Chemical grout injection is a technique used in construction and engineering to stabilise soil, fill voids, and strengthen foundations. It involves injecting a chemical grout material into the ground to create a solid mass or barrier. This process is often used for retaining walls, soil stabilisation, repairing cracks in concrete structures, and preventing water infiltration. It’s an effective method for improving the stability and strength of the ground or structures.
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