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Intake Shaft Water Leak

By Chris on 05-26-2020

Pictured is the looking down view of a high-pressure water leak, in an intake shaft of a mine. The water intrusion was 200 feet below the surface, and forceful enough to hit the other side of the shaft. Within the smaller box shows the leak sealed off. This was done with the polyurethane g... Read More

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Tags:   water control mine shaft high pressure  leak 


Curtain Grouting with Lances

By Chris on 11-05-2019

In many situations, controlling water infiltration from inside the structure is not an option.  These concrete waste tanks were allowing groundwater to enter, creating a substantial expense for the treatment plant.  The solution was to curtain grout the exterior walls of the stru... Read More

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Tags:   curtain grounting polyurethane infiltration sewage treatment 


Retaining Pond Standpipe

By Chris on 10-10-2018

Mine discharge was infiltrating an overflow flow pipe located in a retention pond.  The continuous flow of the contaminated water was causing environmental concerns at the exit location.  Using the polyurethane grout Hyperflex, grouting contractor Sub-Technical was able to stop t... Read More

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Tags:   AMD Retention Pond Overflow Pipe Repair Infiltration 


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