Geosynthetic clay liners, or GCLs, are an interesting juxtaposition of polymeric materials and natural soils. They are rolls of factory fabricated thin layers of bentonite clay sandwiched between two geotextiles or bonded to a geomembrane. Structural integrity of the subsequent composite is obtained by needle-punching, stitching or adhesive bonding. GCLs are used as a composite component beneath a geomembrane or by themselves in geoenvironmental and containment applications as well as in transportation, geotechnical, hydraulic, and many private development applications.

Claymat - Geosynthetic Clay Liners

ABG
Claymat GCLs are used to provide a liquid and gas barriers in a wide range of environmental and civil engineering applications where containment barriers are required. Claymat GCLs have many applications in landfill lining and capping, reservoirs, canals, o...

Bentotex Geosynthetic Clay Liner

Geosynthetics
Bentotex is a Geosynthetic Clay Liner (GCL), an impermeable lining material used as a fluid or containment barrier. When hydrated it provides a better hydraulic performance than a metre of compacted clay. Differential settlement is accommodated by the high pla...

Bentomat SS100

CETCO
BENTOMAT SS100 is a reinforced needle-punched geosynthetic clay liner (GCL) specifically designed for landfill, surface water impoundments and secondary containment....

Powerbase Geosynthetic Liners

Industrial Textiles & Plastics Ltd
High-end pond and lake liners Reinforced for tough tear resistance Also available in rolls for joining on site Prefabricated panels option for specified footprints ...

Geosynthetic Clay Liners Building Products

Geosynthetic clay liners, or GCLs, are an interesting juxtaposition of polymeric materials and natural soils. They are rolls of factory fabricated thin layers of bentonite clay sandwiched between two geotextiles or bonded to a geomembrane. Structural integrity of the subsequent composite is obtained by needle-punching, stitching or adhesive bonding. GCLs are used as a composite component beneath a geomembrane or by themselves in geoenvironmental and containment applications as well as in transportation, geotechnical, hydraulic, and many private development applications.