Training on grouting equipment at mine site

Grouting Equipment On-site Training

Location: Chihuahua, MEXICO
Sector: Mines
Category: Cement Grouting

Description

An international mining company, with operations in Canada, Europe and Latin-America, contacted us to provide specialized training on grouting equipment.

One of our technicians traveled to a mine site, located in northern Mexico, to conduct training in Spanish to their personnel on the maintenance and use of their hydraulic grout plant.

During the training session, our specialist, as well as providing detailed theoretical information, also presented practical instructions on the proper maintenance, operation and safety precautions of the plant.

Additionally, guidelines for the safe operation on high-pressure grouting applications was an important part of the training session

leak sealing in underground chamber

Leak Sealing in an Underground Chamber

Location: Toronto, ON
Sector: Utilities
Category: Chemical Grouting, Crack Injection

Description

A utility contractor needed a permanent solution to fix an underground chamber that was prone to repeated flooding through leaking pipe penetrations.

Multiurethanes’ technicians used chemical grout to fill the annular space around the pipe penetration and fix the source of the water inflows.

cellular grouting infrastructure project

Cellular Grouting for Infrastructure Project

Location: Greater Toronto Area, ON
Sector: Infrastructure
Category: Cellular Grouting

Description

Assisted an infrastructure contractor with a cellular grouting operation to backfill relined culverts along Highway 407. A mix of cement slurry and foam agent was successfully placed using low-pressure grouting techniques to fill the annular space along the pipe.

cellular grouting for void filling annular space

Cellular Grouting for Void Filling Annular Space

Location: Toronto, ON
Sector: Utilities
Category: Cellular Grouting

Description

Our skilled technicians assisted a utility contractor with a cellular grouting operation to backfill underground casings, as part of the project to upgrade the Toronto’s electrical system. A mix of cement slurry and foaming agent was successfully used to fill the annular space along the pipes in the electrical installation.