Technology that provides superior soil stabilization with immediate results, less down time, more convenience and cost effective than older methods.
How It Works
Liquid Polyurethane Grout is injected through rods that are driven through ground surfaces where voids have been created due to alluvial soil erosion, sinking and water infiltration. Once the grout has been injected into the space, it expands and hardens, dispersing surrounding water and permeating the soil; this results in stronger ground support, water control and less settlement. The lightweight form of Polyurethane Grout, before injection, can be transported with ease to difficult locations and its low viscosity makes it ideal when filling voids at great depths and lengths, so less drilling time is required. Polyurethane Grout is resistant to salt, non-flammable, non-toxic and environmentally safe.