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Injection of grouting hoses
The systematically installed injection hoses into the construction joints get grouted after the atrophy of the concrete is finished. First setting of the concrete is presumed.

  • Sealing of construction joints

Crack injection

As crack injection shall be understood the filling of cracks in reinforced concrete buildings or brickwork by means of grouting with mineral based materials or resins.

  • Flexible crack injection
  • Solid structure crack injection
  • Upgrate of expansion joints

Stopping of water inrush

In the case of damp proofing work and renovation in the area of ingressing water, e.g. during tunnelling and in underground car parks, water frequently penetrates the construction through fissures and faults.

  • Fast reacting and effective systems for immediate stopping of water inrush
  • Temporary and permanent systems available

Curtain injektion

The curtain grouting injection is employed whenever excavation
is not possible for technical or cost-effective reasons or if cracked building components are subject to considerable movement.

  • Sealing without digging
  • Waterproof up to 12 bar
  • Long-term tested, officially approved system
  • Adjustable to soil conditions

Polymer Stabilizing Geoinjection
Different injection materials are suitable for the stabilisation of dry and moist gravel and sand bases and hence to create ground stabilisation.

  • Large selection of products tested and approved for groundwater hygiene
  • Rapid-reacting systems with low fitting time
  • Solidifying and sealing effect in one operation
  • Approved in tunneling and civil engineering

Injection into masonry
In the case of injection into masonry the injection material is injected continuously via low pressure packers, which are in offset arrangement in the form of a grid, at low pressure (low pressure process). In this manner the faulty joints as well as the capillaries, pores and hollow cavities in the bricks are filled in with the injection material.

  • Acrylate gel
  • Polyurethane resin
  • Injection cement
  • Injection mortar
  • Pressureless injection
  • Post-applied horizontal barrier