Carlisle SynTec Systems Introduces AquaTough Rubber Pond Liner

Published on August 18, 2014

Carlisle SynTec Systems is pleased to announce the introduction of its AquaTough™ rubber pond liner for residential applications. Durable, flexible and easy to install, Carlisle’s fish-friendly AquaTough pond liners are ideal for use in a wide range of water features, including koi ponds, fountains, and waterfalls.

AquaTough rubber pond liners are specifically designed to resist microbe and algae growth, ozone and UV exposure and harsh weather conditions for a dependable, long-lasting performance. Environmentally friendly AquaTough pond liners create aesthetic appeal, require virtually no maintenance, and can easily be molded to almost any size and shape for use in even the most creative waterscapes.

Additionally, Carlisle’s AquaTough rubber pond liners provide unmatched J-Tear protection; the membrane will only tear in the direction of a cut for a short distance before changing direction and curving back on itself, instead of continuing down the length of the membrane. J-Tear protection improves ease of installation and prevents cuts at the membrane edge from becoming tears in the pond liner.

AquaTough pond liners are backed by Carlisle’s proven track record of quality, innovation, and technical expertise. Carlisle’s 50-plus years of EPDM manufacturing expertise provides consumers with peace of mind that their backyard oases will be protected for years to come.

[box]For more information, call 800/479-6832 or visit **www.carlislesyntec.com**[/box]

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