ACELiner™

Drainage and Lining

ACELiner™- Geocomposite of two-three layers of woven and nonwoven geotextiles enclosed to sodium bentonite

Geosynthetic clay liner with extremely low permeability and self-healing capacity to prevent oozing of water, leachate or other liquids

Low permeability, self-healing capacity and chemical resistance

Applicable to barrier and containment structures

About


Geosynthetic Clay Liners Consisting of Two or Three Layers of Geosynthetics Enclosing a Layer of Sodium Bentonite ――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
ACELiner™ Geosynthetic Clay Liners (GCLs) are hydraulic barriers consisting of three or four layers of materials. The three-layer product consists of a layer of nonwoven geotextile, a layer of woven geotextile and a core layer of natural or processed sodium bentonite. The four-layer product has an extra layer of geomembrane in comparison to the three-layer product. ACELiner™ geosynthetic clay liners have extremely low permeability and excellent self-healing capacity to prevent oozing of water, leachate or other liquids. ACELiner™ geosynthetic clay liners can be used for both barrier and containment requirements, such as landfill liners and caps, channel liners and artificial ponds, etc.

Function

Barrier

Features

 Excellent self-healing capacity
 Low permeability
 High flexibility and deformability
 Outstanding chemical resistance

Applications

Environmental Protection

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