TECHNICAL INFORMATION

FibeCoir uses 100% Recycled Organic coconuts, Our Indoor manufacturing plant in Mexico uses Eco friendly harvesting and processing methods which ensure we deliver a consistent, pest and pathogen free medium.

 
 

    • Made from 100% Recycled Organic coconuts, a renewable resource

    • Coco allows strong root formation, heavy growth, and yields

    • Neutral pH (5.4 6.3 ) needed for proper nutrient uptake

    • Triple washed with our unique washing process guarantees
    we do not introduce viruses or pathogens into our coir

    • Can be used for indoor/outdoor applications:

     

     

Aquaponics & Hydroponics, Maintains excellent aeration, Holds little water even when fully saturated, Able to hold, (6x-8x) its weight in water, ½ “ – 2” coconut fiber acts much like perlite, Soil amender to prevent soil compaction, Container gardens & planter beds.
 
 

FIBERCOIR PROCESSING PROCEDURES

We are proud to announce FiberCoir only uses organic repurposed coconuts from coconut oil processing plants and shredded coconut processors. We only use clean, properly aged and uncontaminated coconuts harvested from organic coconuts farms. First we take clean organic coconuts from the drying beds and send by conveyor to the Grinding machine that shreds and grinds the coconut fiber off the hard nut in the interior.
This is where the fiber is sent from the shredder into the conveyor up to the high pressure washing chamber and pressed and rewashed several times before going thru final wash down to the cyclone dryer.
Washing the coconut fiber thoroughly
is key when delivering the cleanest and purest coir to the market and with our patent pending washing cyclone we can consistently provide clean quality coir.

WE ARE ALMOST DONE!

At this stage the fiber is completely saturated and must be pressed to remove 50% of the water in the coco coir. Following the pressing it is sent by gravity and fed into a worm drive to further press the coir to remove more water.


Once the desired moisture content is achieved in the coco coir we then send it via conveyor into a 100 ton press that compresses the coco coir fiber into bales that weigh approximately 350lbs - 375lbs each. The bales are compressed to a ratio of 4:1 and are sent down to a machine that spins and wraps the bales.

 

THE PROCESS IS QUITE COMPLETE, BUT WAIT! THERE'S MORE...

 

 

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