45 mil Secondary Containment Liner
45 Mil Geomembrane Liner
Question: I am looking for a 45 mil secondary containment liner for tank containment. I need something that catch potential leaks from my holding tanks. Do you have this type of liner? What sizes are available?
Answer: Thank you for contacting us! For containment under tanks and other equipment, the
45 mil Geomembrane Liner is the perfect choice. This liner offers a high chemical and puncture resistance for storing large or heavy items on the top of this containment liner. This liner is available in a wide range of sizes and is often quoted based on your specific requirements.
Containment Liner Features
The features found on this 45 mil liner are designed to provide protection and containment in locations such as under tanks, vehicles, machinery, and even in landfills. This specific fabric is often used as secondary containment for materials such as fuel, fertilizers, and oil.
- Thickness: 45 mil
- Tongue Tear: 135 x 135 lbs.
- Grab Tensile: 500 x 450 lbs.
- Hydrostatic Resistance: 600 psi
- Puncture Resistance: 600 lbs.
- Low Temperature Maximum: -30° F
- Dimensional Stability: 2%
This type of thickness is perfect for under tanks and often used as a durable, tough, and highly resistant material. When using this type of liner, many customers find the the unit easy to install and flexible in its ability to be repaired.
Additional Containment Options
In addition to this 45 mil secondary containment liner, we also offer several additional items for secondary containment under tanks, vehicles, and machinery. Options you could consider include:
Containment Berms: Similar to a liner, a containment berm is designed for placement under tanks and vehicles to catch potential leaks and spills. Unlike liners, however, berms are built with containment walls that form a complete barrier around your storage item. These walls are often constructed from aluminum angles, air, or foam.
Secondary containment berms are similarly made from highly resistant materials including PVC, Urethane, and more. These fabrics can be made in required thicknesses and are often used for containment of potentially harmful liquids such as chemicals, oil, and some hydrocarbons.
Learn more about Secondary Spill Berms