chemical grout

chemical grout

A fluid used in the chemical stabilization of soils.
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Prime Resins grew rapidly and in 1990, Barton added a line of polyurethane chemical grout products.
If the structural integrity of the pipe, manhole, or lateral service is not sound, then joint sealing with chemical grout is the most efficient and economical choice.
That's when Pete Fleetwood, president of Bio-Nomic, suggested chemical grout.
The bell-and-spigot-type joints are periodically air-tested and sealed with the chemical grout upon discovery of failure.
When used to seal the lateral connection and annular space between a liner and host pipe, chemical grout prevents groundwater from entering the system through joints, cracks, and the space between the liner and host pipe.
Training," said Schantz, "includes everything from the Clean Water Act to grout packer construction and chemical grout safety.
As the popularity of trenchless technology continues to grow, engineers and contractors are finding that they can use chemical grout to solve a multitude of problems caused by poor soil or excessive water conditions.
If the structural integrity of the pipe, manhole or lateral service is not sound, then joint sealing with chemical grout is an efficient choice.
workers were injecting chemical grout to seal ``routine'' tunnel cracks near Vermont Avenue and Melrose Avenue when they smelled the gasoline vapors.
Pressure inject chemical grout around perimeter of RCP Joint at the catch basin.
An air compressor (5-10 SCFM), chemical grout, a water tank and a catalyst tank (plastic container) are the ancillary items required for this system.

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