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CLEANSEAM
For geomembrane
installers who
are constantly
spending time
cleaning and
preparing the
liner prior to field
welds, AGRU
CleanSeam is a new
geomembrane
product
configuration that provides a simple, fast
way to prepare the weld area. Unlike existing
methods that rely on time-consuming manual
inspections and cleaning, AGRU CleanSeam
protective strip is removed directly before
welding occurs and leaves behind no residue-
only clean, weld-ready geomembrane. AGRU
CleanSeam can be directly integrated into
all AGRU geomembrane liners to provide
significant time and cost savings during the
weld phase of geomembrane installation
by mitigating the risk of particle buildup.
The protective release film protects the
geomembrane weld edges from exposure to
field conditions, greatly reducing the potential
for fine soils, waste materials and stockpile dust
from coming into contact with seaming areas
during or prior to installation.

American Excelsior Co.
Exhibitor Booth 523
TRINET FAMILY OF TRMS
TriNetĀ® turf
reinforcement
mats (TRMs) are a
natural choice in
place of stone or
riprap in swales,
ditch bottoms and
on long, steep
slopes. TriNet
heavy-duty TRMs
are available in a
variety of fiber types and netting combinations
to match the appropriate jobsite requirements.
The TriNet family of TRMs' three-dimensional
matrices are specifically designed to provide
permanent surface support and structural
support for vegetation root systems. TriNet
TRMs provide permanent protection against
wind and water erosion in critical areas where
vegetation alone requires extra protection
from shear stress forces.
www.curlex.com

Atarfil S.A.
Exhibitor Booth 718
ATARFIL HD

SURE-GRIP CONCRETE
PROTECTIVE LINER
Sure-GripĀ®
liners made of
high-density
polyethylene;
high-density
polyethylene,
electrically
conducive;
polypropylene;
polyvinylidene
difluoride; and ethylene chlorotrifluoroethylene
are produced with state-of-the-art
manufacturing technology. Sure-Grip prevents
concrete corrosion and degradation, extends
the lifetime of structures, and helps prevent
exfiltration of material into the surrounding
environment. Sure-Grip concrete protective
liners have unique anchoring systems that
enable construction in areas of significant
backpressure. Unlike spray-applied liners,
which have to be reapplied regularly due to
cracking or delamination, Sure-Grip liners are
long lasting. Sure-Grip is designed to avoid the
residual cost often associated with concrete
spray-on liners, which require tank emptying
and cleaning every few years for reapplication.

Atarfil HD is a
geomembrane
in high-density
polyethylene,
with the highest
durability,
ultraviolet light
and chemical
resistance, smooth
surface and
black color. It is ideal for safe containment
applications for waste or water, including
water reservoirs, frack ponds, heap leach
mining applications and more.

ATARFIL HD-TMT
Atarfil HD-TMT is
a geomembrane
in high-density
polyethylene,
with the highest
durability,
ultraviolet light and
chemical resistance
textured surface.
With the highest
asperity height
and extreme friction properties, Atarfil HD-TMT
is ideal for safe containment applications in
waste, water or mining when slope stability is a
key issue. Main applications are landfills, tailing
dams construction and applications where
safety measures are needed to increase the
friction for workers' transit.

ATARFIL LLDPE-TMT
These linear
low-density
geomembranes
have the same
extreme friction
properties as
traditional TMT,
but with a higher
flexibility and
elongation.
They are useful
for situations where adaptation to the
terrain as landfill capping applications or
primary barriers in soils with high differential
settlements is necessary.
www.atarfil.com

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