Frac Water Reservoirs



Water is the largest single component used in hydraulic fracturing and is critical to the success of shale oil and gas extraction.  It is vital that these large centralized containment reservoirs are lined with highly stabilized geomembranes that perform in the harsh weather conditions of our gas and oil basins.  Fresh water containment for hydraulic fracturing can consume over a million gallons per well.  In order to capture and maintain water in regions where water is scarce, large holding ponds are constructed to store water for fracking operations. 
Reinforced DuraSkrim K-Series in Smooth or Textured:

Heavy-duty high strength scrim reinforcement grid

Exceptional dimensional stability

Outstanding tear resistance and seam strength

Large one-piece custom covers available

Textured – Increased slope stability

Textured – Excellent anti-slip properties

Reinforced DuraSkrim® R-Series (8 – 24 mil):

High strength scrim reinforcement grid

Great dimensional stability 

Excellent tear resistance and seam strength 

Large one-piece custom covers (up to 8,000 lbs)

Exceeds GRI-GM22 Standard Specifications 

Non-Reinforced HydraFlex™:

Excellent flexibility and conforming characteristics

High puncture and elongation strength

Very tear resistant with high seam strength

Large one-piece custom liners available