Grouting inclusions

Ground improvement using small means

Used to treat sandy, silty or clayey, damp or saturated soils, the compaction grouting technique involves grouting a highly viscous mortar under pressure, following a specific grid pattern established according to the nature of the soil and the objectives sought, so as to achieve horizontal static densification.

A tried and tested, economical and flexible technique, it also reduces the potential for liquefaction in the event of an earthquake.

Unlike other techniques, it can be used under existing buildings.

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