Geomembranes are synthetic liners used to contain fluids or gases, often of hazardous nature. They are made of thin, flexible materials such as PP, PE, PVC and EPDM, and have exceptionally low permeability. They are known for being even more watertight and durable than GCLs. The most common applications include sealing landfills and waste dumps.
Geomembranes are an effective solution to contain liquids, vapours, and gases. They are 100% watertight comparing to GCLs, but in combination with the latter, they make a practically impervious solution.
Geomembranes can be made of different polymers depending on the application. They are resistant to UV radiation, chemical and biological corrosion, acids, and alkali. Their expected service life is estimated at as long as 400 years in favourable conditions.
They are produced in rolls of up to 15 meters wide. When larger sheets are required, they are joined by thermal bonding or welding at the seams to ensure a strong connection. From a pond to a landfill, geomembranes can be as small or as big as needed.
Assembly is done by rolling out and welding the material on-site by our specialized crew. The tightness of the weld is checked with the air pressure and other quality control tests performed by our experts. The strength of the finished waterproofing layer is guaranteed by a comprehensive quality assurance system, which is specially adapted to each individual object.
Geomembranes extract no dangerous substances to the surrounding environment and can be reused. They are toxin-free and eco-friendly.
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They are stronger and wider than SuperCor®, Hamco MP200plus®. As opposed to CON/SPAN, they are made of steel and not concrete so they are more ecological and 30-40% more cost-efficient. And unlike Acrow® 700XS®, they are applicable for buried solutions but take a bit longer to install.
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