cracks Reveals New Case Study On resin crack injection and polymer concrete repair

Cracks Contracting demonstrate that with careful selection of contractor, techniques and materials an ideal result can be guaranteed for client.

/PressCable/ — Cracks revealed their new case study today on resin crack injection and polymer concrete repair. This case study demonstrates that in many instances existing assets can be successfully restored as opposed to building new.

The case study also made it obvious that with careful selection of specialist contractor, total client satisfaction is possible. Restoration of this damaged channel made a saving of £70,000.00 for the client.

The primary inlet channel on a waste water plant suffered serious damage due to subsidence directly under the channel and surrounding ground. in one location the channel had broken its back dropping 250 mm. and rendering the channel unusable.

Cracks Contracting initially stabilised the ground using a resin injection techniqe, followed by resin injection repairs in the channel floor and walls. Varying guages and levels of reinforcing steel were added with lateral dowelling into walls. The channel floor was corrected to original falls with a polymer modified repair mortar. From zero to 250 mm. over the whole length of the channel. Using current laser technology a precise fall was established to provide the correct flow rate for the plant. Shutters were set to produce an increase in height of the walls parallel to the floor.

Cracks owner david a blenkinship says there are many people looking for insights and answers about resin crack injection and polymer concrete repair. This case study reveals in a practical way what's possible with the right information and guidance.

The illustrated and detailed case study is available at

About cracks

Cracks Contracting based in Leyland, Lancashire, UK was founded in 1974 and serves the crack injection, structural waterproofing, concrete and masonry restoration market. The firm is renown for its service, quality workmanship, and right first time policy.

Contact Info:
Name: david a blenkinship
Organization: cracks
Phone: +44 1772 623271
Address: 131 clydesdale place, moss side employment area, leyland, lancashire, PR26 7QS

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