The most commonly used lining is PVC (Polyvinyl chloride). It has excellent abrasion resistance and is very difficult to puncture. It’s also very flexible, allowing the liner to conform to the subgrade. It’s easy to seam and seal, and is resistant to most common chemicals. 

We make use of the following PVC liners, manufactured to be used as Liners.

  • 500 Micron
  • 700 Micron 
  • 1000 Micron
  • 550 Micron VINYL

It is important to note that we advise to use Vinyl only as swimming pool liners, and not as reservoir liners. Vinyl does not take kindly to water level fluctuation, and needs to be full of water to the top of the liner.

PVC and Vinyl liners can be repaired wet or dry. 

We join PVC liners with a High Frequency welders, and can manufacture liners to custom fit your structure.



  • Cost-effective  
  • Available in 0.50mm and 1mm thickness.
  • Highly flexible – readily conforms to sub grade contours
  • Easily installed
  • Fabricated in panels or to shape of structure
  • Joined with High frequency Welder
  • Pre manufactured for DIY installation.
  • UV Stabilized
  • Puncture resistant
  • High tear strength.


Used In

  • Landfill Closures.
  • Irrigation Ponds.
  • Soil Remediation.
  • Decorative Water Features.
  • Waste Water.
  • Mining.
  • Aquaculture.
  • Reservoirs
  • Corrugated Reservoirs.
  • Below ground Reservoirs



It has come to our attention that there are Companies selling recycled PVC liners. PVC liners cannot be recycled, these so called recycled PVC, is in fact old Advertising banners that are collected and joined for use as liners. Banner material is not manufactured to last or be used as liners. They have a short lifespan, and can leach chemicals into the water.

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