We provide quality crack repair in concrete floors slabs, walls and in association with surface preparation for concrete slab overlays including coatings.
What’s Epoxy Crack Injection ?
Epoxy Resin Injection may be used to repair concrete which is cracked. Epoxy resins are used to structurally re-bond cracks between 0.2mm and 5.0mm wide for vertical, horizontal and overhead that are dormant and relatively dry.
Benefits & Process
Cracks to be injected with resin should be cleaned to remove all the contained debris and organic matter possible, including debris next to the crack that may prevent bond of a crack seal coat or may block visibility of the crack. The cleaning methods are:
- Self-locating pin,
- roughened base with holes, blockage reducing ridge,
- safety valve,
- Hose Flange is adhered directly to the substrate.
For some projects, however, drilled-in mechanical ports may be needed.
Our process considers a tailormade solution for your
concrete repairing need. This is how we approach each project:
STEP 1: INVESTIGATE
We conduct professional investigations and diagnosis of the issue in order to identify the source and cause. Identifying the source and cause of the issue is vital in finding the best solution and preventing further problems. Once the cause of the issue has been identified and confirmed, we then determine the optimum repair system for each specific application. These processes are often performed under the guidance of highly qualified engineers, designers or architects.
STEP 2: RECOMMEND A SOLUTION
We access the most advanced technologies in concrete Restoration and Preservation from leading manufacturers worldwide to reinstate the structural integrity of any concrete structure. We strictly adhere to all manufacture and design specifications ensuring that the right system is used and applied correctly for your project.
STEP 3: GO THE EXTRA MILE
Longevity and continuing performance of the repair can be at risk if protection and preservation measures against future potential contamination threats are not adequately addressed. We also conduct operational and environmental investigations to ensure that future contaminant risks are specifically controlled using the most effective treatments available.