The XR® Geomembranes’ lunch and learn program demonstrates how our products are used and how they fit into your engineering projects.
The XR-5 Geomembrane is used where UV, low thermal expansion and contraction, high-strength and extreme chemical resistance are important requirements.LEARN MORE
The XR-3 Geomembrane is a lighter-duty alternative with moderate chemical resistance. Ideally suited for municipal wastewater and stormwater runoff.LEARN MORE
Potable Water Solutions Geomembrane: Used where UV, low thermal expansion and contraction, high-strength and NSF-61 approval for drinking water.LEARN MORE
For geomembrane applications requiring superior flexibility and strength in the coldest climates.
For above-ground tank bottom liners and pillow tanks for containment and storage of harsh chemicals.LEARN MORE
For resistance to harsh chemicals, extreme weather, abrasions and punctures.
If you're working on a project or application, or have questions you would like to discuss about the different types of geomembranes, let us know. We're happy to help.
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