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Shrinking Concrete

By Chris on 11-02-2018

Concrete shrinks.  In this instance, it was allowing an unwanted transfer of water.  When constructed, this corrugated HDPE pipe was encased in concrete to limit erosion and to ensure that no back-flow could occur.  A back-flow valve was also placed inside the pipe.  Ho... Read More

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Tags:   shrinking concrete back-flow repair hyperflex polyurethane grout 


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 


SealGuard, Inc and DESOI will be at World of Concrete

By Chris on 11-30-2017

Representatives from both SealGuard, Inc. and DESOI will be at the World of Concrete this year.  The event will be held at the Las Vegas Convention center January 22-28, 2018.  SealGuard grouts and DESOI injection equipment will be on display for a first hand look.  W... Read More

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Tags:   World of Concrete Injection Equipment SealGuard  


Broken Sewer Lateral

By Chris on 06-15-2017

After a recent pipe lining, a sewer camera discovered that a lateral was leaking groundwater perfusly.  After excavation, it was discovered that a 3" section of the pipe was missing at the connection.  One set of SealGuard II fixed the problem and saved the township from ... Read More

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Tags:   Sewer Lateral Repair 


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