Petroleum Contractor

Layfield has been the premier supplier of secondary containment liners in Canada for many years. We have a complete range of secondary containment liner materials and support petroleum contractors in their efforts to install quality fuel systems across the country. Layfield has many unique lining materials including special liner for remote arctic installations, cold weather, heated petroleum tanks, temporary fuel storage, and soil remediation applications.

Our featured product for petroleum contractors is our HAZGARD 535 secondary containment liner. This material meets the requirements for a ULC tested liner material in the Canadian National Fire Code and is fully compliant with that standard. HZ 535 is used for most commercial fuel containments.

 

"Thanks a lot for getting that grid out on Saturday! Sorry for the trouble, but your effort is appreciated! It's why we deal with Layfield." Mick, Oilfield Remediation & Reclamation Services Company

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About Construction Products

Layfield Construction Products supplies geosynthetics and industrial fabrics products. We offer supply-only products for many different industries across North America and internationally. We are leaders in the supply of geosynthetics servicing large customers, moving over 800 truckloads a year. Layfield Construction Products is also one of the largest distributors of geotextiles, moving over 100 million square feet a year. We also specialize in the supply of polyethylene film and industrial fabrics products.

Latest News

Layfield Honored at the WCCC Owners Project Excellence Awards

April 8, 2019

We are pleased to announce that Layfield USA has received the prestigious honor of being awarded the Exceptional Project Award & the Innovative Project Award by the Western Council of Construction Consumers, in tandem with the LA Department of Water and Power.

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