cement grout

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1. Mortar containing a considerable amount of water so that it has the consistency of a viscous liquid, permitting it to be poured or pumped into joints, spaces, and cracks within masonry walls and floors, between pieces of ceramic clay, slate, and floor tile, and into the joints between preformed roof deck units.
2. In foundation work, mixtures of cement, cement-sand, clay, or chemicals; used to fill voids in granular soils, usually by a process of successive injection through drilled holes.
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On surface, a contractor is injecting a chemical and cement grout over a wide area of the old open pit to prevent any further mud or water inflow to the underground workings.
Acrylamide-based solution grout meets these requirements and was determined to be the most suitable grout to permeate the soils in the contact zone and to fill fine fissures not amenable to cement grout within the bedrock.
Specialized cement grout then is injected into the annular space between the outside of the liner tube and the host pipe wall.
After an initial chapter on safety, he covers cement grouts, mixers, pumps, power options, power transmission, and grout delivery systems.
This next-generation grout solution cures with exceptional hardness, similar to cement grouts, while delivering superior color consistency and high stain resistance characteristics of epoxy grout.
Ordinary cement grouts are susceptible to discoloring, a particular hazard on a working kitchen countertop.