grout hole

grout hole

[′grau̇t ‚hōl]
(engineering)
One of the holes in a grout curtain.
Any hole into which grout is forced under pressure to consolidate the surrounding earth or rock.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The grout hose discharges into the grout hole and the mixture flows by gravity into the annular space between the liner panels and the host pipe.
To insulate a single fracture there was a packer including a camera and a water-level measuring instrument placed into a grout hole. The pumping hole retained free.
Grout holes were cut into the liner at the crown, 10 o'clock, and 4 o'clock, at approximately ten-ft intervals.