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Water reservoir with geomembrane sheet coating. Soil pool is the most common type of water reservoir. The soil pool is used for storing the wells, aqueducts, springs or rivers, storing rain and snow in the autumn and winter seasons, and consuming it in irrigation, storing the share of water to do rainwater or drip irrigation or dual irrigation (fish farming and water storage)

The cost of building a pond is different from anywhere in Iran. Typically, the cost of excavation per cubic meter of soil is between 1 and 1.2 USD. This price varies in different parts of the year and in different seasons. Access to the excavator, the number of standby machinery in the region, the season of unemployment or prolongation, and ... are factors that cause this price difference.

Covering and insulating the pools

Soil pools are not able to store all stored water due to lack of coating and insulation, and usually a significant amount of water is wasted in these pools. In order to prevent water loss, the implementation of the coating and insulating of ponds is absolutely necessary. These pools are divided into three types of semi-burial, burial and surface, among which semi-arid pools are more desirable because of the cost of excavation and embankment.
From the past to today, various insulations have been used to prevent water infiltration and waste. Decompression of the floor and wall of the pool, cement, waterproofing, stone and cement, slurry, bricks and various other methods depending on the local conditions of the reservoir area and the amount of funding set. But these coatings, although reducing waste and water penetration in the soil pools, still have water losses from the pool. Also, coatings that are more insulating (concrete, stone and cement) also cost a lot. These coatings usually require maintenance as often as necessary and are damaged under severe environmental conditions.


Geomembrane coating for insulating ground pools
Geomembrane is a polymeric material of polyethylene. Because of this, the geomembrane sheet has a very low permeability (almost impermeable) permeability and is considered a suitable cover for water storage pools. The cost and cost of implementing and installing the geomembrane sheet is much lower than the stone, concrete or cement, and is less than half. In addition, the geomembrane sheet has a much longer life span and is resistant to cold and heat, as well as sunlight.

The installation of geomembrane sheets is also much faster. So that up to 1000 square meters of geomembrane sheet can be installed every day. Also, the required pool for geomembrane sheets does not require any special coatings or substructures (except where there is a possibility of tearing the sheet or the depth of the pool is high) and only the rolling soft soil for the geomembrane pool is sufficient; therefore, the cost of construction Soil water pool with geomembrane coating is much more economical.
Geomembrane coatings can also be used for cement ponds or other insulators. That is, if you have a booth that covers the cement (or other insulation) it can be added to the insulating cover using a geomembrane sheet. By doing so, you have increased the pool insolation, there is no need for maintenance and maintenance of pool cover and no future cost.
Features and benefits of geomembrane pools over other pool types.

Reducing the cost of implementing geomembrane pools to rock pools

• Much less time to build geomembrane pools than concrete pools

• Highly impermeable sheet of geomembrane (almost impermeable)

• Do not stick moss and algae to the bottom of the geomembrane pool

• High resistance of geomembrane sheets to environmental factors (such as sunlight, frost, etc.) and biological


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