4.5X3M koi Fish Pond Liner Gardens Pools HDPE Membrane Reinforced Guaranty Landscaping
This is better than cheap Trapal Pond liner that we use it is more durable below is a cheap Trapl Pond Video
Material: HDPE(High Density Polyethylene)
100% Brand new.
Underneath the beautiful foliage and active aquatic life of your pond lies the product that keeps it functioning effectively, the fish pond liner.
By installing a permanent fish pond liner that will withstand a variety of weather and water conditions, you can avoid the hassle of regularly replacing this integral part of your pond.
HDPE fish pond liners are also an excellent choice, because they are durable and strong, but lightweight and easy to maneuver. HDPE pond liners are safe for fish and long-lasting.
Able to withstand the harsh environment, our pond liner is resistant to UV, sunlight and temperature and will not crack at all. It’s also non-toxic, and is safe for plants, koi fish, and other aquatic life.
The unique composite structure gives a high resistance to penetration or damage by root systems. Its high tensile strength and high tear and puncture resistance makes it exceptionally strong. It is very light, which leads to an easier installation, in terms of manpower and installation time.
Additional Advantageous Characteristics:
Easy to shape
Fits ponds of all shapes and sizes
Easy to work with
Can be repaired or patched
1.The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness.
2.Please allow slight deviation for the measurement data.
3.Please allow 1-3cm error.
How to install pond liner quick and easy you need to know
- Mark the koi pond
- Dig the koi pond
- Prepare for the pond liner
- Measure the hole of the koi pond
FLEXIBLE- POND LINER
Flexible liners are an extremely versatile
material for pond construction, and are
ideal for informal ponds and unusual shapes.
Detailed planning of the exact dimensions of
the pond to be built is crucial, to avoid costly
miscalculations of the amount of liner and
1. Mark the outer edge
Use soft sand to define the outer edge of
the pond, and use this as a guide to where
to start digging.
Dig the first level
Start by digging down around the
perimeter to what will ultimately
become the level of the marginal
shelf, before going deeper.
Reinforce the outer edge
Make sure the site is level.
Define the edge of the pond
with one layer of bricks set
in mortar, to reduce the risk
that the edges will collapse.
Rake the base to
remove stones and
any other sharp
objects that could
penetrate the liner.
PREFORMED POND UNITS
Creating a pond using a preformed unit is
relatively straightforward. For a successful and
lasting result, however, make sure the site is
well prepared and free from stones or debris,
and that the unit is level when installed.
Mark out the perimeter
Balance the unit on blocks and place stakes
at regular intervals around it. Use string
laid around the stakes to outline the area
to be excavated.
Excavate the pond area
Shape the hole to match the
pond unit as closely as possible,
including the marginal shelves.
Rake and firm the base, then seat
the unit on a layer of sand so that
it fits exactly and is
Stabilize the unit
Slowly fill the pond with water, pausing
at intervals to check that the unit is still
level. Backfill around the edges with
sand until the unit is secure.
the unit is not
sloping using a
level and a piece