Injection waterproofing

Injection waterproofing is a technology for protecting foundations, walls, supports of horizontal ceilings buried in the ground from water. The injection method makes it possible to make structures waterproof without requiring the dismantling of the building.

Description and technology

   The foundation, in contact with groundwater, accumulates moisture (capillary effect). Water in the structure of the building material causes a decrease in its strength. Microorganisms that are harmful to humans develop. To avoid this effect, a waterproofing injection method is used.

   Through the packers, the insulation mixture is supplied with or without pressure. Before that, the drilled holes for them are cleaned of dust. After pumping hydrophobic materials, the holes are sealed, and the structure becomes stronger and more resistant to moisture.


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