Brentwood StormTank Pack

The Brentwood StormTank Pack is designed to provide an alternative for non-load bearing applications

    Features

    • 95 % void space.
    • No assembly required.
    • Flexibility to be cut to any length.
    • Unique design prevents debris from entering the system.
    • Dedicated glue joints ensure precise and complete bonds for enhanced structural integrity.

Product Description

The StormTank Pack is the light-duty solution for subsurface stormwater management. It's commonly utilized in areas such as parks, plazas and backyards because it is a very cost-effective alternative for non-load-bearing applications. This solution is designed for optimal infiltration and integration in bio-retention and rainwater harvesting applications.

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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.

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Layfield Presents Technical Paper at the Geosynthetics Conference

February 12, 2019

Layfield Geosynthetics, a leader in geomembranes and environmental containment solutions was chosen to present a technical paper on the "Long-term Performance of HDPE Geomembranes Exposed to a High Temperature Brine Solution" at the Geosynthetics Conference this February in Houston, Texas.

 

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