If you are looking for a way to prevent water wastage, infiltration or containment of various liquids, or you need to create a insulation resistant to liquids and natural erosion, the use of geomembrane can be a practical, modern and low-cost method. It will cost you more than traditional methods.

Because geomembrane is a rigid material, it is a plasticizer that can reduce the adsorption forces between hydrogen and chloride. To reduce the temperature fragility is incorporated in it.
A flexible material is composed of crystalline regions that are in amorphous regions and in which the plasticizer is located. The maximum value is controlled by the optimal permeability of the product (generally in the weight range of 28 to 35%).

Advantages of LLDPE geomembranes:

Very low permeability

High durability

High flexibility

High tensile strength

Applications of LLDPE geomembranes in water and wastewater storage tanks:


Aquaculture ponds

Artificial lakes

Sealing of urban and non-urban tunnels

Evaporation ponds of refineries and power plants

Sanitary landfills for waste and water treatment

Water transmission channels

Sealing of foundations and building foundations

Water insulation for roof garden and green walls

Geomembrane sheet standards