Geomembrane Linings

The growing concern over the contamination of valuable water resources and fluid migration to sub surface soils and ground water has resulted in the increased awareness of demand for geomembranes. Environmental protection agencies stipulate the use of geomembranes to protect the environment from both solid and liquid containment systems.

Geomembranes are impermeable synthetic membranes used with any geotechnical engineering related material so as to control the fluid migration in a man-made structure or system.



Geo Membrane Lining At Reservoir

Geomembranes are continuous polymeric sheets that are relatively impermeable and flexible. The most commonly used geomembranes are HDPE, PCV, EPDM, etc.

HDPE - High density polyethylene is widely used membrane for lining of solid waste sites, other fluid containment applications like reservoirs, ponds, tanks, irrigation canals, landfills and aquaculture industry.

HDPE membranes are known for their low permeability and exceptional chemical resistant and UV resistance properties.


copyright © The National Trading Est. Saudi Arabia