Smooth HDPE Geomembranes
Category: Geomembranes Tags: Geomembranes, Textured HDPE Geomembranes, Multi-colors HDPE Geomembranes
Geomembrane liners are often used as linings for primary and secondary solid waste landfills. In order to cover landfill soils, they are also used as an alternative for daily coverage.
The geomembrane used in landfill liner systems is typically 60 mil (0.06 inches) thick and consists of low permeability materials like high-density polyethylene (HDPE). HDPE Geomembrane Liners can be applied in a variety of containment applications and the geomembrane barriers applied in landfills anti-seepage projects as the final cover system is typically 40 mils thick and consists of low-density linear polyethylene (LLDPE) with a thickness of up to 60 mils.
Tinhy HDPE Smooth Geomembrane Liners are made of high-quality polyethylene resin produced by large petrochemical enterprises from home and abroad. It is copolymerized by a 3-layer co-extrusion blow molding technology and a 2-layer co-extrusion process. It has good mechanical properties, high tear strength, strong adaptability to deformation, anti-puncture, anti-aging, anti-ultraviolet, oil-resistant hydrochloric acid alkali, high and low-temperature resistance, anti-corrosion and non-toxic, long service life, anti-seepage, and moisture-proof, etc.
Spheres of impermeable geomembrane sheaths are a better option as secondary insulation for spilled concrete because they are not leaky, but cheaper, and do not require costly subsoil testing after completion. The use of tarpaulins such as BTL liners or armor covers are strongly recommended, which do not work well with conductive Geomembrane liners but can be used in pairs or compatible materials if you want a sealed system. The installation of conductive Geomem foils and liners has been tested without damage to the devices and has proven to be successful in field radio tests.
You can order our HDPE Smooth Geomembrane in bulk to apply it to your waste landfill, water conservancy, landscape, mining, transportation, aquaculture, or agricultural reservoir projects.