Overcoming the disadvantages of hand repointing, pressure pointing is especially appropriate for water eroded joints on culverts, spillways, dams, etc. Complete infill and good compaction is achieved rapidly and consistently.
Pressure grouting is the process of pumping cement grout into the soil beneath structures that are experiencing abnormal settlement. We pumped grout through steel pipe injectors (needles) that have been jetted or driven into the weak soil beneath a building or other structure.
A range of pointing mortars formulated and tested to be compatible with all recognised types of pressure pointing equipment available today, as well as for use in most environments.
Both chemical and cementitious grouting is carried out by A&A Concrete Repair Ltd for filling structural voids and strengthening foundations.
is the process of pumping a cement or chemical grout into soft or weak strata of soil or voids. This grout fills these voids, thus stabilizing and strengthening the soil. Pressure Grouting has many applications. One of these includes support for existing structures or where foundations have shifted