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hydroGEOPHYSICS Inc.
Exhibitor Booth 502

Leister Technologies
Exhibitor Booth 507

HGI LINER LEAK DETECTION SERVICE

TWINNY T7

For more
than 25 years,
hydroGEOPHYSICS
Inc. (HGI) has been
a leading service
provider of electric
liner leak location
technology used
on nonpermeable
geosynthetic liners
in the mining,
agriculture, chemical, power generation,
solid waste, liquid waste and petroleum
industries. HGI's methodology delivers a
number of improvements over traditional
leak location surveys, such as storing data for
post processing, surveys conducted in ponds
filled to capacity, automated data collection,
color-contoured maps and surveys in highly
conductive environments.

The TWINNY
T7 welder is
appropriate
for landfill
construction,
mining, tunneling,
ponds, reservoirs
and fisheries. It can
weld thin or thick
geomembranes
20-100 mils (0.5-2.5 mm) quickly, easily and
safely. TWINNY T7 is equipped with highly
efficient data recording ability thanks to the
Leister Quality System (LQS) function, GPS, Wi-Fi
and connection to the myLeister app. The quick
welder (drive speed of 2.62-26.2 feet/minute)
has a brushless blower motor for significantly
greater air volume; the hot air dries moisture in
no time, while dust and sand are blown away.

HGI-DAM ASSESSMENT SERVICE
The monitoring
and maintenance
of earthen dams
is an ongoing and
critical process
to ensure the
integrity of these
structures and to
prevent failure
and the potential
consequences.
hydroGEOPHYSICS Inc. (HGI) provides a suite of
cutting-edge technologies to monitor earthen
embankments and tailings dams and identify
hazards to these structures, such as seepage,
void formation and foundation issues. HGI's
methodology delivers many improvements
over traditional dam inspection and monitoring
surveys as geophysical methods allow the
company to build an internal "picture" of the
conditions within a dam in a noninvasive
manner, providing high-resolution imaging
across the entire structure.
www.hgileakdetection.com

ENKAMAT 7010 TRM
EnkamatĀ® 7010
Turf Reinforcement
Mat is effective
in lakes, river
embankments,
watercourses and
secondary coastal
applications;
dry slope
embankments;
spillways; and
other areas of erosion. Enkamat 7010 offers a
permanent and green solution with an open
structure that encourages swift vegetation
growth, blends discretely into the landscape
and adapts easily to soil profiles, with
excellent bonding of individual filaments.
Light and flexible but does not float in
water, the TRM features high ultraviolet light
resistance and is maintenance free.
www.lowandbonar.com/enka-solutions

www.leister.com

Low & Bonar
Exhibitor Booth 622
ENKAMAT R45 TRM
EnkamatĀ® R45 Turf
Reinforcement Mat
works on steep
slopes, channels
and shorelines,
and as a grip layer
under vegetated
veneers and in
erosion control
applications. A
permanent and
green solution, Enkamat R45 features an open
structure to encourage swift vegetation growth,
reinforces vegetation root systems, adapts
easily to soil profiles and remains locked to the
ground by root systems.

Owens Corning
Exhibitor Booth 611
RHINOMAT 1000 REINFORCED
COMPOSITE GEOMEMBRANE
RhinoMatĀ®
1000 Reinforced
Composite
Geomembrane
is ideal for
containment
applications such
as agriculture,
aquaculture,
mining and
energy, secondary
containment, wastewater lagoons and landfill
covers. Retention applications include golf
course ponds, stormwater management,
irrigation storage, canal liners and potable
water reservoirs. Flexible construction enables
efficient seaming of a wide variety of panel
shapes and sizes. Factory fabrication reduces
field seaming time and time-consuming
destructive field tests. It also allows for
customized panels to accelerate installation.
A high-density polyethylene (HDPE) highstrength woven core provides outstanding
dimensional strength and stability. Engineered
linear low-density polyethylene/low-density
polyethylene (LLDPE/LDPE) coating provides
flexibility, chemical resistance and protection
against ultraviolet light, ozone and oxidation.
www.rhinomat.com

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