QUALITY AND LONG LASTING DAM LINERS
The best UV-treated black dam liners in Kenya manufactured for tropical climates are from Grekkon Limited. Our dam liners line the walls and floors of water reservoirs to prevent water loss through sipage into the soil. Changing rainfall patterns and unpredictable seasons are increasingly becoming a norm in Africa. This is why the need for agricultural water conservation is growing amongst farmers.
We factory weld our dam liners to keep them leakproof during their entire lifetime of use. Leaking is a common occurrence with a manually welded geomembrane and we only allow it where it is impractical to factory weld.
DAM LINER SPECIFICATIONS
Dam liners in Kenya FAQs
How much does a pond liner cost in Kenya?
Grekkon Limited’s dam liner prices are;
||Price per meter square in KES
What kind of pond liner is best?
The best dam liner to use depends on the volume of water held and the surface type. If it is a large reservoir, a thicker liner is better. If the surface is smooth then a lighter gauge liner will work.
What are the different types of dam liners in Kenya?
Our dam liners are 0.5mm, 0.8mm, and 1mm thick. They are in widths to fit the size and shape of the reservoir or tank. Grekkon Limited’s technical team will install it together with the client then test the liner over the next days or weeks.
How is liner thickness determined?
i. The volume of water held. The larger the volume the greater the weight and a thicker liner is used
ii. The wall and floor surface texture. Thicker liners will be used for rough surfaces
Can I put an old pond liner over an old one?
No, you cannot. Remove the old liner then replace it with the new one
How long do pond liners last?
It depends on the thickness. 0.5mm lasts for 12 years, 0.75/ 0.8mm 20 years, and 1mm 35 years
How to install dam liners in your irrigation water reservoir or water tank
To support the liner in a reservoir, the owner will trench at a distance of 1M all around it. This trench is a foot deep and a foot wide. Once installation within the reservoir is complete, the liner edges are tucked in this trench and covered. This holds the liner in place during its period of use. For the tank, a steel or wooden band will support the liner in the inner tank’s wall for covered tanks, and on the outer tank walls for open water tanks.