With over 30 years of proven use in Alaska, XR-5 is a known and reliable liner for use in the region’s extreme cold.
XR-5 was chosen as the primary and secondary containment liners for a state-of-the-art zinc and diversified metals production facility for its chemical resistance to sulfuric acid, kerosene, and weak hydrochloric acid.
XR-3, based on XR technology utilizing EIA (Ethylene Interpolymer Alloy), was chosen to reline a 7.5 acre wastewater pond for its long-term performance in wastewater facilities.
Major tank training and readiness facility chooses XR-5 to line the holding pond at their vehicle wash facility.
City of North Augusta chooses XR-3 PW for potable water needs.
The Cypress Copperstone Mine on the California-Arizona border uses XR-5 geomembranes for their mining needs.
Sante Fe Pacific Gold uses over 1 million square feet of XR-5 to minimize heat build-up for employees.
A 90' diameter vertical gasoline storage tank was lined with Seaman Corporation Polyurethane, a liner that is resistant to gasoline.
The largest floating cover in the world is made of the XR-5® geomembrane.
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