Coconut Products

Coconut Husked

Coconuts take about one year to fully ripen, with several coconuts growing together in bunches that ripen at about the same time. Six or seven months after the fruits emerge, the inside of the coconut contains mostly water, which you can harvest and drink. Over the next five or six months, the water converts to the white nut meat lining around the inside of the shell. The coconut should be fully ripe at 12 months after fruits emerge. Meat harvested at this stage is often dried to a form known as "copra," which is squeezed to extract coconut oil. Coconuts are often harvested a month or two before they fully ripen, when the nut meat is still soft and can be scooped with a spoon. Trees produce multiple bunches at various times of year, so you must keep track of each new developing bunch.

Coconut Fibre

Coconut coir fiber, or in world trade known as Coco Fiber, Coir fiber, coir yarn, coir mats, and rugs, is a product of coconut coir processing. Traditionally, coconut coir fibers are only used for making brooms, doormats, ropes and other household appliances. Technological developments, physical-chemical properties of fiber, and consumer awareness to return to natural materials, making coconut fiber fiber used as raw materials for the carpet, seat and dashboard industry of vehicles, mattresses, pillows, and hardboards. Coconut fiber is also used for erosion control. Coconut coir fibers are processed to be used as Coir Fiber Sheets which are used for car seat linings, Spring Beds and others

Briket coconut

Briquette is a block of combustible material that is used as fuel to start and maintain a flame. The most commonly used briquettes are coal briquettes, charcoal briquettes, peat briquettes, and biomass briquettes. Briquette raw materials are known to be close to the agricultural community because the biomass of agricultural waste can be used as briquettes. The use of briquettes, especially briquettes produced from biomass, can replace the use of fossil fuels. Briquettes are made by pressing and drying the material mixture into hard blocks. This method is commonly used for coal that has a low calorific value or coal chips so that it has an additional selling value and benefits. Briquettes are used in industry and households.