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Plastic Wall Panel - HDPE


SKU MM-HDPE-36-40-100

Our HDPE plastic wall panel material can be installed in a wide variety of different settings ranging from home garages, to commercial dog kennels. The material is flexible enough to be shipped in roll form which allows for easier handling and more convenient delivery than large rigid panels. The HDPE material is waterproof and can act as a water barrier to prevent damage to drywall and wood from frequent water exposure. The wall panels are puncture and tear resistant and are also UV resistant, allowing for both outdoor and indoor installations. The paneling can be attached to nearly any type of material using washers and screws (not included). Our HDPE plastic is manufactured in the USA and ships from Kansas City.

Material Thickness:
40 mil = 3/64”
60 mil = 1/16”
80 mil = 5/64”
100 mil = 3/32”

Note: Our HDPE plastic is only available in roll widths up to 60 inches.

Please note that we are unable to provide custom roll lengths.


We also offer rigid HDPE in 48" x 96" sheets in both black and white colors.

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Product Info

  • Model: HPDE
  • Material: High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
  • Size: Various
  • Free Shipping
  • Need a written quote? Request Online
  • Questions?  Call (800) 604-5537

Product Benefits

  • Waterproof
  • Commercial Grade
  • UV Resistant
  • Non-Biodegradable
  • Will Not Rot or Mildew
  • Resistant to Rodent and Insect Damage
  • 100 Year Material Lifespan
  • Made in the USA

Connecting HDPE Pieces

There are two ways to connect multiple pieces of HDPE together. One method is to overlap the HDPE and use our double sided seam tape to connect the two pieces. The other method is to butt the ends together and use our 17 mil single sided seam tape to create a solid connection.


Overlap Method
(for underground installations)

The overlap method is best used when connecting two pieces of HDPE in a buried application. Due to the overlap, a ridge is exposed which is not ideal when installed in exposed vertical or flat installations in high traffic areas as there is a possibility of an object catching on the ridge and pulling the two pieces apart.

In a below ground installation, the large overlap area provides a more water resistant connection as well as enhanced protection against tree and plant root intrusion.

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End to End Method
(for exposed installations)

When installing HDPE on a wall, floor or anywhere that is exposed, the end to end method provides a secure connection and does not leave any ridges exposed to potential catching by a person or object.

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  • All HDPE rolls ship for free (standard ground, see map)
  • Call: (800) 604-5537 for pricing and shipping questions.

    Shipping estimates shown on the map pertain to this specific product only. HDPE orders typically ship same day if the order is placed before 12:00 noon CST. Transit times displayed in the map are listed in business days, and are approximate. Transit times are subject to stock levels at regional warehouses.  The day that the order is shipped is not counted as a transit day.

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    About HDPE Plastic

    We all use plastic just about every day of the week. The glasses we wear on our faces, drinking water from a plastic bottle, the containers that hold and store our food, and even the plastic case on our cell phones. One form of plastic you might not know that much about is HDPE plastic or High-Density Polyethylene. HDPE is the most popular form of plastic used in all manufacturing fields because of its flexibility and recyclable benefits. Learning everything you can about HDPE will show you how very important this product is and how it's used throughout our lives. First and foremost, you are using this form of plastic probably every day and don't even know it!

    Plastic Piping

    Large Plastic Pipes

    What Is Plastic

    Although the question is simple and straight to the point, it's a very difficult question to answer. Plastic comes in a variety of applications and is known as a synthetic or semi-synthetic material that is used in thousands of ways. Plastic is in the clothes we wear, in the cars we drive, in containers for food, and is found throughout our homes.

    Your children's toys are made from plastic, it's found in medical equipment, and the screens on our televisions and computers. Plastic is an organic material like wood, wool, and paper. There are many natural goods used for the production of plastic including coal, cellulose, natural gas, crude oil, and salt. Plastic is extremely popular because of its adaptability for use in a variety of industrial and consumer applications. Due to its low density, it's lightweight in comparison to glass.

    In general, polymers offer good thermal and electrical insulation and are used to transmit electricity when needed. HDPE is resistant to many chemicals that can easily harm other materials. Some are translucent and therefore great for making optical instruments. HDPE can be molded into simple as well as complicated shapes for use in so many plastic goods. This plastic can be made with a combination of features for so many purposes.

    It's used for a number of applications due to its desirable properties including:

    • Packaging
    • Electronics
    • Healthcare
    • Transportation
    • Agriculture
    • Building & Construction
    • Energy
    • Sports & Leisure

    HDPE is one of the strongest, most adaptable, and popular kinds of plastic on the market and is therefore being used more often. Back to the original question, what is plastic?

    High-density polyethylene (HDPE), is a very strong plastic used to create jugs and bottles for a short period of time. Look for the number “2” inside the three-arrow recycling symbol to find out if the product is HDPE plastic.

    Anytime you have walked through your grocery store, you have seen HDPE plastic everywhere.

    While HDPE is used for milk and juice containers, it's also used for a huge range of different containers and packaging materials. HDPE is one of the most popular plastics in the manufacturing industry. HDPE is also a very popular choice because its environmentally friendly which adds value to the product. Bottles used for soaps, detergents, shampoos, and conditioners are a few examples using HDPE. HDPE is also used for toys, outdoor signs, outdoor furniture, drain pipes, and the list goes on and on.

    The Reason HDPE Is So Popular

    HDPE is so popular because it's used for so many reasons From food services to public settings, retail services, as well as hotels and resorts. Everyone is using HDPE because HDPE supports the environment, many more companies are now reaching out to use this product. HDPE is recyclable and can be made into composite wood and plastic lumber. They are made from post-consumer products and are recyclable at the end of their use.

    Creating HDPE plastic takes less energy than is needed to produce steel from iron ore or other materials. In turn, it helps out the planet by being recyclable and environmentally friendly. On top of that, whatever is made with HDPE is very strong and can withstand time. Looking at it in a clearer light, over 115 million milk jugs are recycled every year for making HDPE plastic. Over 8 to 10 recycled milk jugs make up for the production of HDPE plastics. As you can see, the making of HDPE plastic really does help out the planet by taking trash and turning it into a new product.

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    Recyclable HDPE Bottles

    Jugs made of HDPE

    Plastic Containers

    In Conclusion

    Now that you have read this article, you know all plastics are not the same. HDPE plastic will not only save you money over the long haul but you will be helping out the planet as well.

    HDPE is so much more than an environmentally friendly plastic. It's lightweight, incredibly strong, and resists harm upon impact. Toys and other products will not fall apart from wear and tear. Also, HDPE plastic resists mold, mildew, rotting, and the infestation of insects. It's very popular among many industries including construction and piping. HDPE plastics can be molded into any shape, any position, or object to work well with any future product.

    This product is adaptable and can work in almost any situation and is great for so many projects. The incredible benefits of using HDPE plastic continues to grow every year and why more and more companies and industries are turning to HDPE plastic for producing their products.

    HDPE plastic will withstand the weight of plastic bags removing the trash or buying your puppy's toys that will be put through a lot of abuse. Children and pets can take their toll on standard plastic but will not phase HDPE Plastic.

    HDPE plastic not only helps out the planet but also anyone who chooses it over other materials.