White coir fibres harvested from coconuts before they are ripe are white or light brown in color and are smoother and finer, but also weaker. They are generally spun to make yarn used in mats or rope.
|Color||White or Golden|
|Moisture||< 15% Max|
|Impurities||< 5% max|
|Length of fiber||5cm to 25cm|
|Packing||120kg bales in 40’HC [up to 21 MT]|
|Min. Order||3×40 HC|
|Manufacturing Capacity||15×40 HC per month|