Eliminate water leaks into sewer lines and manholes by treating broken joints and cracks.
For Tie Back Anchors
Make tie-back anchors in a short time of high strengths in loose soils.
For Deep Excavations, Slurrywalls and Seawalls
Seal Leaks and wash-out through joints.
Retain wall with tieback anchors.
Underpinning of foundations.
For Tunnels & Subways
Stop water seepage.
Stabilize ground at headings to prevent crown collapse.
Seal tunnel segment joints.
For Concrete and Masonry Dams
Seal leakages in fractured rock abutments and in concrete or masonry structures.
For Earth & Rock Filled Dams
Cut off water leakages through drain foundation by forming a grout curtain in fractured bedrock and alluvium deposits.
Stop water infiltration and prevent winter ice build up.
Pregrout aquifers prior to shaft sinkings.
Sealing of Voids in Concrete Construction
Resin reacts almost immediately with the water. Due to the expansion of resin it forms a "fluid wedge" and blocks the leakage. Because resin is a mechanical sealant, the usual bond obstructing conditions like dust, moisture etc . . . have no influence.
Even gushing leakages can be sealed without it being necessary to block the hydraulic pressure.
In little cracks (pouring seams, etc . . .) the reaction mechanism of resin takes care of the marginal filling of the cracks.
Due to the very quick chemical reaction the results are immediately visible.
If you have soil with groundwater flow or low permeability, when the groundwater level fluctuates constantly or when a high strength of soil is required.
Its uses include: