Firestone Pond Liner
Firestone Pond liners EPDM Geomembrane, a high-performing rubber liner
The main component of Firestone Pond liner Systems is Firestone EPDM Geomembrane, a single-ply synthetic rubber waterproofing membrane made of ethylene – propylene – diene terpolymer, mixed with carbon black, oils, curing agents and processing aids. It is calendered into large sheets and vulcanized.
Key features and benefits
(The success of Firestone Pond Liner EPDM Geomembranes can be attributed to their unique combination of benefits)
High flexibility: Firestone Pond Liner, EPDM Geomembranes remain highly flexible even at very low temperatures (down to –45 °C), enabling year round installation in a variety of climates and terrain.
High elongation: Firestone Pond Liner, EPDM Geomembranes can elongate over 300%, which enables the membrane to stretch and conform to objects in the subgrade.
Superior weathering resistance: Firestone Pond Liner, EPDM Geomembranes offer unmatched resistance to ultraviolet radiation and ozone.
Quick and easy installation: Firestone Pond Liner, EPDM Geomembranes are available in large seamless panel sizes up to 15m in width and 61m in length resulting in fewer field seams and less installation time.
Low maintenance: Firestone Pond Liner, EPDM Geomembranes require little or no regular maintenance after installation. The Geomembrane can survive normal environmental exposure for well over 30 years.
Environmentally friendly: Firestone Pond Liner, EPDM Geomembrane is an inert material with low environmental impact during production and use. In addition, Firestone’s EPDM manufacturing facilities have received ISO 14001 certification, a testimony of the company’s commitment to environmental management.
Firestone Pond Liners for garden pond applications
The 1.0 mm thick Firestone Pond Liner, EPDM Geomembrane is specifically designed for decorative pond applications. Because of its specific formulation and production process, the Firestone Pond Liner membrane, as are all of our products, guaranteed to be compatible with aquatic life in accordance with testing reports published by the Water Research Centre in the UK.