Chemical Grouting

Chemical grouting is a general term that empasses many polyurethane products that provide several benefits over traditional cementitious grout. The application will always determine which product is most appropriate. In general, these materials will set up faster, require less footprint, and be less disruptive than a similar cemeticious approach.


Applications for chemical grouting include

  • Consolidating loose or poorly compacted soils beneath a slab
  • Stabilize to prevent further ground movement
  • Seal water inflows through concrete or soil
  • Raise structural members (slab, column, etc.) of a structure
  • Compaction Grouting
  • Permeation Grouting
  • Curtain Walls




Click the following pressure grouting topics for more information...

Concrete Slab Jacking

Compaction Grouting

Cellular Grouting

Chemical Grouting

Permeation Grouting

Sinkhole Repair and Void Fill

Annular Space Grouting

Slush Grouting


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