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Concrete Segment Polyurethane Injection

By Chris on 09-24-2019

Leaking concrete segments are injected with polyurethane grout in a tunnel that was created by a tunnel boring machine. The grout used was Hyperflex, which is injected as a liquid. The liquid material reacts with moisture and creates a hydrophobic foam to stop the infiltration. ... Read More

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Tags:   TBM Segment Concrete Injection Seal leak Tunnel Grouting Polyurethane 


Injection Into Steel

By Chris on 08-22-2019

Injecting polyurethane grout into steel is not as common as concrete injection, however it can still yield great results. The biggest difference being an injection port instead of a traditional packer. This port was created by first welding a threaded coupler near the leaking area. A magne... Read More

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Tags:   steel polyurethane injection sheet pile water control 


A Unique Grouting Setup

By Chris on 02-06-2019

Parent company Sub-Technical, Inc was called in to reinforce a SealGuard customer on a grouting job that became too overwhelming.  Upon arrival, Sub-Technical employees couldn’t help but notice their pumping setup.  After 20 plus years of polyurethane grouting experience, t... Read More

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Tags:   Hyperflex Chemical Grout Pump Airless Paint Sprayer  


14 Year Old Grout Still Impresses

By Chris on 03-05-2018

SealGuard, Inc., manufacturer of SealGuard II polyurethane grout, recently received an interesting call from a customer. The customer stated that he found a SealGuard II starter kit in their warehouse with a date of 2004 marked on the box. Apparently, the employee who purchased it origi... Read More

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Tags:   water control polyurethane grout injection 


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