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Probe Grouting Files

Brochure: Ultrafine Cementitious Grout

Published Year: 2022

  • Ultrafine Cementitious Grouts from US Grout

Flyer: Seawall Rehabilitation with Urethane Grouts

Published Year: 2019

  • Seawall Rehabilitation with Urethane Grouts

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.

Flyer: Foundation Grout Solutions

Published Year: 2012

  • AvantiGrout - multiple grout solutions for stabilizing soil and controlling groundwater - before, during and after construction.

Flyer: Geotechnical Project Overview

Published Year: 2011

  • A brief list of sample geotechnical projects where Avanti's grouts have been successfully used.

Flyer: Stops Leaks in Concrete Structures

Published Year: 2011

  • Avanti International chemical grouts can stop leaks in: cracks or joints, precast structures, dams and reservoirs, mines and tunnels, and manholes.

White Paper: The Role of Chemical Grouting in Wastewater Systems

Published Year: 2011

  • The Role of Chemical Grouting in Wastewater Systems: How to Reduce I&I and Prevent Structural Damage with Intelligent Use of Chemical Grout

Magazine Article: Pre-Excavation Grouting of Contact Zone and Rock Formation

Published Year: 2009

  • The EPA has cited combined sewer overflow (CSO) discharges as a significant source of pollution to the nation's surface waters.

Magazine Article: Using Grout to Lock Pollution in Place

Published Year: 1998

  • In Pennsylvania, Rembco used grouting to contain oil leaking under an oil refinery’s sea wall. The concrete wall had been constructed on top of old wharf piling. Over time, tidal action caused erosion, resulting in leakage at the wall’s base.

Case Study: Grouting Saves Effluent Pipeline and Maintains Plant Operations

Published Year: 1996

  • During a routine facility inspection at a major West Coast paper plant in Canada, a small leak appeared near the shoreline where an underground 42-inch fiberglass reinforced plastic pipe carried effluent to diffusers in the ocean.

Magazine Article: 72-Inch Pipe Stabilized With Chemical Grout

Published Year: 1994

  • At a paper mill in Alabama, a weakened joint was found in a six foot diameter pipe carrying more than two millions gallons per hour of effluent.