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Coconut fiber (also known as coir fiber) is made from the natural coconuts outer shell.

Coconut fiber manufacturing process:

1. Harvesting and husking: After harvested, the outer shell of the coconut is removed immediately.

2. Retting: the outer shell of the coconut is soaked in water to soften the fibers.



3. Defibering: using machines to separate the fibers from the pith and the outer skin.

4. Finishing: the fibers are washed and dried to remove any dirt or impurities.

Specifications of coconut fiber

  • Durable
  • Anti-proof
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Biodegradable

Applications of coconut fiber

  • Textiles: Coir fiber is used to make ropes, carpets, hats, bags and other products.
  • Agriculture: Coir fiber is used as a soil amendment and as a component in potting soil mixes. It can also be used as a mulch to retain moisture and suppress weeds.

  • Construction & Furniture:

Coir fiber is used as reinforcement in concrete and as insulation in walls and roofs.

Coir fiber reinforced concrete

Coir fiber is used as stuffing material for cushions and mattresses.

In addition, coir fiber is also applied in controlling soil erosion.

It is important to notice that the eco-friendliness of coconut fiber. It is always a good idea to choose products that are sustainable materials, a renewable resource and reduce its impact on our environment.

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