High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)

High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) is the most common field fabricated geomembrane material from reservoirs and lagoons to municipal water ponds.

    Features

    • Durable, UV stable material
    • Supplied in 22.5 ft (6.86m) wide rolls
    • Excellent chemical resistance
    • White surface available by special order
    • Conductive layer available by special order

    Applications

    • Excellent long term exposed lining material
    • Landfill liners
    • Heap leach and mine ponds
    • All water containment applications
    High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Specifications

Product Description

High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) popularity is primarily due to its low initial material cost and excellent UV & chemical resistance. This allows thicker sections of HDPE to be used in exposed applications where the cost of other materials may be prohibitive. 

HDPE is a versatile material that is used widely across many applications. One of the primary uses of HDPE is as a liner at the base of landfills, where its chemical resistance is put to use. HDPE applications also include pond linings and water containment projects.

HDPE is a field assembled lining material that cannot be practically fabricated in the shop. Therefore, all HDPE projects, regardless of size, must be installed by trained installers. 

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