Membranes and ponds
YOUR MEMBRANE NEEDS TO LAST FOR YEARS
The type of membrane needed varies greatly depending on the situation.
There are many ways of constructing a membrane and many different materials available. Here at Dantonit, we’ve chosen to focus exclusively on membrane designs that employ self-repairing materials.
WHAT ARE THE KEY FACTORS?
Specifications of requirements often vary a great deal from job to job. A membrane for a landfill site for hazardous industrial waste is subject to numerous conditions. A general stormwater pond, on the other hand, is likely to have a shorter list of requirements.
WE’LL HELP YOU
We’re happy to provide personal guidance, to ensure that you end up with a functional and successful solution at the lowest possible price. We would therefore encourage you to call or write to us, so we know that you’re getting the information and help you need.
Below is a short introduction to the two types of membrane that we work with. Both can be utilized in many different scenarios. If they look like something you can use, call us and tell us about your project.
MEMBRANE OF RAW BENTONITE
This membrane is made from raw bentonite for ultimate protection against leakage. This will be the right choice in many situations that could entail significant environmental risks.
BENTONITE POWDER MEMBRANE
Correctly mixing bentonite powder with sand or stone dust gives you a low-permeability material that is perfect for creating a wide range of membranes. This is often referred to as a BES (Bentonite Enhanced Soil) mix.
MEMBRANES FOR COASTAL PROTECTION
Looking for a membrane solution to protect our coastline against erosion? What about one that has both a longer useful life and no environmental impact at all? At Dantonit, we offer membranes made of raw bentonite from our own quarry at Tåsinge.