A method of injecting cracks and fissures in concrete, masonry, wood, and steel with a high strength epoxy resin adhesive to restore it to its original condition. Fractured concrete can be restored without a loss of strength to the structure.
When there is a crack in your concrete, sometimes it is not just a surface problem. Some cracks can indicate an issue with the structural stability of the concrete. When this is the case, it is very important to find a professional well-schooled in the application of epoxy pressure injection. The epoxy pressure injection system is by far the best way to ‘heal‘ your concrete and seal those cracks for good.
Why Concrete Cracks
- Shrinkage during curing or before the development process has completed
- Static or dynamic mechanical overload
- Changes in temperature to structures with no allowance for expansion
- Base foundation movement
Uses and Benefits
- Structural Reinforcement
- Seals Cracks & Leaks: Complete distribution fills any holes or voids
- Prevents Concrete Spalling: Due to cracking and freezing/thawing temps
- Prevents Corrosion: From water and chemicals
- Architecture & Design: Reduces unsightly surface marks common with standard repair techniques