The use of membranes in civil and environmental applications is becoming more widespread as there develops a greater understanding of the effects of contaminated ground conditions on structures and the environment.
Global Synthetics are able to offer a wide range of membranes that are compatible with the diverse range of applications and contaminants likely to be encountered.
ProLiner® geomembranes are supplied by Global Synthetics as High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE) and Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE). Global Synthetics are able to arrange either on-site or factory fabrication of these products to suit the application.
Global Synthetics are able to advise on the most appropriate product for each specific application.
Global Synthetics are able to offer a black/white geomembrane range that is particularly suitable when welding in hot climates. The black/white characteristic minimises the formation of wrinkles which has a detrimental effect on leakage rates, should the membrane be punctured.
For more information please refer to the Technical Downloads on the right.
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