concrete grout

concrete grout

Concrete that contains no coarse aggregate.
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The Coal Authority says that concrete grout was pumped into the unrecorded mine workings that had collapsed under one area of the estate in an attempt to stabilise the ground.
According to the Cihan news agency, while concrete grout was being poured at a construction site of a mosque being built in KahramanmaraE-' OnikiE-ubat district the dome of the structure collapsed at around 11 a.m.
But the study's findings suggest that an alternative three-step solution, that stores the waste 'raw' with concrete grout inside a shielded container, is ample.
Caissons were installed to bedrock around the perimeter of the church and concrete grout was injected into them to ensure permanent stability.
"To stop loss of circulation," says Foltz, "we pumped 15 cubic yards of concrete grout downhole, let it set for 24 hours, and resumed drilling.
Every other shaft was rein forced with a steel H-pile, and the shafts were filled with concrete grout to form a wall.
ZONGULDAK (CyHAN)- Villagers who volunteered in mosque instruction in Turkish northwestern province of Zonguldak's Erey-li district converted a tractor into crane by adding a special handmade kit to the wheel to lift the sand and concrete grout to the top of the building.
Again, air-carried concrete grout was used to join the bench and chimney.
For this reason, a Cellufoam geotechnical concrete grout, produced under license from Cellufoam Concrete Systems, was selected.