Pressure Cement Grouting, is a grouting process that fills pores in granular soil or voids in rock or soil, with grout injected as a flowable medium. Depending on the application, cement grout is injected under pressure at strategic locations via a single or multiple ports. It is essential that the particle size of the grout being introduced is aligned with the site-specific geotechnical conditions; this permits the cement grout to enter the pores or voids effectively. Once treated the grouted mass has an increased strength and stiffness, and reduced permeability.
Jet grouting is a grouting technique that soil mixes the in situ stratum to create a soilcrete (grouted soil). A specific grout blend is created to mix with the soil and transform the existing geotechnical characteristics.See all Grouting techniques