1. LDPE GeomembraneThe LDPE geomembrane is an impermeable insulation product made from LDPE, LLDPE and EVA through blow molding process. As a geotechnical engineering material, it has the following features
    1. LLDPE GeomembraneThe LLDPE geomembrane is an impermeable membrane made from PE-LLD by blow molding process. In addition to sharing all the characteristics of ordinary LDPE geomembrane, it also has the following advantages
    1. HDPE Smooth Geomembrane

      This geomembrane liner can adapt to a variety of adverse geological and climatic conditions, particularly suitable for projects on unevenly settled geological areas.

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    1. HDPE Textured GeomembraneThe HDPE textured geomembrane is uniformly textured on one side or both sides. Since the polyethylene geomembrane has a large surface friction coefficient, it is prominent with excellent anti-skid function.
    1. Non-slip HDPE Textured GeomembraneIn addition to excellent chemical stability, mechanical properties, stress resistance, dimensional stability and aging resistance, the polyethylene geomembrane also has beautiful appearance, large friction coefficient, and anti-slip feature.
    1. Waterproof EVA/ECB/PE GeomembraneMade from virgin resin by extrusion process, the waterproof EVA/ECB/PE geomembrane has waterproof, impervious functionality. As an ideal geotechnical waterproof sheet, the membrane liner shows its excellence in
    1. Waterproof CPE GeomembraneMade from special polymer chlorinated polyethylene(CPE), the waterproof CPE geomembrane is a professional waterproof coil for bridges of high-speed rails. It is a new type of high-end waterproof material targeted on the concrete bridge deck.
    1. Fire Retardant EVA/ECB/PE GeomembraneThe fire retardant EVA/ECB/PE geomembrane is made from virgin resin and flame retardant additives through extrusion process. In addition to waterproof and impermeable functionalities, it is also excellent in fireproof performance.

A geomembrane is a synthetic membrane liner or barrier with very low permeability. It can be used with any geotechnical engineering material to control fluid or gas migration in a wide range of construction and civil engineering applications.

Geomembranes are usually made from relatively thin continuous polymeric sheets. But they can also be made from the impregnation of geotextiles with asphalt, elastomer or polymer sprays, or as multilayered bitumen geocomposites. They are outstanding in resistance to water and aging.