Pressure grouting in a soil or rock mass is used to improve the strength and durability of the grouted mass. In cases where rock strata have developed fractures, voids, holes or even caves, grouting can be used to fill in the void spaces and increase the strength of the foundation or rock while also decreasing groundwater flow. This process is used in mine subsidence, sinkholes, diaphram walls, grout curtains, dam seepage remediation and many other applications.
The Judy Company uses the latest technology to monitor pressure in real time using a Grout Tracking system. This system uses pressure transducers, downhole packers and wireless transmission. Ultimately, grouting and formation characteristics can be measured through time and plotted for quick review and decision making.
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