Aeramix is an industry leader in the application of geosynthetic liners with the capacity to deliver across multiple applications. Geomembranes are used for added structural support in water systems, to transport liquid, form barriers, protect liquids, separate liquids, prevent pollution or seepage of liquids, and to prevent contamination.
Geomembranes are typically made up of thin, continuous polymeric sheets. They can also be made from the impregnation of geotextiles with asphalt, elastomer or polymer sprays, or as multilayered bitumen geocomposites.
Our Geosynthetic services include:
Accidental tears and general deterioration of liners and covers can happen over time. In addition to the sourcing and installation of many different geomembranes, Aeramix provides a liner and cover repair and maintenance service Australia wide.
To access our geomembrane repair and maintenance service, you do not need to be a former or existing Aeramix customer.
High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) liners are the most widely used geomembrane for containment because of its durability and longevity.
LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) and LLDPE (Linear Low Density Polyethylene)
liners are easy to fold and flexible in structure.
HDPE Smooth geomembranes are used in projects demanding minimum permeability. They are extremely cost effective for a diverse range of applications including:
Textured HDPE improves the friction between the liner and the subgrade. It is available textured on one or both sides. The main benefit is that the texture makes the liner less slippery, therefore liners can be walked on safely. Textured HDPE is often specified for lining landfill.
Puraflex is a highly resistant polymeric geomembrane used for vapour barrier control.
Teranap is a geomembrane manufactured from SBS elastomeric bitumen, reinforced with a non-woven polyester geotextile. The underside, covered with a polyester film, is highly resistant to root penetration. The surface is coated with silica sand.
Teranap is a highly durable, environmentally conscious geomembrane.