Reinforced Polypropylene (RPP) Liner Material
Reinforced Polypropylene (RPP) is considered as one of the longest lasting geomembrane liners available.
Reinforced Polypropylene’s excellent coating allows for unprecedented u.v & weathering resistance. Although 45 mil Reinforced Polypropylene comes with an industry leading 20 year u.v. & weathering warranty, in many applications it will last even longer.
36 mil Reinforced Polypropylene comes with a 15 year warranty.
Reinforced Polypropylene’s excellent impermeability and high chemical resistance makes it an excellent choice for high priority containment applications such as municipal waste treatment plants.
When describing Reinforced Polypropylene it is important to note that not all reinforced polypropylene are created equal. Western Environmental Liner only offers the highest quality reinforced polypropylene on the market today.
Reinforced Polypropylene is offered in a light tan color which melds well with most pond sub bases.
Western Environment Liner can weld large panels of RPP allowing for many containment liner jobs to be accomplished with a one piece liner. If several panels are needed Western Environmental Liner offers turnkey installation.
Some of the applications that RPP are used for are shown in the grid below.
Please contact Western Environmental Liner to learn more about Reinforced Polypropylene and other liner options available.
- RPP 36 mil Black
- RPP 45 mil Black & Tan/Black
- 15-20 years exposed depending on 36 mil RPP product type.
- 20 years exposed
- Waste Water Treatment Plants, Evaporation Ponds, Fresh Water ponds, Retention Pond Liners, Nursery Pond Liners, Reservoirs. Temporary oil pit liners, lagoon liners.
- Waste Water Treatment Plants, Evaporation Ponds, Fresh Water ponds, Retention Ponds, Nursery Liners, Reservoirs. Temporary oil pit liners, lagoon liners.
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