Layfield's EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer) is one of the most durable lining materials available today.


    • Exceptionally flexible rubber material
    • Excellent UV life and cold temp performance
    • Suitable for fish ponds and tanks
    • Comes in a variety of prefabricated roll sizes


    • EPDM is most commonly used in decorative ponds
    • Ponds for landscaping, golf courses, and water features
    • Water and wastewater ponds
    • Makes a unique cover for biogas tanks
    EPDM Specifications

Product Description

Layfield's EPDM offers many advantages as a water containment liner. EPDM is an inexpensive alternative to traditional polymer geomembrane systems. EPDM is an elastomeric rubber, which is a thermoset, meaning it can not be melted for traditional heat welding operations. Any seams that are required are made using an adhesive or tape system. Complete seaming supplies and instructions are available from Layfield. Field seams are minimized by the wide range of roll widths that are available (5' to 50'). 45 mil (1.125 mm) EPDM is generally used in most applications, but a 60 mil (1.5 mm) thick version is also available. EPDM is highly flexible and supple, making it ideal for conforming to landscape pond formations such as steps or waterfalls. EPDM is highly resistant to UV light and other weathering elements, and a 20 year exposed service warranty is available from the manufacturer.


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