Clay Liner Suppliers


Premium Quality Clay Liner Suppliers

LRK Geovision LLC has earned a reputation as one of New York’s most reputable clay liners suppliers. We have recognized and maintained the value of leadership in all of our company’s actions. We are well aware that our products and services conform to international standards and can meet our customers’ high-performance expectations as a result of our severe quality controls. Our goal is to continuously improve the correctness of our products.

What Distinguishes Us from Other Clay Liner Suppliers?

We can deliver incredible repeatability in our goods and services thanks to our well-thought-out and well-established Quality Control (QC) system. It teaches our employees how to fulfill international quality standards and how to keep our equipment in good operating condition. This is what sets us apart from other clay liners suppliers in New York, the United States of America.

Qualities of Our Clay Liner 

  • Protects the Environment

Our clay liners are a kind of green material that is great at protecting the environment. So, this makes our clay liners quite sustainable for the environment.

  • Great Resistance To Weather Conditions

The clay liners that you buy from us provide great resistance to varying weather conditions such as moisture content, clay content, density, or for example compacted clay liners. 

  • Wide Variety of Applications

You can use our clay liners for mud pits, landfills, fish farm lining, tank lining, dams, ponds and reservoirs, basement lining, roof lining, lagoons, canals, floating covers, wastewater pits, etc. 

We are also among the leading geocell suppliers in New York, USA.



Geosynthetic Clay Liners (GCLs) are factory-manufactured hydraulic barriers consisting of a layer of bentonite or other very low-permeability material supported by geotextiles and/or geomembranes, mechanically held together by needling, stitching, or chemical adhesives. Due to environmental laws, any seepage from landfills must be collected and properly disposed of, otherwise, contamination of the surrounding groundwater could cause major environmental and/or ecological problems. The lower the hydraulic conductivity the more effective the GCL will be at retaining seepage inside of the landfill.

Bentonite composed predominantly (>70%) of montmorillonite or other expansive clays, is preferred and most commonly used in GCLs. A general GCL construction would consist of two layers of geosynthetics stitched together enclosing a layer of natural or processed sodium bentonite. Typically, woven and/or non-woven textile geosynthetics are used, however, polyethylene or geomembrane layers or geogrid geotextiles materials have also
been incorporated into the design or in place of a textile layer to increase strength.