Our cementitious grouts are ideal (economical, effective, enduring, and non-hazardous) for improving the soil character and function of many geotechnical challenges. Once injected into the soil, the grout works for centuries.stabilizing weak soil structure, imparting load-bearing compressive strength, and sealing against leachate within almost any soil type—even the fine-grained soils that defeat effective penetration by other grouts.
Typical Applications For Cementitious Grouts
Soil stabilization,groundwater control,soil strengthening applications
Large-scale civil projects
Cementitious grouts are used for a wide variety of civil-scale construction projects. To stabilize soil or control groundwater, these substantial constructs require a significant amount of grout, and cost efficiencies mean cementitious grouts are typically the first consideration.
With the grand scope and significant costs embraced by large-scale civil undertakings, the condition of the soil around and beneath the project is a critical component that demands careful consideration. Improving the performance of the soil with injectable grouts is a common solution for a variety of geotechnical needs. In the case of levees, earthen dams, and in-place waste encapsulation, the soil itself serves as the structural media. In other projects, such as subway and mining tunnels, vertical shafts, below-ground structures, and waste and settlement ponds, injected grout serves to stabilize, strengthen, and curtain-off groundwater, rendering such projects viable in almost any soil type or soils-structure condition.
Commercial Construction Projects
No matter the size of a construction project, the cost of buying both in-soil performance and performance longevity matters. Grout microfine and ultrafine cementitious grouts are economical, permanent, environmentally low-impact, safe to use, and geologically effective in a wide range of soil types.