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Horse Trailer Wall Liner


SKU OS-HDPE-18-30-100

Our Horse Trailer Wall Liner is a HDPE plastic that provides a puncture resistant, smooth, and long-lasting liner to your horse trailer. This product is available in 30 mil to 100 mil thickness options, and in various roll depths. It is waterproof and commercial grade.

The horse trailer wall liner has a 100 material lifespan when not in direct sunlight. It can be installed both vertically and horizontally. It is made in America.

Mil to Inches:
30 mil = 1/32” or .03”
40 mil = 3/64” or .04”
60 mil = 1/16” or .06”
80 mil = 5/64” or .08”
100 mil = 3/32” or .1”

We currently only supply HDPE plastic in a maximum roll width of 5’ (60”)

Product Info

  • Model: HPDE
  • Material: High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
  • Size: Various
  • Free Shipping
  • Need a written quote? Request Online
  • Questions?  Call (800) 731-8420

Product Benefits

  • Waterproof
  • Commercial Grade
  • UV Resistant
  • Non-Biodegradable
  • Will Not Rot or Mildew
  • Made in the USA


  • All HDPE rolls ship for free (standard ground, see map)
  • Call: (800) 731-8420 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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    If you are searching for the best plastic to use in food trays, pet toys, piping, applications that require a high strength plastic, look no further than high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic. HDPE is versatile, long-lasting, and resistant to many hazardous elements. On top of that, this plastic is recyclable, so you don't have to worry about products ending up in landfills and harming the planet. Before choosing the right material for your products or applications, you need to understand the differences between them. You are about to discover HDPE and why this plastic has become the most popular material on the market due to its excellent qualities and benefits. When you are ready, you will have the information you need to make a good decision.

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    About HDPE Plastic

    HDPE is the abbreviation for High-Density Polyethylene. This is a thermoplastic polymer that offers a rigid, sturdy, long-lasting material made from petroleum. This product is one of the most flexible plastic materials on the market to date. HDPE is known for its high-impact strength, resistance to chemicals, and low water absorption. These qualities will protect food from surrounding contaminations that might be present and protect outside furniture from the elements.

    You can use HDPE in different operations. When exposed to high heat and melted down, it can be molded into different shapes and forms for your products. Also, you can purchase HDPE sheets in a solid flat surface for various purposes including cutting boards or other surfaces for preparing food.

    The Various Applications For HDPE

    Because HDPE is safe for food, packaging made from HDPE will keep foods safe as well as in containers or trays made from HDPE. HDPE is great for keeping liquids protected such as water bottles or oil in HDPE containers or in storage tanks.

    Because HDPE is good for holding up against impact or friction, it's used in industrial applications like rails or guides in their facilities. This product is very popular in factories or processing plants that work with chemicals or corrosive materials. HDPE is an excellent choice because it will not break down when exposed to harmful elements. As HDPE is chemical-resistant, it's used to store chemicals and for pipes that distribute liquids throughout the facility.

    HDPE has become very popular in marinas due to low water absorption and resistance against high impacts. It's often used for trim, rails, and accessories for docks and boats. This material stands up well against outdoor elements and water impact. These are just a few examples of why HDPE is used at marinas. Across the board, HDPE can be used for any application that requires strength, and resistance against moisture or chemicals. As listed above, this material is extremely versatile making it a very popular choice but also for many other uses.

    HDPE Plastic Benefits

    HDPE has so much to offer outside of what we have gone over. There are benefits that keep companies and industries coming back for more including its incredible strength, its resistance to chemicals and water, and its flexibility.

    Strength is at the top of the list because HDPE can hold very heavy items as well as volumes of liquid without signs of wear or tear. Due to its incredible strength, HDPE offers an amazing strength-to-density ratio, meaning it will not break under pressure.

    HDPE's density means it will not absorb the material it holds and therefore makes it a perfect choice for containers holding water and uses in marine environments.

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    Adding to that fact, HDPE is resistant to mold, mildew, rotting, and corrosion. HDPE is extremely durable in many different applications because it's weather-resistant, will last a very long time, and is impenetrable to most solvents, acids, waxes, and greases. HDPE is approved for use in many industries. The FDA, USDA, and NSF have all approved industry-grade HDPE as a safe material for food. It can be used in containers or on surfaces preparing food that comes in direct contact without absorbing or leaking chemicals or other contaminants into the content.

    Along with HDPE's other positive features, in sheet form, it can remain stiff or molded into many shapes once it reaches the melting point. In sheet form, it can be worked using a variety of fabrications such as cutting, welding, riveting, routing, hot and cold forming, and deep drawing.