Secondary Containment Liner
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Industrial Liners, Pond Liners, Lagoon Liners, Containment Liners and More
Secondary Containment Liners are a reliable choice for any location dealing with spill control, temporary containment, or long term liquid storage. Frequently used in frac pits, landfills, dump trucks, hazardous waste storage areas, ponds, lagoons, and job sites, these liners can add protection wherever it's needed most. Standard fabric options include RPE (reinforced polyethylene), LLDPE, Polyethylene, and Polypropylene.
Polypropylene & Polyethylene Liners
Hazardous Waste Liners
XR-5 (or Equivalent) Liners
Primary & Secondary Industrial Containment Liners
Primary and Secondary Containment Liners are available in a range of fabrics to accommodate different liquids and storage requirements.
- Reinforced Polyethylene (RPE)
- Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE)
- Polypropylene (PP)
- XR-5 (or Equivalent)
- Coolguard HR Elvaloy®
- LLDPE/HDPE Blends
While RPE and LLDPE are some of our fabric options, heavier fabrics may be required for locations dealing with high levels of hydrocarbons or other demanding liquids. Typical liners will range anywhere from 3 to 60 mil in size.
Pond and Liquid Containment Liners
One of the most commonly used fabrics for ponds and pits is the RPE (reinforced polyethylene) liner. Made in 12, 20, or 24 mil options, these liners are heavy duty, high in chemical resistance, and flexible to fit almost any area including the following:
- Pond Liners
- Industrial Waste Containment
- Dumpster Liners
- Landfill Liners
- Fuel Containment Liners
- Lagoon Liners
- Frac Pit Liners
- Industrial Site Liners
- Canal Liners
- Construction Site Liners
Most RPE Liners are designed as a flat liner that allows them to be quickly installed in newly developed ponds.
Benefits and Uses
Regardless of your application, these liners are successfully able to accommodate any of the following liquids:
- Waste Water
- Process Water
- Unfiltered Sediment Water
- Chemical Based Liquids
To check out how some of these materials match up against each other, please feel free to check out our Secondary Containment Liner Comparison Chart.