Waterproofing and protection of concrete
Determined at time of order
CLASSIFICATION OF THE MIXTURE
2.1.1 Classification In Accordance With GHS (5th Edition)
Skin Irrit. 2: H315 Causes skin irritation.
Eye Dam. 1: H318 Causes serious eye damage.
Skin Sens. 1: H317 May cause an allergic skin reaction.
STOT SE 3: H335 May cause respiratory irritation.
STOT RE 2: H373 May cause damage to respiratory organs through prolonged or repeated exposure.
Grout/mortar injection technology [Compatible Injected Fill (CIF)]
Masonry Grout Injection technology uses a specialized formulation of structural compounds that are injected into the voids of failing and otherwise non-compliant and structurally deficient masonry structures.
When used in conjunction with our proprietary microcrystalline formulation, this contemporary process heals masonry walls and foundations. Primarily used in historic or otherwise deteriorating structures; masonry, brick and stone is reinforced to meet and will likely exceed current code requirements.
This fast, very economical and efficient process boosts the seismic integrity of damaged or deteriorating masonry walls. The process is excellent for use on porous foundations to completely eliminate the opportunity for water problems.
The process involves the drilling of simple injection ports at predetermined points within the perimeter of the area to be repaired. The grout formulation is injected into the voids and the microcrystals expand to completely fill the voids. Once cured, the repair can be certified as a monolithic structure.
The Masonry Grout Injection team includes engineers and restoration veterans. These experts have years of experience working on historic projects and stabilizing cracked, damaged or substandard walls bringing them up to code without compromising the historic fabric of the site.