When used in the construction of collection basins, Carbofol® high-density polyethylene (HDPE) geomembranes effectively protect groundwater and soil resources from pollution by potentially harmful contaminants.
With a minimum thickness of 1.5 mm, Carbofol® HDPE geomembranes fulfil a wide range of chemical resistance as well as physical durability requirements. In addition to their long-term chemical resistance, Carbofol® HDPE geomembranes have long-term UV resistance and are resistant to rodents as well as root growth when manufactured with a minimum thickness of 1.0 mm.
By virtue of Carbofol’s® high flexibility, more complicated connections are feasible without sacrificing quality or performance. Due to their advantageous melt index properties, Carbofol® geomembranes can be welded under a wider range of conditions, producing gas and watertight overlaps.
Quality control tests are conducted continuously on every project in addition to the standard manufacturing quality control practices.