neat cement grout

neat cement grout

[′nēt si′ment ‚grau̇t]
(materials)
Grout made from a mixture of cement and water.

neat cement grout

1. A fluid mixture of hydraulic cement and water, with or without admixture.
2. The hardened equivalent of such mixture.
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Neat cement grout was mixed in the CG-500 unit, with each hole consuming 55 liters of grout pumped into the strata through tubes.