AGRU America’s Black and White geomembranes offer the advantages of both a light reflective white surface and a black damage detection layer. The liner’s ultraviolet (UV) resistant white surface reflects light, which minimizes associated heat absorption by as much as 50%. Reducing absorbed heat helps avoid membrane wrinkling and other damage as a result of excess thermal expansion and contraction.
The black HDPE lining geomembranes can reach temperatures of 160°F (71°C) or more and are capable of enduring thermal expansion exceeding 1%. Furthermore, the material’s surface properties allow for more reliable visual inspection of the liner for damage. Damage is indicated by any scarring beyond the white reflective layer. Scarring would expose the clearly visible contrasting black primary layer.
AGRU’s Black & White Liner is available in high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE), MicroSpike® texturing and smooth surface.
Benefits of Black & White Liner
- Minimizes heat absorption – and resulting thermal expansion – by up to 50%
- Significantly improves damaged detection via white signal layer
- Available in HDPE, LLDPE, MicroSpike texturing, and smooth surface
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