Structural Water Control
Despite the best efforts of architects, engineers, and contractors, concrete structures sometimes move in unanticipated places, and cracks appear. If the movement which caused the crack stops, the crack plane becomes stable. However, many cracks do not stabilize. Instead, they continue to move throughout the life of the structure due to thermally-induced forces within the structure, or due to the soil moisture changes.
For over 40 years, chemical grout has been used to stop leaks in basements, commercial buildings, dams, manholes, parking garages, reservoirs, storage tanks, subways, tunnels, wastewater treatment plants, and many other structures.