A Mostly True Tale from EPI – The Liner Company
EPI – th’ Liner Company has enjoyed a 30-year relationship wit’ th’ scurvy dogs from Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf. Beginnin’ wit’ their first location in Traverse City, MI. They recently replaced th’ original 30 year old barnacle-covered PVC liner.
When just young bucs’, Willie Sieh, Jeff Graft, a former college football player, and twin-brother Brad Graft, a former Marine Officer, worked swabbing the decks on Pirate’s Cove vessels throughout the lands and across the seas. Slowly, they earned their keep, and through their labors were able to accumulate booty enough to take the helm of a fleet of ships. Along with a trusted band of scalaways, their reputation grew and their fleet prospered.
Click th’ image below to spy wit’ ye eye what 30 years ‘o piratin’ success looks like.
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Atlantic Lining Company installed a floating cover for a drinking water reservoir in Lynn, MA.
EPI fabricated 200,060 sq ft of NSF- G1 Certified 60Mil reinforced polypropylene for this job.
In drinking water reservoirs, floating covers protect the water from contamination, evaporation, and the loss of water treatment chemicals (such as chlorine).
Reinforced Polypropylene provides a versatile flexible geomembrane liner.
The unique three ply construction with a combination of custom fabric reinforcement encapsulated by extruded high performance polypropylene provides a strong, resistant liner.
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COMANCO Environmental has recently begun deployment of PVC liner for Agrium Mine in Southeast Idaho.
Agrium, mines and processes phosphate, potash and nitrogen fertilizers that help U.S. farmers feed the world.
EPI fabricated over a million sq ft of PVC liner and geotextile for seven separate ponds and three separate ditches.
Also PVC rub sheets, ballast tubes, and access ladders for the ponds were fabricated by EPI.
The COMANCO team installated 1 million SF of PVC, 400,000 SF of 8oz geotextile, and 7,400 LF of strip drains.
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Couple team members from EPI, spent a couple days in Mancelona, at EPI’s old plant, digging up old test pond liners. The first three liners, 36 Mil XR5, 50 Mil PVC and 30 Mil PVC were placed 27 years ago in 1986. The liners vary in product type, age and supplier. It was a dirty job but stay tuned to learn more about the process and testing
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