HUATAO GROUP LTD
Model No.: GCL
Place of Origin: China
Certificate: ISO, CE, GB Standard, ASTM standard
Geosynthetic clay liner with PE Geomembrane are high performance needle punched environmental reinforced composites which combine two durable geotextile outer layers with a uniform core of natural sodium bentonite clay to form a hydraulic barrier. Fibers from the non-Woven Geotextile are needle punched through the layer of bentonite and incorporated into the other geotextile (either a woven or non-woven geotextile).when hydrated under a confining load, the bentonite swells to form a low permeability clay layer with the equivalent hydraulic protection of several feet of compacted clay.
Sodium bentonite granule consists of natural clay inorganic mineral materials processed with high expansion and high water absorption capacity, low permeability when wet performance, mainly for waterproofing.
1. GCL Weight: 300GSM -- 6000GSM
2. GCL Width: Max 6 meter
3. GCL Length: As request
4. GCL Type: With PE Geomembrane or Without
5. GCL Layer: First Layer - Woven Geotextile
Second Layer - expansion bentonite
Third Layer - Non Woven Geotextile
Fourth Layer - PE Geomembrane or Without
6. Loading: 20ft container, 40ft container
7. Free Samples, Fast Delivery Time
We can also supply other Geosynthetics Materials with superior quality,such as Geotextile Fabric, Fiberglass Geogrid,Geotextile Geocomposite,
HDPE Geocell ,HDPE Geogrid,Composite Geonet,Jacquard Carpet.
Geosynthetic clay liner with PE Geomembrane Property
Geosynthetic clay liner with PE Geomembrane compared with the compacted clay liner, it is small, light weight, good flexibility, good seal, shear strength, simple construction, differential settlement of the advantages of adaptation.
Geosynthetic clay liner mainly used in environmental engineering of landfill emissions, underground reservoirs, underground infrastructure constriction projects, sealing solution, segregation, anti-leakage, good effect, anti-destructive.
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