- Arenga fibres
- Coconut fibres
- Bassine fibre
- Rice root (Zacatón)
- Reed grass
Fibre, also known as Mexican fibre or Tampico, terms a natural fibre with yellow colouring. The fibres are extracted out of the Mexican agave and come out with the length of 30 to 50 cm.
Because of its resistance against high temperatures, acid and lye, a good elasticity and optimal water absorption, Fibre is preferred for many kinds of brushes in the household like scrubbing brushes or bath brushes.
Today Fibre can be replaced with synthetic fibres in some cases.
We offer Mexican Fibre in diverse lengths and colours.
Arenga fibres are made from the sugar palm, which grows in Indonesia. The fibres are coloured from dark grey to black, differ in their thickness and are up to 1,20 meters long. They are water- and oil resistant. Compared to other natural fibres, the Arenga-fibre is smooth and elastic.
We can offer Arenga-fibres in diverse lengths.
The coconut fibres can be found in the shells of coconuts, which grow in Sri Lanka. After the coconuts have been soaked in water for a few months, the fibres can be taken from the shells. They are from 15 to 30 cm long, have a brown colour and practical characteristics like elasticity and resistance against humidity. They are used for mats, ropes, brushes and in the garden as fertilizer.
We can offer coconut fibres in diverse lengths and colours.
You can find Bassine fibres in East India. They come from the Palmyra-palm and have a brown colour. They are very strong and water resistant, which is the reason why they are mainly used for street brushes or brushes in the household.
Bassine is often mixed with Mexican Fibre and sold as Unino-fibre.
We offer Bassine fibres in different lengths and in your individual mixture.
Bahia-Piassava is from a kind of palms, which grow in Brazil. The fibres are coloured from red to brown. They are flattened and 0,8 -2,5mm thick with good elasticity. They are mainly used for outdoor brushes.
We offer Bahia-Piassava in different lengths.
Rice root, also known as Broom root, is the root of the Zacaton plant, a special type of grass, which grows on the high plateaus of Mexico. The rice root fibres are corrugated and have yellow colour, because they were bleached and sulphuretted. It is an elastic and water resistant material, which is often used for vegetable brushes, scrubbers and brooms.
We gladly deliver rice root in diverse lengths.
Sherbro-Piassva is gathered from palms in Sierra Leone. The fibres are very tough and have brown colour. Sherbro-Piassava is primarily used for outdoor brushes.
We offer Sherbro-Piassava in different lengths.
The fibres are imported from the Madagascar Island and gained from the fan-shaped leaves of a palm. They are black coloured and suitable for brushes used outdoors because of their elasticity and robustness.
Gladly we deliver Madagascar-Piassava in diverse lengths.
Reed grass is cultivated in Indonesia. It has a yellow-green colour and can be applied to diverse usages.
Our company offers reed grass in diverse lengths.