Trench Linings

Businesses use trenches for many reasons, most notably for storing or transporting different materials. Trenches are a great thing to have, but if you don’t have any trench linings, you should only use them for a short period of time. Regular use without a trench liner will quickly erode the trench, damaging it and contaminating your materials. Here at Royal Liner, we understand the complexities of a trench and drainage system and are here to help.

We have over 75 years of combined experience in designing and manufacturing tank liners that we can drop wherever you need them. We understand how important maintaining the structural integrity of your ditch can be, and we also know that you want your materials to remain as pure as possible. It’s a tall order, but we will help make it possible with our trench linings.

Our polyethylene ditch liners are the way to go when compared to the alternatives out there. Our liners function well as drainage ditch liners when you’re less concerned with storing the materials and more concerned with directing rainwater or wastewater away from your job site. The most common form of liner is a concrete ditch liner or an earthen drainage system, something made up of gravel and rocks. While these drainage systems can work, they might also create issues because the concrete and gravel can absorb water and waste, and there’s a high coefficient of friction. More friction means it will be harder for everything to drain away in your trench.

Thankfully, concrete and earthen drainage systems are not your only option. At Royal Liner, our polyethylene liners have a much lower friction coefficient, allowing for better flow through your trench. The normal trade-off for better flow is that your trench will erode faster, but our liners also protect against that. Your materials can flow freely, and our liners are still resistant to corrosion and the hazardous materials you’re working with. Don’t hesitate to come to us at Royal Liner for all your trench lining needs!