Pressure grouting is an integral part of Brennan’s geotechnical services. We often use pressure grout to fill cracks and voids and to control water seepage. This can be done both above and below the water to restore integrity to many types of structures. Pressure grouting increases the bearing capacity, consolidates structure interiors, and arrests water infiltration.
Pressure grouting is also used in soil stabilization to increase bearing capacity by forcing out infinitesimally small voids between grains of material. This application is typically used on foundations, earthen dams, footings, and floors. By pressure grouting soils, water infiltration can be virtually eliminated in several types of earthen structures.
Methods of Pressure Grouting:
- Cementitious Grouting
- Chemical Grouting (Polyurethanes, Silicates, Epoxies)