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18 May 2022 - 10:18, by , in Grouting, No comments
Benefits of Waterproofing Grouting in Singapore Waterproofing grouting is an essential process in construction that helps ensure the structural integrity of buildings. Grouting is filling the gaps between bricks or tiles with a waterproof material, such as cement or epoxy. Waterproofing grouting helps prevent water from seeping into the cracks and causing damage to the...
17 May 2022 - 18:34, by , in Grouting, PU Grouting, No comments
Professional Bathroom PU Grouting Services in Singapore PU grouting involves injecting a PU (polyurethane) material into cracks or voids. It is used for various applications, including sealing leaks, filling gaps, and stabilizing unstable soils. It is a versatile and effective technique used in multiple construction projects. It is typically performed by trained and experienced professionals...
What is SwellCaulk? SwellCaulk is a single component caulk grade water-activated swelling waterstop and leak sealing paste used to stop water infiltration through cold joints (see definition below) and concrete construction joints. SwellCaulk is a hydro-active, hydrophilic polyurethane paste formulated to react with water by expanding its volume in a very controlled and steady fashion....
Balcony leaks are most often caused by failing waterproofing membranes. The most common cause is lack of proper and regular grout and sealer maintenance. Membranes create a barrier against water, and there are many areas where they can fail, including wall upturns, balustrades, drains, and anywhere water can enter. Any leaks, if left undetected or...
The Pressure Injection System The Pressure Injection System can be used for injecting cracks, cold joints, expansion joints and for soil stabilization. The system can be used to stop gushing water, to seal minorseepage, to regain structural integrity and to waterproof and strengthen almost any concrete ormasonry structure from the positive or negative side, below grade,...
20 May 2021 - 23:39, by , in Grouting, PU Grouting, PU Injection, No comments
Paint bubbles can form long after the paint has dried. Take steps to avoid this problem before it occurs. Paint blisters or bubbles occur when the paint film lifts from the underlying surface. The loss of adhesion between the paint film and surface is usually caused by heat, moisture or a combination of both. This...
20 May 2021 - 23:31, by , in Grouting, PU Grouting, PU Injection, No comments
After a big prep intensive paint job, blisters and bubbles are THE last things you want to see; but Paint peeling and blisters happen all the time; EVEN to professional painters. Latex and acrylic paint are especially prone to blistering and bubbling, but these problems can occur with any kind of fresh paint finish. They...
Filling cracks with injection grout is a useful procedure that helps provide waterproofing and corrosion protection for structural purposes. A variety of grouts are available on the market with different characteristics, properties and uses. Generally, grouts used for crack repair should have low viscosity, high bond strength, low shrinkage and high stability at the repair...
20 May 2021 - 18:29, by , in Grouting, PU Grouting, PU Injection, No comments
Civil engineering projects can take many forms, involving anything from tunnels and basements to roads and coastal protection structures. The one common element of these projects is the need for excellence. The business working on the project requires both professionals of a high standard and leading-edge material technology. While we can’t help with recruitment, our...
20 May 2021 - 18:19, by , in Grouting, No comments
Anyone who has ever tiled a bathroom or kitchen knows what grout is. It’s the mixture of liquid and solid to make a paste that fills the cracks in between the tiles and bonds them together, forming a watertight seal. It’s the most common way that home renovators use when working with tiling and it’s...
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