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AV-100 Chemical Grout Files

2015 UCT Paper: Eliminating Infiltration Requires a Holistic Approach in Naperville, Illinois

Published Year: 2015

  • In April 2013, Chicago and its neighboring suburbs experienced a 100-year rain event resulting in extensive flooding, sewer system surcharges, and basement back-ups.

Article: Strategic, Cost-Effective I&I Reduction in Wisconsin

Published Year: 2015

  • Wauwatosa’s short term solution - chemical grouting of sewer lateral connections to reduce I&I - has worked out so well that long-term efforts may not be needed at all.

2014 iSTT Paper: Pipe Grouting Longevity Effectiveness Evaluation

Published Year: 2014

  • These grouting projects were implemented using specifications largely consistent with the new NASSCO grouting specifications. This paper will review the requirements for testing and grouting under which the original work was done.

2014 No-Dig Paper: Pipe Grouting Longevity Effectiveness Evaluation

Published Year: 2014

  • There have been many debates regarding the long term effectiveness of a sewer grouting approach. ARCADIS selected 12 sewer segments that had been grouted under various sewer rehab projects for which detailed records of testing and grouting were collected.

AV-100 Chemical Grout (Acrylamide) Technical Manual

Published Year: 2014

  • AV-100 Chemical Grout (Acrylamide) Technical Manual

Magazine Article: Efficient, Economical Grout Solution for Downers Grove

Published Year: 2014

  • Reducing sewer line I&I with grouting allows Downers Grove Sanitary District (DGSD) to avoid major repair expenses.

2013 WEFTEC Paper: Sealing Annular Space and Lateral Connections with Chemical Grouts

Published Year: 2013

  • Acrylamide chemical grout has been used successfully for over 40 years to reduce groundwater infiltration by sealing leaks and joints in mainline and lateral sanitary sewer systems.

White Paper: Cement Grout vs. Chemical Grout

Published Year: 2013

  • Cement Grout vs. Chemical Grout: Which One to Use, When, and Why. A White Paper providing guidance to the Geotechnical Community

News: Mitigating Inflow Due to Both Primary and Secondary Permeability in Mining

Published Year: 2013

  • Groundwater infiltration can be due to either primary or secondary permeability. When both types of permeability are present, mitigation requires versatility and cooperation between multiple project participants.

NASSCO Spec: Performance Specification Guideline for Manhole Rehabilitation

Published Year: 2013

  • NASSCO Performance Spec for Manhole Rehab

Magazine Article: When 'Old School' is the Right School

Published Year: 2013

  • Combined Grout, CIPP Effective Solution for Granite City, Illinois

Magazine Article: To Grout Or Not To Grout?

Published Year: 2013

  • Groundwater can bring an underground mining operation to its knees, but it can be controlled with ingenuity, co-operation and grout expertise

Magazine Article: Sorting Out the Grout

Published Year: 2013

  • Tunnel contractors can choose whether to use cement or chemical grouts. To help them out, Britt Babcock discusses both types, which to use, when to use them and why...and an idea of how much it will all cost.

AV-100 (Acrylamide) Chemical Resistance Data

Published Year: 2013

  • AV-100 (Acrylamide) Chemical Resistance Data

2012 No-Dig Paper: Cured in Place Liner Defects - Three Studies of Installed Liner Performance

Published Year: 2012

  • Over the last 6 years, Malcolm Pirnie has conducted a monitoring program of cured in place mainline liners and lateral liners to assess the affect of various variables on long term liner quality, especially with regard to liner porosity/pinhole leakage.