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coir products

Coir is a natural fibre extracted from the husk of coconut and used in products such as floor mats, doormats, brushes, mattresses etc. Technically coir is the fibrous material found between the hard, internal shell and the outer coat of a coconut. Other uses of brown coir (made from ripe coconut) are in upholstery padding, sacking and horticulture. White coir is harvested from unripe coconuts, and is used for making finer brushes, string, rope and fishing nets.


Geotextiles are permeable fabrics used to prevent soil erosion. They protect the earth and promote vegetation, thus helping retain vital top soil. Geotextiles are basically used in erosion control, separation and filtration/drainage. Coir Bhoovastra, made from coir fibre, both woven and non-woven, is an eco-friendly geotextile, degrading into the soil gradually. Coir Bhoovastra - nature's finest garb Manufactured out of coconut husks, Coir Bhoovastra is naturally resistant to rot, moulds and moisture, needing no chemical treatment. Hard and strong, it can be spun and woven into matting.

  • The high tensile strength of coir fibres protects steep surfaces from soil erosion due to heavy flows.
  • Totally bio-degradable.
  • Water absorbent fibre acts as a mulch on the surface and as wick in the soil mantle.
  • Provides an excellent microclimate for plant establishment, natural invasion and balanced healthy growth simultaneously allowing soil stabilisation.
  • Revegetation measures using Coir Bhoovastra encourage the restoration of terrestrial and aquatic riparian habitat.
  • Coir is environmentally responsible and aesthetically pleasing. It

The fabric that protects

Coir Bhoovastra is also extremely useful in protecting the slopes from soil erosion, while enabling lush vegetative growth.

some unique advantages
  • Faster binding of soil.
  • Excellent air and water permeability
  • Enough sunlight passes through.
  • Holds the seeds and saplings in place.
  • Excellent medium for quick vegetation.
  • Degrades over a period of time (2.5 to 6 years).
  • Allows for deep rooting of plants and provides nutrients.
  • Easy to install and follows the contour of the soil surface.
  • Eco-friendly and non-polluting.
  • Water course protection including stream ban protection.
  • Shoreline Stabilisation.
  • Storm water channels.
  • Slope stabilisation in railway cuttings and embankments.
  • Water course protection.
  • Separation application in rural roads, railways, parking and storage areas
  • Reinforcement of rural unpaved roads, temporary walls
  • Providing subbase layer in road pavement
  • Filtration in road drains and land reclamation
  • Containment of soil and concrete as temporary shuttering
  • Agricultural and horticultural applications like mulching, anti-weed, vegetable seeding etc.
  • Concrete column curing.
  • Fly ash dump waste protection and greening.
  • Forestry revegetation
  • Highway cut and fill slopes.
  • Control of shallow mass waste and gully erosion.
  • As sound barrier
  • UV protection for under earth crops
  • Roof top greening
  • Protection from wind erosion
  • Storm water channels
  • High traffic areas
  • Mine site reclamation
  • High altitude ski slopes
  • Dune rehabilitation
  • Wetland environments
  • Landscaping
  • Plant and tree protective systems
  • Agri and Horti engineering industry
  • Mud wall reinforcement
  • Soil stabilisation

Applications of Coir Bhoovastra

Bhoovastra can be used either as an overlay or an interlay - the former protecting the surface from run-off and the latter performing the functions of separation, filtration and drainage. Soil bio-engineering with Coir Bhoovastra finds effective application in the following soil situations:

The product range: Profiles & Properties

Coir Bhoovastra is an excellent medium for soil bio-engineering applications in many parts of the world in the form of meshes, netting, needled felts and pads, erosion control blankets, geo rolls, vegetation fascines, geo cushions, geo beds, anti-weed blankets and so on. Coir Bhoovastra is the answer to many of the environmental problems that man faces today.

Woven Coir Bhoovastra

Mesh matting & hand knotted coir nettings In areas prone to soil erosion like slopes and drainage areas, woven coir geo meshes and nettings hold seed and soil intact even during heavy rainstorms. Coir geo meshes and netting are heavy woven mulch that stay on the earth against the ravages of quick flowing water, wind or wild vegetative growth. The openings between the strands give the grass or vegetation plenty of growing room. Composition: Made of 100% coir.

Non-woven coir felt

Nonwoven felts: Erosion control blankets Made of 100% coir fibre, the fibre mass is held together by coir threads. Material composition: The coir non-woven blankets are composed of 100% coir fibre randomly needle punched to the desired degree of compaction. The felts have excellent moisture absorption and retention characteristics and form an ideal medium for plant growth.