SealEco BUTYL pond liner is the traditional synthetic rubber membrane used for pond lining for nearly 50 years. BUTYL rubber has exceptional physical properties making it the ideal choice for lining ponds, lakes, water features and reservoirs. Despite their different chemical compositions, SealEco EPDM and SealEco BUTYL look and feel the same - a tough, black, rubber membrane. The rise in the cost of Butyl rubber polymer however limits its economical application for lining ponds that require large quantities of material.
Butyl rubber membranes have been used for waterproofing on roofs, reservoirs and channels for over 40 years. The history of the material is a guarantee in itself. In contrast to plastic, a rubber membrane is highly elastic. It can be streched up to 300% without changing the properties giving minimal risk for leakage
History of Värnamo Butyl
Production of butyl rubber in Värnamo, Sweden, started in 1967 under license from Esso. The company, named ”Värnamo Gummi” (Värnamo Rubber) separates from Esso and continues as an independent company producing products under the brand ”Värnamo Butyl”.
In 1989 Trelleborg AB aquires the operation. It is later renamed ”Trelleborg Building Systems”, then ”Trelleborg Waterproofing”.
SealEco is created in 2011 through Axcel´s acquisition of Trelleborg Waterproofing, and becomes initially a business unit within Nordic Waterproofing Group until becoming a separate legal entitiy; SealEco AB
Gordon Low Products - SealEco authorised manufacturing partner
Supplying the UK market with fabricated pond liner and water tank liners. We fabricate pond liner sheets from 1.7m x 40m rolls in any width up to 60m. Any size single sheet pond liner from a 2m x 2m water feature up to a maximum 1800m2 lagoon liner is fabricated in house in our UK factory. Multiple panels can then be welded together on site using our patented Hot-Bond site weld presses.