Geomembrane Liners | Containment Liner
Geomembrane-Containment Liners for Ponds,
Landfills, & More
GEI Works Geomembrane Liners are impermeable membranes used widely as containment liners, pond liners, dumpster liners, construction liners, landfill liners, and more. Made in a variety of sizes from a wide range of material options, these liners are the perfect way to prevent liquids from causing contamination in your location. Liner materials have included Reinforced Polyethylene, LLDPE, Polypropylene, and XR-5 for the containment of hydrocarbons, wastewater, chemical based liquids, and more.
Secondary Containment Liner Applications
The Containment Liners shown here are made from several different fabric options to help with containment of almost any liquid. Containment liners are often deployed with geotextile or mesh underneath the liner to reinforce and protect the geomembrane. Common applications for geomembrane liners include:
- Pond Lining (industrial ponds, construction sites, koi or fish ponds)
- Landfill Lining (containment of waste and leachates)
- Lagoon or Canal Lining
- Stream Lining
- Industrial Location Lining
- Protection under Equipment
Secondary Containment Geomembrane Liner Variety
Contain spills before they happen. Some common fabrics we carry include:
- Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE)
- Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
- Polypropylene (PP)
These are available in various roll sizes and can be pre-fabricated and assembled where appropriate to suit your project. We do have a listing of international certified installers, which we could direct you to when considering your next field installation. We can provide support to ensure you receive the product that fits your specific application.
Additional Fabric Materials
We have a wide range specialty fabrics, such as activated carbon, or capping/clay filled fabrics as well as bituminous geomembrane, which is a layered product of glass and bitumen-impregnated, nonwoven geotextile.We can have custom systems fabricated to ensure your complete satisfaction. Our number one goal is ensuring you have the best product for your specific application.
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