- High Density Polyethylene Geomembrane (HDPE )



HDPE (high-density polyethylene) is the most chemically resistant member of the polyethylene family on account of its dense configuration (>0.94 g/cm3). Nowadays, it is the most commonly used membrane for containment structures in various applications. It offers great ultraviolet protection and ageing resistance from the intense stresses of weather. Although less flexible than its LLDPE counterpart, it still offers great elongation properties allowing up to 12% deformation at its yield point. Manufactured with premium resins following a rigorous QA/QC program and installed by certified technicians, the 400 SERIES delivers low permeability.

What is polyethylene?

Polyethylene is a long-chain hydrocarbon thermoplastic material obtained through the polymerization of ethylene. Polyethylene geomembranes were developed exclusively to reduce the hydraulic conductivity of earthworks and are part of one of the most sophisticated and effective impervious systems known to date. They are also very reliable in exposed environments due to their excellent resistance to brittleness in low temperatures and superior protection against UV degradation

LENGTH – FORMAT Rolls of 6.8m – 8.0m wide
THICKNESS Varying between 0.5mm – 2.5mm

  • Smooth
  • Single sided textured
  • Textured
  • RT
  • XRT


  • Reflective
  • Colored (Black, Green, Other)
  • Conductive

CERTIFICATION Gai-Lap approved, CE, Gost

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