How to Decide When to Use RPE vs RPP Liners

At BTL Liners, we proudly fabricate liners, tarps and covers from both reinforced polyethylene (RPE) and reinforced polypropylene materials. We’ve fabricated and installed nearly one billion square feet of RPE liners, making us one of the most trusted and relied upon manufacturers in the industry. We’re often asked what situations...

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High Temperature Liners Combat the Effects of Elevated Thermal Stress

Many different applications require high temperature liners that can contain heated liquids. High temperature liners may be required in order to preserve the integrity and service life of the geomembrane itself. Both reinforced polyethylene (RPE) and reinforced polypropylene (RPP) liners are rated up to 180 degrees Fahrenheit for sustained temperature....

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Essentials for Choosing Potable Water Tank Lining

The biggest consideration for choosing potable water tank lining can be answered in one question. Is it NSF-61 certified? Potable water tank lining requires this certification for liners used to contain water for human consumption. This certification ensures that the liner, as well as any additives or polymer ingredients, are...

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Replace Concrete and Earthen Ditch Liners with RPE

When it comes to ditch liners, choosing the right material makes a big difference. Because there are many benefits to ditch liners in general, it’s important to choose a material that maximizes efficiency. In the past, concrete and earthen lined ditches were commonplace, but with all of the advantages to...

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