Geomembrane liners are impermeable membrane liners or barriers that can be used in a variety of primary and secondary containment applications. They have a wide range of physical, mechanical, and chemical resistance properties to ensure the highest quality performance no matter what the project. Geomembrane liners are important for projects in the environmental, mining, oil and gas, and waste transportation industries. Geomembrane liners provide a reliable, cost-effective solution for all your sealing needs.

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Common Applications for Geomembrane Liners

Secondary containment

Geomembrane linings are most commonly used for primary and secondary sealing hazardous materials. Certain types of facilities, such as oil refineries and airports, require a secondary containment plan to contain fuel, oil, sludge, and other chemicals. Special geomembrane liners provide a perfect solution by preventing pollutants from overflowing or leaking into the soil and groundwater. These linings can be manufactured and installed to create large sealed areas for underground storage tanks, above-ground storage tanks, and portable chemical storage containers.

When choosing a geomembrane lining, it is important to choose a material that is strong enough to provide long-term containment against ultraviolet radiation, extreme weather conditions, and thermal expansion and contraction. It must be durable and thick enough to resist punctures or tears and the pressure of the main storage container. The most important thing is that after long-term exposure to toxic, flammable, combustible, or corrosive fuels or chemicals that may contain, the lining must not react or deteriorate.


In order to protect our environment, landfills need the strongest protection possible to ensure that no waste leaks will contaminate the groundwater below them. Geomembrane liners can make landfills more efficient and environmentally friendly in many ways. They can be used to line primary and secondary solid waste landfills. Geomembrane liners can be used as an alternative daily mulch instead of covering the landfill with soil every day. This is necessary to prevent odors, vectors, fires, littering, and removal of the garbage. Geomembrane liners can also be used to divert rainwater from landfills.

Highways and highways

The use of geomembrane liners on roads and highways has some environmental benefits. They can be used as a waterproof barrier under the asphalt pavement. The geomembrane liner can also prevent pollution caused by the salt used for road deicing in winter.

Vapor barrier

Geomembrane liners can also play an important role in construction. When moisture penetrates into the walls, ceilings, or foundations of buildings, it can cause and develop severe structural damage over time. The geomembrane liner acts as a barrier to prevent water from penetrating into the walls and foundations of the building. In turn, this prevents the growth of mold, mildew, and fungi. These geomembrane liners can also prevent hazardous chemicals from leaking into the soil or groundwater below the foundation of the building. This is not only a very environmentally friendly solution but also saves future building maintenance costs.

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Supplier of high-quality geomembrane lining provides customized geomembrane liners of the highest quality. We offer various types of geomembrane linings, which are manufactured to meet the specific needs of your project, including:

  1. LLDPE-Linear Low-Density Polyethylene
  2. HDPE-High Density Polyethylene
  3. GCL-Geotextile Clay Liner
  4. PVC-polyvinyl chloride
  5. Suntech PVC-Polyvinyl Chloride
  6. Woven coating reinforced polyethylene – RPE
  7. DURA-SKRIM® Rope Reinforced Polyethylene – RPE
  8. Polypropylene-PP reinforced and unreinforced
  9. Absolute Barrier™
  10. Seaman XR-5™-Ethylene Polymer Internally
  11. Ultratech liner
  13. Steam Block®

From solid and liquid waste containment to vapor barriers, we will work with you every step of the way to find the perfect solution for your containment needs. If you are interested in knowing more about the geomembrane liners we can provide for your next project, please contact us immediately to get started!


[1] Composite Geotextiles– Baidu

[2] Geocomposite – Wiki