Concrete is subject to thermal stresses that can create cracks. External stresses, such as the freezing and thawing cycles, wetting and drying cycles and usage of de-icing salts, strain concrete structures.
Our experts go to the root of the problem to determine the cause of the cracks and then propose tailor-made solutions.
Our injection methods
The injection methods we use the most often are the following:
- Epoxy or cement mortar surface sealing
- Low or high pressure injection of epoxy or polyurethane resin
- Plugging with polymer-based non-shrinking mortars
Certain cracks must be injected to slow degradation of the work, prevent water flow and return the concrete structure to its original structural capacities.
We use concrete injection to repair basins, reservoirs, foundation walls, expansion joints and concrete cores, as well as for ground stabilization.