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XR EMBEDMENT STRIPS
Seaman Corp. has
brought polymer
embedment
technology to
the petroleum
secondary
containment
market with the
XR® Embedment
Strips. These are
made of XR-5
polymer and thus weldable to all XR products.
The strips provide a 3.75-inch wide surface
for welding the XR-5 to the linear surface,
minimizing or eliminating the need for
mechanical battening. The polymer is dense
and has no concerns with stress cracking,
making the XR-5 system the right one for
secondary containment applications. Petroleum
secondary containment applications typically
terminate the geomembrane at either a
perimeter earthen trench or at a perimeter
concrete/block wall. XR Embedment Strips are
cast into the concrete with new construction
applications, providing a more economical
installation and lower long-term maintenance.
Similarly, any XR-5 termination at a new
construction concrete wall can employ the
strips, such as headwalls, concrete pads,
concrete ditches or any cast-in-place surface.

XR-5 ULTRA LOW TEMPERATURE (ULT)
Dynamic cold
resistance
(flexing) is a
limitation for most
geomembranes.
When a robust
geomembrane is
needed, XR-5® is
the answer, but
only now has
a new product
been developed that expands the cold
weather window for installation. The modified
XR-5 compound retains the broad chemical
resistance of the proven product and is coated
on the same heavy base fabric. The result is the
history and experience of the XR-5, now in a
ULT version. The XR-5 ULT remains flexible to
temperatures 11 degrees Celsius lower than
standard XR-5, making it the choice for very
cold installations. Factory-fabricated XR-5
ULT panels can be shipped to the jobsite and
unfolded and installed at lower temperatures,
expanding the installation season.

Solmax
Exhibitor Booth 513
LITEEARTH
LiteEarth™ is a
synthetic grass
capping system
developed for
long-term closure
of municipal
solid waste
landfills, coal ash
impoundments,
mine waste
facilities and more. Erosion and vegetated cover
maintenance issues are completely eliminated
by the fully anchored, fully geosynthetic noninfilled LiteEarth capping system.

DURAFLOW
Duraflow is a boxshaped geonet
that provides high
transmissivity in
soil environments
under high and low
loading conditions.
This specific design
net structure
provides superior
intrusion resistance
and high flow performance.

LEAK LOCATION LINER
Solmax's welding
technology and
conductivity of its
Leak Locator Liner
allows electrical liner
integrity (ELI) testing
on both exposed
(spark method) and
covered applications
(dipole method), on
slopes, across seams
and over wrinkles. The Leak Location Liner
provides the most accurate and cost-efficient
leak detection method in the industry, even
after installation.
www.solmax.com

STANMECH Technologies Inc.
LEISTER GEOSTAR G7
LQS WEDGE WELDER
The GEOSTAR
wedge welder is
the fastest Leister
wedge welder
available, with a
top drive speed of
12 meters/minute,
depending on
conditions. It is
designed with a
lightweight, cast
aluminum frame, unique digital display and
allows easy field servicing and cleaning. The
Leister Quality System (LQS) allows users
to compile full quality documentation for
all aspects of their welding work. Users can
document every welding seam as a table,
graphic or even with GPS coordinates.
www.stanmech.com

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