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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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Using remote packer technology aided by closed-circuit television (CCTV), the grouting process occurs from within the pipe by injecting a two-component resin with a predetermined gel-time through the pipe joint or defect and into the surrounding soil, creating an impermeable seal and stabilizing surrounding soil.
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.
Since we completed the grouting, the basin has not had a single overflow, and surcharges have been minimal," McWade said.
Two hours after grouting, wipe the haze off the tiles with microfiber cloths.
According to Don Mack, technical director, Avanti International (Webster, Texas), the three most important aspects of a successful grouting program are: 1) well-written specifications, 2) a skilled applicator, and 3) a planned grouting program that applies a methodical approach to each drainage basin in your system.
Avoid this problem by grouting small areas at a time.
Although chemical grouting has been used successfully for many years, some municipalities have not accepted it as a permanent pipeline rehabilitation technique.
Contact CUES to check out our new "Easy Grout" computerized grouting system
not, to if 27cm save so an After grouting, you may find that tiny holes appear in the grout lines.