Two Component Polyurethane Grouting

Two component polyurethane grouting is a procedure used for filling voids and obtaining densification of soils by means of soil displacement. Two component polyurethane injection has become the industry standard used worldwide for the past 20 years for densification under concrete structures and roadways while lifting and realigning. Two component polyurethane injection grouting occurs under higher pressures and the material expands rapidly to fill voids and displace soil. This product must be used beneath structures or roadways in order to have something to push against to create the necessary compression for complete remediation.