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.
The Low Density Polyethylene product is supplied in a folded configuration for ease of fabrication.
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 further information please refer to the technical document located on the right.
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