Indonesia conductive geomembrane is made with the best raw materials to provide protection against hazardous waste and other chemicals. Indonesian conductive geomembranes can be easily tested for damage after installation. Indonesia white conductive geomembrane is a patented HDPE geomembrane for splash testing. This is done with equipment capable of performing a spark test in the field using the electrical conductivity of the geomembrane white surface. This property is obtained by applying a thin layer (about 0.075 mm) of carbon black to one side of the unfolded sheet. This girl became electrically conductive.

The conductor layer is part of the total thickness of 2 mm, the remainder being the main stable layer of carbon black, high density (HDPE). These geomembranes can be easily tested for post-installation damage, this is done with equipment capable of performing a field splash test using the electrical conductivity of the geomembrane white surface (the geomembrane conductive surface turns white). The advantage of the white color is that in the case of basins and canals it greatly reduces water evaporation, compared to the standard black geomembrane which heats up excessively, of course resulting in accelerated water evaporation.

Advantages of Indonesian Conductive Geomembrane

The advantage of white is that in the case of basins and canals, water evaporation is greatly reduced. In contrast, the standard black geomembrane heats up excessively, resulting, of course, accelerating the evaporation of water. Geomembrane maintenance can be done very easily by timely finding any damage with the help of splash testing, preventing water loss. Geomembranes allow for outstanding elasticity, resistance to cracking, environmental demands and excellent multiaxial elongation performance. This type of geomembrane is designed to withstand extreme temperatures and harsh operating conditions. While there are several methods for detecting accidental leaks, research shows that the most effective methods are electrically based:

Liner Integrity (ELI) uses an electric current to flow through two conductive layers, separated by a non-conductive barrier. The splash test method is used in exposed applications and can be performed at any time during installation or after installation. This method is capable of detecting even the smallest holes and can be performed faster and better than other methods. The DIPOle method is used after the layer is covered with water or soil. This test is essential for effective leak detection as most of the damage occurs when the coating material is placed on the geomembrane. Once the geomembrane is closed, the Spark test can no longer be performed.

A valuable additional alternative LLDPE geomembrane is reflective and will be white in color and incorporate a special electrically conductive geomembrane liner formulation. Some of the key performance properties of white reflective geomembrane are: Reduction of geomembrane wrinkling due to lower thermal expansion which helps improve installation quality. Reduction of liner surface temperature to reduce thermal expansion and liner contraction. Increases durability with reflected UV irradiation. Highly efficient visual identification of surface defects due to the contrast of the white surface and the underlying geosynthetic black coating.

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