Smooth HDPE Liner

HDPE is extremely popular in lining applications requiring low permeability and high strength/density ratio. Polyfabrics’ HDPE Liners are most commonly used in lining of channels, small dams and other containment structures.

Description

Due to its excellent chemical resistance and low material cost, HDPE is extremely popular in lining applications requiring low permeability and high strength/density ratio. HDPE Liners are becoming more widely used as the implications of contaminated soil conditions on structures and the general environment. Polyfabrics’ HDPE Liners are most commonly used in lining of channels, small dams and other containment structures.

HDPE is known for its large strength to density ratio. The density of HDPE can range from 930 to 970 kg/m3. Although the density of HDPE is only marginally higher than that of low-density polyethylene, HDPE has little branching, giving it stronger intermolecular forces and tensile strength than LDPE. The difference in strength exceeds the difference in density, giving HDPE a higher specific strength. It is also harder and more opaque and can withstand somewhat higher temperatures (120°C/ 248°F for short periods).

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Applications

  • Channels, Ponds, Lakes
  • Containment Areas
  • Landfill Liner & Caps
  • Golf Course Ponds
  • Irrigation Reservoirs
  • Waste Water Treatment

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Description

Due to its excellent chemical resistance and low material cost, HDPE is extremely popular in lining applications requiring low permeability and high strength/density ratio. HDPE Liners are becoming more widely used as the implications of contaminated soil conditions on structures and the general environment. Polyfabrics’ HDPE Liners are most commonly used in lining of channels, small dams and other containment structures.

HDPE is known for its large strength to density ratio. The density of HDPE can range from 930 to 970 kg/m3. Although the density of HDPE is only marginally higher than that of low-density polyethylene, HDPE has little branching, giving it stronger intermolecular forces and tensile strength than LDPE. The difference in strength exceeds the difference in density, giving HDPE a higher specific strength. It is also harder and more opaque and can withstand somewhat higher temperatures (120°C/ 248°F for short periods).

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Raymond Chow has been involved with the geosynthetics industry for over 15 years. Graduating with a First Class Honours degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Sydney, Raymond specializes in retaining wall designs, soft ground improvement, channel and slope protection, and on-site storm water management.

Raymond has been on various technical committees addressing geosynthetics, including testing, specification and durability issues.

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