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The Unknown Interesting Facts Regarding Irrigation Canal Lining

Sasha RohdeSeptember 19, 2016Uncategorized

Seepage is one of the factors that can lead to approximately 30 to 40 percent of irrigation water loss in canals. Applying the right irrigation canal lining should help greatly minimize the impact of seepage. The canal lining is the impermeable layer applied at the sides and at the bed of the canal to boost Read More

Lake Liners: Think Big When Planning Water Features

Sasha RohdeSeptember 6, 2016Uncategorized

Water containment can be challenging when it comes to a body of water that is several acres in size such as lakes. For this reason, there are specially crafted lake liners that can help prevent water loss. High-quality liners can be an efficient and cost-effective way to preserve and contain water in your lake. These Read More

Getting The Best Pond Liner Installation Instructions Online

Sasha RohdeAugust 22, 2016Uncategorized

Installing a pond liner is a cost-effective way to prevent water loss in the long run. High-quality pond liners that are made of reinforced polyethylene and other durable materials can last for more than 20 years even when constantly exposed to UV rays—and their longevity is even better when they are buried. Proper installation is Read More

Useful Tips to Install Geotextile Liner

Sasha RohdeAugust 15, 2016Uncategorized

Geotextile liners are permeable fabrics that can filter, separate, drain, reinforce, or protect the soil. They are usually made from high-quality material, like polypropylene or polyester, and they are used for many different applications, including the lining of canals, ditches, and ponds to prevent the primary liner from being punctured by rocks or other sharp Read More

Three Easy Ways to Make Ditch Lining More Efficient

Sasha RohdeAugust 9, 2016Uncategorized

A ditch can be an efficient and versatile system for drainage, or it can be used to aid farmers with irrigation to grow crops. Like canals, ditches must be lined to minimize soil erosion, deter weed growth on the sides, and prevent dirt from destroying and causing the structure to crumble over time. Ditch liners Read More

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