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News and articles about products used for the containment of water and the use of flexible rubber liners for many environmentally enhancing projects.
By host on Monday, June 24, 2013
An 18 hole golf course requires an average of 2000 gallons per minute of water. Climate change has had a negative impact on golf courses which rely on daily irrigation. Therefore, there is added pressure for them to be well managed to maintain the greens in good playing conditions while also reducing water usage. One possible solution is the strategic positioning of water storage lakes lined with a lake liner to guarantee its ability to contain water.
By host on Friday, June 21, 2013
Golf courses have long been challenged to reduce their water consumption in order to keep their greens in immaculate condition. Ensuring that there are sufficient storage facilities for harvesting water is a simple way to store water for irrigation. Building lakes lined with a rubber lake liner material is a great resource to golf clubs as it serves the purpose of aesthetics, a challenging hazard, drainage and for irrigation. 
By host on Friday, June 14, 2013
Basically, where a rubber liner has been installed for any type of water containment such as lakes, reservoirs or potable water storage tanks, a Geotextile Membrane can be used to form a protective barrier. The characteristics of a Geotextile membrane make this a very important material to use in a wide range applications.
By host on Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Automatic fire sprinkler systems have been an essential feature of industrial fire protection systems over the past one-hundred and fifty years. They are proven to be efficient in controlling and extinguishing fires to protect the lives of people, properties and its contents. An essential part of fire protection is the guaranteed water supply. Water can be directed from a local mains water supply or, more reliably by having water stored in a tank and delivered via a pump to the buildings sprinkler system. To limit the need for replacing or refurbishing a tank, they are protected by lining them with a tank liner.
By host on Friday, May 17, 2013
Building your own private lake may seem like an impossible task. However the same basic principles apply that you would use to build a garden pond; just on a much larger scale.  If you have never built a water feature before though it does pay to get some professional advice.  Any water feature that is poorly designed will leak and cause problems and may be an eyesore rather than adding aesthetic value to your property. 
By host on Friday, May 10, 2013
There are various choices of roofing types available. Cost, climate and type of roof design are factors which generally determine the type of roofing system to use. EPDM is a durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane used to waterproof flat to nearly flat roof buildings. 
By host on Tuesday, May 07, 2013
box-welded pond liner is a prefabricated liner made to the dimensions of a pond construction so that it fits exactly to the size and shape with no folds or creases as with the installation of flat-sheet pond liners. It is highly recommended to add an over-lay of 'flange' when providing all the dimensions to secure the liner in place once your pond is filled with water using a choice of edging materials.
By host on Thursday, May 02, 2013
EPDM or Epalyn is a flexible rubber membrane with many features that contribute to its high performance in demanding applications such as for the water containment of lakes and reservoirs providing a high quality barrier to water loss prevention through ground leakage. Some soil types in the UK leak more than others therefore in the lake construction process it is important to determine the amount of clay present and take preventative steps by installing a high quality lake liner
By host on Monday, March 25, 2013
Who wants a leaking flat roof? Many home owners who choose to add an additional room or garage to their property may opt for a flat versus a pitched roof. Advances in waterproofing membranes, if installed by a qualified roofing contractor or trained DIY expert, means that homes with flat roofs are more likely than ever to be free of water leaking through. So what makes EPDM such an excellent waterproofing membrane as well as offering aesthetic appeal?
By host on Friday, March 22, 2013
Traditional methods of waterproofing flat and low pitch roofs include the use of felt, bitumen or asphalt. The latest in flat roof waterproofing technology is the use of EPDM rubber membranes. The advantages of using this type of waterproofing membrane is that it is UV resistant, resilient, flexible and is environmentally friendly.
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