Atlas Secondary Containment Liner

Secondary Containment for Construction Sites & Facilities

Secondary liners can be manufactured for successful placement under tanks, machinery, storage vessels, dumpsters, and various other hazardous materials. Liners are constructed specifically to meet the demands of your location and may include flexible materials such as LLDPE, Elvaloy, and Polyurethane Fabrics. Containment Liners have also been frequently used in waste or hazardous liquid areas to contain liquids and prevent unwanted materials from leaking into the ground.

Standard Featurescontainment liner

  • Built to your Specific Requirements
  • Flexible Fabric Materials:
    • LLDPE
    • Polyurthane
    • Dupont's Elvaloy®
    • Seaman's XR-5 (or equivalent)
  • Reliable, High Strength Fabrics
  • High Chemical Resistances

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Containment Liners: Flexible containment secondary liners are part of our flexible line of industrial fabrics equipped to store, protect and contain liquids. Liners have been used in anything from lagoon lining to temporary facility drip protection. With a high multitude of fabrics and thicknesses, these liners can be used for almost any containment requirement.

Applicationscontainment liners

  • Secondary Containment
  • Facility & Site Storage
  • Lagoon Liners
  • Industrial Pond Liners
  • Hazardous Containment Liners
  • Frac Pit, Site or Tank Liners

Atlas Containment Liner Typical Specifications

Liner Fabrics Fabrics include LLDPE, Polyurethanes, Polypropylene, and Drinking Water Fabrics (including Elvaloy, XR-5, and similar materials)
Typically 24 mil, 30 mil or 45 mil
Dimensions Built to meet the specifications and requirements of your location.

Liner Applications

All of our industrial liners are equipped with flexibility that allows them to be easily molded to the shape and area of your locations. Liners have been designed to fit under industrial equipment, molded to fit large production ponds, storm water collection ponds, lagoons and even used as temporary leak containment. In order to match your requirements, liners are often designed with boots to fit around penetrations and pipes located within the lake or pond.

In order to provide you with the best available liner option, there are several conditions we would need to take into consideration including drainage requirements, required lifespan, and exposure to the sun. Depending on your location, underlayment or overlayment may be required to help with durability or drainage requirements.

Questions? We can help! Call our team at +1-772-646-0597 or fill out our quote request form to discuss your requirements.