Flexible Containment Liners
Liners for Tanks, Cisterns, Ponds and Secondary Containment
Flexible Containment Liners are an easy way to protect sites and contain liquids. Whether you are storing liquid in tanks, ponds, lakes, or cisterns, these liners can successfully contain liquids and protect sites in the event of a leak. Liners are made from a range of high strength fabrics including PVC, Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Elvaloy, Polyurethane and LLDPE.
Tank and Cistern Liners
Tank and Cistern Liners are an excellent addition to any cistern tanks. Rather than having to service, recoat, or replace older tanks, liners can add a primary layer of protection and built-in leak prevention to any storage unit.
Tank Liner Uses:
- Steel Tanks
- Cistern Tanks
- Concrete Storage Tanks
- Wooden Tanks
- Corrugated Tanks
Tank Liner Installation: For most tanks, liner installation involves a process of securing the liner to the top portion of the tank. This can be done via battening and gaskets along the top edge of the fabric material. Learn more about installation options through our online guide: Cistern Liner Installation
Primary Pond and Lagoon Liners
Primary Liners are typically used in the stabilization of ponds, lakes, collection pits and even lagoons. Great for either garden ponds or industrial storage pits, these liners provide a safe layer of support and containment to any storage area. If required, liners can be safe for aquatic life to meet the needs of your location.
- Stormwater Collection Ponds
- Golf Course Ponds
Primary Liner Installation: Installation for a primary liner can vary depending on the dimensions, construction and shape of your pond. For most small ponds, installation is achieved by securing the outer portions of the liner under rock or surrounding soil. This helps to keep the liner in place without requiring large installation requirements. For concrete ponds, installation can involve methods similar to the battening on cistern tanks.
Secondary Containment Liners
Secondary Liners are primarily used in locations storing fuel, hydrocarbons, chemicals, waste water or other hazardous materials. Their robust and high quality fabrics have made them the perfect solution for containing spills, leaks or drips that exit the tank. Having a proper secondary containment liner has helped to keep sites in compliance and prevent unwanted contamination in your location.
- Tank Farms
- Deicing or Decontamination Areas
- Fuel Storage Tanks
- Fracking Sites
- Mining Locations
- Under Pillow Tanks, Plastic Tanks or Steel Tanks
For smaller areas, Spill Containment Berms are also available to provide an effective containment and storage location. Unlike a standard liner, spill berms will include the use of built-in walls. Walls will be placed along the entire perimeter to successfully store liquids during a spill.
Not sure which option is best for your location? Give us a call at +1-772-646-0597 to discuss your storage and containment requirements.