Sisal fibre is derived from the leaves of the plant. It is usually obtained by machine decortications in
which the leaf is crushed between rollers and then mechanically scraped. The fibre is then washed and dried by mechanical or natural means.
Sisal fibre is fairly coarse and inflexible. It is valued for cordage use because of its strength,
durability, ability to stretch, affinity for certain dyestuffs, and resistance to deterioration
in saltwater. Sisal is used by industry in three grades
Sisal is a product of agriculture and nature with very diverse applications.
It can be processed into fibre, twined into rope and woven into carpets,
•It is also widely used as renforceing medium for plaster based products
GYPSUM DECORATION PLASTER
Extra fine Gypsum Plaster NEJMA is a formulated hemihydrate & Betahydrate plaster
(CaSO4.1/2H20) produced from naturally occurring
gypsum mineral. It is white in colour
This product is used in the ceramics industry to
produce working moulds for the slip casting of
tableware and sanitaryware.