TARA HDPE GEOMEMBRANE
HDPE Geomembrane is made from premium-grade plastic pellets, produced using modern machinery equipped with efficient production control technology.

TARA conducts inspections and quality control of products, from the receipt of pellets and during production to the final quality check before delivering to the clients. As a result, TARA's products meet international standards, including GRI-GM13 for HDPE sheets and GRI-GM17 for LDPE sheets.
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HDPE SHEET Geomembrane
involves using HDPE plastic pellets that undergo a production process involving the compression molding of HDPE plastic pallets. This results in HDPE sheets with superior impermeability, commonly used in applications requiring liquid (or gas) containment. Depending on the project or system, the HDPE geomembrane is produced as a continuous, uniform polymer sheet. It can also be used as starting materials in the production of geotextiles with rubber or coated with polymers, leading to the creation of multi-layered geocomposites. Long, continuous strips of geomembranes are the most commonly used.
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APPLICATIONS
-  Water body lining for water storage, such as lining reservoirs, fish and shrimp ponds, or for agricultural purposes to improve terrain that cannot retain water, enabling agricultural development in dry areas.
-  Chemical containment pit lining, as polyethylene is one of the most chemically resistant plastics.
-  Lining inside water tanks for liquid and chemical storage.
-  Agricultural compost pit lining which helps maintain the composting temperature and accelerates the process.
-  Landfill lining, which prevents pollution from waste materials from spreading.
-  Drainage channel lining for sewage treatment in golf courses, resorts, residential areas, etc.
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Advantages of HDPE
- Ultraviolet resistance, chemical resistance, superior impermeability
- High tensile strength, high peel and shear resistance, high resistance to tearing and puncturing
- Long-term durability

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
HDPE GEOMEMBRANE-SMOOTH

Tested Property Test Method Standard Values
BNH050BNH075SBNH075BNH100SBNH100NBH150SBNH150BNH200
Thickness, mm
Minimum average values
Lowest individual reading
ASTM D51990.50
0.47
0.75
0.70
0.75
0.70
1.00
0.90
1.00
0.90
1.50
1.40
1.50
1.40
2.00
1.90
Density, g/cmASTM D792≥0.94≥0.94≥0.94≥0.94≥0.94≥0.94≥0.94≥0.94
Tensile Properties
(each direction)
Strength at Break, kN/m
Strength at Yield, kN/m
Elongation at Break, %
Elongation at Yield, %
ASTM D6693
Dumbell Type IV
14
9
700
13
23
12
700
13
23
12
700
13
33
17
700
13
33
17
700
13
48
25
700
13
48
25
700
13
65
35
700
13
Tear Resistance, NASTM D100470100100140140210210260
Puncture Resistance, NASTM D4833190320320420420580580650
Carbon Black Content %ASTM D16032.0-3.02.0-3.02.0-3.02.0-3.02.0-3.02.0-3.02.0-3.02.0-3.0
Carbon Black DispersionASTM D5596Note.1Note.1Note.1Note.1Note.1Note.1Note.1Note.1
Oxidative Induction Time, minutesASTM D3895
200*C:02.1atm
>100>100>100>100>100>100>100>100


Typical Roll Dimentions Standard Values
BNH050BNH075SBNH075BNH100SBNH100NBH150SBNH150BNH200
Roll length, meter28014028010521070140105
Roll width, meter7.07.07.07.07.07.07.07.0
Roll area, m?196098019607351470490980735


NOTE:
1.Carbon black dispersion (only near spherical agglomerates) for 10 different views:9 in Categories 1 or 2 and 1 in Category 3
2. Roll Iengths and widths have a tolerance of +1%.



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