Fish Farm Pond Liner Hdpe Geomembrane
Domestic waste landfill, sewage, waste residue treatment plant seepage prevention;
River dike, lake, reservoir dam seepage, plugging, reinforcement, slope protection;
Anti-seepage of subway, tunnel and culvert;
Highway, railway foundation, expansive soil and collapsible loess waterproof layer;
Aquaculture pond lining other impermeable, anticorrosive, leak-proof, reinforcement.。
1. Complete width and thickness specifications.
2. It has excellent environmental stress cracking resistance and excellent chemical corrosion resistance.
3. Excellent chemical corrosion resistance.
4. It has a wide range of temperature and long service life
1. What is geomembrane used for?
Geomembranes are giant impermeable membranes made of (un)reinforced polymeric materials and used to stabilize earth and to secure landfills ensuring containment of hazardous or municipal wastes and their leachates.
2. What is difference between geotextile and geomembrane?
Geotextiles, just as its name implies, is made of nonwoven fabrics and mainly used to the consolidated subsoil. Geomembrane is made of high-density polyethylene, primarily for seepage-proofing.
3. What is the role of geomembrane in a landfill?
The term 'geomembrane' refers to a specific group of geosynthetics. They are flexible polymeric sheets which can be welded together to form a continuous 'bowl' in a landfill site. Geomembranes are used in a wide variety of civil engineering applications, generally as barriers to moisture and gas flow.
4. What is a HDPE liner?
High-density polyethylene (HDPE) liners are multifunctional products that serve as an impermeability layer for various applications. One of the core benefits of HDPE liners is that some of their features can be modified by changing the thickness of the liner, which typically ranges from 30 to 120 mil.
5. What is impermeable geomembrane?
Geomembranes are impermeable liners used in sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) to form watertight tanks. The membrane used depends on a risk assessment of the site and the ground and groundwater conditions.