Geomembrane


High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)


High density polyethylene, or HDPE material is poly ethylene with high density. The density of the material must be at least 0.950 grams per cubic centimeter and the melt flow rate of the molten material. As grams per 10 minutes.

Nowadays, Geomembrane that most widely used to deal with waste is HDPE. The Poly Ethylene HDPE high density can be used with better durability and highest safety standards in all Geomembrane.



Features and Benefits


HDPE Geomembrane, produced by using a flat iron which controlled by a computer system and the material is Poly Ethylene pure quality with high molecular weight. This process is guaranteed thickness tolerance not more than 10% of the set, which is considered as a stringent quality control in the industry by the average thickness of the HDPE.



Chemical Resistance


The chemical resistance of the Liner is the most important goal. HD PE is resistant to chemical compounds that have the best of all Geomembrane.



Low Penetration


HDPE has low penetration. Therefore, water cannot penetrate through the Liner and methane gas cannot evaporate out of the cooling gas system. Resistance to ultraviolet radiation

HDPE can withstand the damage caused by radiation Ultraviolet by the addition of carbon black which prevents ultraviolet radiation and without the use of Plasticizer in Geomembrane. Therefore, it can be ensuring that no evaporation of Plasticizer due to ultraviolet radiation.