Pressure grouting, or simply grouting, involves injecting a grout material into an isolated pore or void space to fill up the gap. The configuration or the volume of the empty pocket is not known. The grout, depending on the situation/ environment, may be a chemical mixture such as cementations or resinous. The remarkable feature to pressure grouting is to improve the sustainability and durability of the soil and rock. The purpose of grouting can be either to strengthen or reduce water flow through a foundation. It is also used to adjust faults in concrete and brick structures. This method has been a practice since the 19th century. Grouting has been performed on the foundation of many internationally-known dams, working as a flexible filling to mend cracks and pockets in order to reduce porosity and sometimes to strengthen the foundation to support the weight of the overlying structure. Pressure grouting is a vital construction procedure for the safety of the building and is only practiced by specialist contractors, engineers around the world, and our team at Holland Environmental.
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