Large Pond Liners
Commercial and Industrial Pond Liners
Pond Liners are a common choice for any location where a man-made pond, lake, lagoon or storage pit is being formed. Often used for the storage of industrial liquids, these liners form a stable layer along the walls and floor of your pond. This helps to maintain the structure of your pond, prevent erosion, and/or prevent unwanted chemicals from seeping into the ground. These large liners have been used in industrial water storage, bulk storage pits, lagoons, lakes, large fresh water ponds, golf course ponds and other commercial areas with new ponds.
Standard Liner Features:
- Flexible Fabrics
- Dupont's Elvaloy®
- XR-5 (or Equivalent)
- Multiple Fabric Options for Different Compatibility Requirements
- Sized Based on your Location
- High UV and Chemical Resistances
- Drinking Water Fabrics Available
Large Pond Liners
Due to the varying shapes and sizes of these areas, a lot of our pond liners are offered in flexible fabric materials. When compared to a rigid material, flexible fabrics can be easier to work with and are more adaptable to curves, slopes or unique shapes. This helps to provide a stabilization shape that exactly matches the contours of your pond.
- Industrial Ponds
- Waste Water Ponds
- Bulk Water Storage Areas
- Runoff Storage Ponds
- Storage Pits
Pond Liners Typical Specifications
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Flexible Materials including:
Polyethylene or Polypropylene Liners are also available upon request
Length (ft.) = Longest Pond Length + (2 x Depth) + 2
Width (ft.) = Longest Pond Width + (2 x Depth) + 2
Liners can also include added boots or fabric to fit around inlets, pipes, pumps or other protrusions.
Pond Liner Variety
Our large pond liner variety is designed to effectively line slopes, banks and pond interiors to keep liquids in their place, especially in man-made locations. Available liners include several different fabric options to accommodate large volumes, chemicals, bio-gas, and other liquid storage requirements. If needed, liners can also be made with NSF 61 and FDA approved materials that can safely come in contact with drinking water.
Use of large pond liners has served several purposes, including the containment of potentially harmful liquids, erosion prevention, and stabilization of a pond area.
Choosing a Liner
Determining the right liner for your location requires consideration of several factors including penetrations, chemical compatibility, exposure to the sun, temperature ranges and site conditions. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or requirements you may have for your specification location.