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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 


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 


Tunnel Grouting after a TBM

By Chris on 08-27-2019

Tunnel boring with a TBM creates many opportunities for polyurethane grouting. For instance, the tail seal brushes of a tunnel boring machine are coated with grease to act as a water barrier, as ground water needs to be kept in the front of the machine. Over time the brushes wear out an... Read More

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Tags:   Tunnel water control. TBM  Boring Machine Polyurethane Grout Concrete 


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 


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 


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 


SealGuard Inc. Obtains ISO 9001:2015

By Chris on 09-19-2017

ISO 9001:2015 Certification Earned By SealGuard Inc. (Pittsburgh, PA) SRI Quality System Registrar is pleased to announce that it has recently awarded an ISO 9001:2015 Management System certificate to SealGuard Inc., located in Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, for the manufacture and distri... Read More

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Tags:   polyurethane grout ground control water 


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