The use of geomembranes 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 geomembranes that are compatible with the diverse range of applications and contaminants likely to be encountered.
We are excited to bring you a new offering in the geomembrane market, our latest product ProLiner® SuperFlex™.
ProLiner® SuperFlex™ geomembranes have a generalised use in lining of containment structures such as dams, channels, leachate ponds, waste cells and a broad spectrum of waterproofing. The customised SuperFlex™ resin formulation exhibits high flexibility & ductility, also making it suitable for detailed & irregular surfaces such as tank lining and storm water culvert wrapping. Thus SuperFlex™ is also supple enough to be factory ‘prefabricated’ & folded/rolled osite in large panels, enabling cost effective transport & rapid deployment without the need to mobilise excess equipment & crew to site. SuperFlex™ is easily welded & does not suffer from the high temperature ‘adhesion’ phenomenon which is common with poorly formulated flexible liners.
Available in the following thicknesses:
For more information on this product please contact your local Global Synthetics Representative.
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