Athletic fields are not merely used for gaming events, sports, and other community or institutional events. Having the right field lining equipment can make your athletic field a sustainable source of water with its own storm water recapture system. Modern technology has enabled athletic fields Read More
A geomembrane is considered a very low permeability (low leakage rate) liner made out of synthetic (man made) material. Usually the phrase geomembrane liner is used by engineers or people who have had experience with liners. They are often more technically savvy when it comes to the physical characteristics of a liner so that they Read More
Most of the strongest and cost effective geomembrane liner materials are welded together in a Factory. The liner materials generally come in 12’ or less. These sizes will not allow for larger size ponds or other containments to be lined without the assistance of a factory. These materials are meant to be melted using specially Read More
Trying to decide how to prevent a pond or lake from leaking can be a daunting process. When it comes to geomembrane liners there are many choices to consider. Type of liner material, thickness, reinforced, unreinforced, among other physical characteristics you may not understand. Why not just choose clay and be done with it? There Read More
As Budgets Tighten Geomembrane Containment Liners Are Increasingly Being Utilized Over More Costly Alternatives.
Although containment options such as concrete and coatings can be a good choice when money is no object, often this isn’t the case. Increasingly due to budget constraints the amount of area that is lined is based on the cost of the materials used.With budgets tight, more companies and government entities are doing what they Read More