Sensorline
Regulation 31 approved liner stock

Sensorline® is a potable water system that is Regulation 31 Approved for contact with potable water, the use of Sensorline enables the detection and location of leaks from potable water storage facilities. Sensorline is available in thicknesses ranging from 0.75mm to 3.0mm and comes in smooth or non-slip finishes.

In addition to potable water storage applications Sensorline can be deployed for the protection of raw water storage facilities such as impounding reservoirs and lakes due to its wide roll format that serves to increase the speed of installation by minimising site welding.

Sensorline® rolls can be cut down to any required width dimension for use on smaller sites where handling of large rolls is inappropriate or where the rolls must be manoeuvred into storage tanks for deployment.

Non-slip versions of Sensorline® can be deployed on the floors of potable water tanks to prevent slips and falls of maintenance operatives during cleaning operations.

Sensorline nonslip
Non-slip liner

Sensorline® is a tough material that is highly resistant to punctures which allows surfaces lined with Sensorline to be cleaned using high pressure water jets without fear of damaging the liner. Sensorline® Regulation 31 approved geomembrane applications include:

  • Tank lining
  • Lake lining
  • Dam lining
  • Chemical free water treatment facilities
  • Baffle Curtains (also know turbidity screens / curtains)
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