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2 October 2019 - 16:32, by , in Uncategorized, No comments
Swimming Pools / Containment Vessels 1: Using a dark food coloring, release along the length of the suspected crack. You will then be able to see exactly where and at what rate water is leaving through the crack.   2: Using HyperFlex, slowly release over the areas that are drawing water. The HyperFlex will be...
2 October 2019 - 14:51, by , in concrete repair, No comments
    Sealing Sheet Pile with Polyurethane Grout A) Injecting Grout into a Leaking Sheet Pile Joint With an air powered drill, drill 1/8” hole to intersect the void that is leaking. Pack the joint with material (burlap or rags) to slow the infiltration. Use a flat screwdriver to wedge the material in further. Tap...
2 October 2019 - 14:30, by , in concrete repair, No comments
For situations where very high, fast water flows are leaking from a crack, defective pipe seal or hole. It is very fast reacting so the water flow will not wash it out before reacting. Required Equipment Hammer Drill and 5/8 inch drill bit Dual Component Caulking Gun Tube Set with Static Mixer Burlap, Wedges, or...
2 October 2019 - 10:06, by , in concrete repair, No comments
  1. Locate leak after a rain storm by walking around the waters edge. Stirring up mud and silt as you go. You will notice this will get drawn into the hole when you get near it. Pond will obviously stop leaking after water level drops below the hole. 2. Mix 4 parts to 1...
1 October 2019 - 17:52, by , in concrete repair, No comments
Shaft Liner Solutions     The freeze thaw cycle and ground pressures deteriorate concrete shaft liners. Water intrusion and hazardous ice conditions are inevitable. However, it can be controlled by injection. Polyurethane grout and sub-technical.  
1 October 2019 - 17:48, by , in concrete repair, No comments
1. Insert Packer into Bore 2. Inflate & close Nitrogen valve 3. Close water shut off 4. Connect injection line 5. Open water shut off valve 6. Pump to pressure rise, sealing 7. Disconnect injection line  
1 October 2019 - 17:35, by , in concrete repair, No comments
1 October 2019 - 17:30, by , in concrete repair, No comments
 
1 October 2019 - 17:22, by , in concrete repair, No comments
1: Drill hole     2: Insert pipe into hole.     3: Attach T adapter to end of pipe. Open T valve     4: Introduce our Product.     5: Using a drill rig with a ‘Pig’ of corresponding diameter attached to the end of the drill steel, push the pig forward the...
1 October 2019 - 16:52, by , in concrete repair, No comments
Safety – Safety Glasses and Chemical Resistant Gloves should be worn when handling or using product. Cleaning – The surfaces to be joined should be cleaned and free of loose debris Surface Preparation – Both surfaces should be wetted with fresh water. Surfaces should be wet but with no standing water. Application – Product should...