Impurity 2 %
Length 10 to 30 cm
Bale weight 30 Kg
Packaging Strapped
brown coir fibre

Coco peat block or coir pith has been made out as an end product from coir units.

The shredded powders have been compressed under particular temperature to form as pith blocks, commonly called as coco peat blocks or Briquettes. Coco peat blocks are widely used world wide for horticulture, terrace garden or roof gardens and hydroponics.

Bio briquettes are in great use and in huge demand in European countries and Japan.