Top Five Site Solutions by Geomembranes

Posted by Felon Wilson on Jul 28, 2022 8:55:57 AM

When the proper geomembrane installation is used and operated correctly on an engineered project, it can be a cost-effective way to create a sound fluid barrier. While any construction project will have variables that make it unique and each site/application will have its own set of complexities, geomembrane solutions can be readily optimized for the need.

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Essential Geomembrane Properties to Protect EPS Geofoam

Posted by Felon Wilson on Jul 13, 2022 1:12:24 PM

What geomembrane properties are most important to protect EPS Geofoam?

Part 2: Essential Geomembrane Properties to Protect Geofoam

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Geomembranes Help Drive Architectural and Engineering Optimism for 2022 Markets

Posted by Felon Wilson on Jun 23, 2022 9:05:17 AM

In early 2022, we published a blog summarizing the predicted outlook for the architectural, engineering and construction industry (AEC) for 2022. It was based on an ASCE article also published early in the year. There were several factors indicating improvement over the previous year and momentum toward pre-pandemic business levels.

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What Are Geomembranes and Are They Impermeable?

Posted by Felon Wilson on Nov 27, 2019 8:30:00 AM

Principal and Materials Scientist/Engineer Dr. Ian D. Peggs has been working with polymers and composites in the field and laboratory for over 25 years, and in his “Geomembrane Liner Durability: Contributing Factors and the Status Quo” paper, he states that nothing is absolutely impermeable.

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3 Common Geomembrane Failure Mechanisms

Posted by XR Geomembranes on Oct 17, 2019 2:38:00 PM

Geomembranes can fail for a variety of reasons. A failure in a geomembrane can result in serious damage to the surrounding environment and ecosystem. In order to help keep your geomembrane performing at its best, here are three common geomembrane failure mechanisms to keep in mind.

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Why the 3 Largest Naval Fuel Depots Use Geomembranes for Oil Containment

Posted by Felon Wilson on Sep 12, 2019 3:21:00 PM

The three largest Naval Fuel Depots in the world rely on a flexible geomembrane for secondary oil containment for fuel storage. Secondary containment is provided both under the floors of the tanks and lining the fuel spill containment berms.

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