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grouting

[′grau̇d·iŋ]
(engineering)
The act or process of applying grout or of injecting grout into grout holes or crevices of a rock.

grouting

Filling the voids in or between aggregate, block, or tile with grout.
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In fact, the Infiltration Control Grouting Association (ICGA) is a dynamic and growing division of NASSCO.
When combined with its operational advantages, these properties have the potential to provide significant reductions in grouting time cost optimization for the foundations installation, whilst ensuring the durability of the grouted connection.
The platform was prepared for grouting by the client.
If the tiles are on an outside wall they will be a target for condensation and condensation brings black mould which mainly attacks the grouting between the tiles.
The treatability study is being performed to determine the efficacy of using in situ grouting for the in-ground treatment and encapsulation of buried radioactive mixed waste at the INEEL Subsurface Disposal Area on the DOE site.
In the event grouting must be halted, then by knowing the locations of these pipes grouting can be controlled.
DON'T risk ruining your tiling by getting the grouting wrong.
Start planning now for your opportunity to work hands-on with chemical grouting equipment at the next Grout Boot Camp.
Bear in mind that `fix & grout' - which uses the same substance for the adhesive and grouting - needs a space of 24 hours between sticking on the tiles and filling the gaps between them.
When the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) made funds available for "shovel-ready" infrastructure projects, the DGSD proposed a project to seal, by means of chemical grouting, a part of its system to reduce infiltration and inflows (I/I).
Before grouting, you usually have to wait 24 hours for the adhesive to set, during which time you mustn't walk on the tiles in case you move them.
Known as a dedicated businessman and an early pioneer of the trench-less technology industry, Magill was instrumental in the growth of municipal, industrial and geotechnical grouting and played an active role in many trade associations through the years.