HDPE Pond Liner is a type of geomembrane used to line ponds and other water features. It is made from a high–density polyethylene material, which is durable, puncture–resistant, and offers superior protection from the elements.
|Low temperature bending||
-35℃ No crack
80℃ No flow
0.8mm; 1mm; 2mm
HDPE Pond Liner is a waterproofing membrane used for a wide range of applications. It is a type of synthetic membrane liner or barrier used to control fluid or gas migration in a variety of applications. It is made from a variety of materials, including high–density polyethylene (HDPE), low–density polyethylene (LDPE), and other polymers. Geomembranes are used in a variety of applications such as water containment, landfill liners, pond liners, canal liners, and many more.
HDPE pond liner is a flexible, waterproof membrane used in the construction of ponds and other water features. It is a durable and long–lasting material that is resistant to chemicals, ultraviolet light, and other environmental factors. HDPE pond liners are strong and lightweight, making them easy to install. They are also resistant to punctures, tears, and other damage, making them a cost–effective and durable solution. Some of the features of HDPE pond liners include resistance to UV light, chemical & biological resistance, high strength & flexibility, low thermal conductivity, and resistance to punctures & tears.
Application: Widely used in water containment, landfill liners, pond liners, canal liners, etc.
To apply a pond liner, start by measuring the area where the pond will be installed and cut the liner to fit.
Place the liner in the area and press it into the ground, making sure that it is even and smooth, and clear of tree stamps, plants, and sharp stones.
Then, attach the liner to the pond‘s sides using adhesive or plastic anchors, and spread it out evenly
Welding liners into one piece by using a hot air gun.
Check for any possible leakages.
Fill the pond with water until it reaches the desired level.
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