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EPDM Pond Liner

60 mil EPDM Pond Liner

  • Adapts readily to a variety of applications
  • Remains flexible in extreme temperatures
  • Contains no plasticizers that can crack & split
  • Readily accepts pipe and hose penetrations
  • Certified fish & wildlife safe
  • 25 Year Warranty
Add underlayment to your liner to make it a combo and receive a lifetime warranty Make it a combo
Add underlayment to your liner to make it a combo and receive a lifetime warranty Make it a combo
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Additional EPDM Liner Information

Limited Lifetime Warranty & 25 Year Warranty
Anjon Manufacturing warrants to the original purchaser that 45 mil LifeGuard EPDM Pond Liner™ will be free from defects in material and workmanship, and UV deterioration for — the lifetime of the product when installed with UnderGuard Geotextile Underlayment™, or for a period of 25 years if the liner is installed without UnderGuard Geotextile Underlayment™.
Certified Fish & Wildlife Safe
This liner has been tested and is certified fish and wildlife safe by Guardian Systems, Inc. Test results are published on manufacturer’s website.

Frequently Asked Questions

What size liner do I need?

The formula for sizing a pond liner is

A 12' long, 7' wide and 3' deep pond is...
12' + (2 * 3) +2' = 20' Long
7' + (2 * 3) + 2' = 15' Wide

How many gallons is my pond?

The formula for determining the number of gallons is:
Length * Width * Depth * 7.5 = Gallons

RADIUS * RADIUS * 3.14 * 7.485 = Gallons

12 * 12 * 3.14 * 7.485 = 3,384 Gallons

Upgrade by adding Underlayment

The biggest contributors to pond liners failing are poor, unstable soil conditions and rips and tears from rocks and boulders. Shifting soil creates pockets and voids under your pond liner, forcing it to stretch under the weight of the water. Rocks and boulders placed on and around your water feature create aesthetically pleasing visual focal points. They can also penetrate, tear and harm your liner. Underlayment adds an extra layer of protection between pond liner and rocky or unstable soils. It stabilizes soil to prevent air voids from forming between the liner and earth; reduces wear and abrasion from rocks and roots and extends the life of pond liner.

Liner Seam & Repair Kits

Seam Tape Semi-cured EPDM rubber, coated on both sides with a highly resistant and aggressive Butyl adhesive. Used to splice together two sheets of EPDM pond liner.
Flashing Tape Very flexible, uncured EPDM rubber, coated on one side with a resistant and aggressive Butyl adhesive. Stretches across wrinkles and around pipe penetrations. Use to cover (top-dress) EPDM pond liner seams.
Cover Tape
Cured EPDM rubber, coated on one side with a resistant and aggressive Butyl adhesive. Used on flat, non-stretching surfaces.
Primer / Splice Wash A low VOC solvent used to prepare, clean and prime EPDM sheets prior to applying peel and stick tapes.
Lap Sealant Self-leveling edge treatment used to ensure a leak-free, watertight seal when seaming together two sheets of EPDM pond liner.

Step by Step Support

Here at Half Off Ponds, we strive to make to work hard, so that it is easy for our customers to shop our store. We also provide tutorials and instructions for when you may need assistance. Repairing pond liner and running pipe through liner can be a little complicated, if you have never done it before. Check out our tutorial page for more information.