Our proven cost effective process of stabilizing soils in and around seawalls, repeating cracks and leaks in concrete using polyurethane grouts, epoxy injection resins and polyurea coatings from Prime Resins are optimally formulated to stabilize soils, lifting concrete slabs, stopping leaks, and protecting concrete structures ZERO EXCAVATION!
We pride ourselves on engineering infrastructure repair solutions to maintain the integrity of the property. Our wide range of experience with soil stabilization includes foundation, construction of retention ponds; contaminated soil stabilization; repair of dams and manholes; installation and repair of oil water separators; installation of underground tanks and other underground concrete structures.
Choosing the appropriate product and using the correct application technique are equally important in achieving desired results. Our Prime Resins products have over 30 years proven experience plus a 10 years manufacturer’s warranty helping customers with these problems.
Soft soils are plentiful in many areas. Structural failure is predictable in building developments where the soils gradually compress against the bulk of the structure therefore requiring aid in supporting the deterioration settlement. The cracks caused by the extreme stress become a major challenge.
We use 2 different High-Quality polymers manufactured by Prime Resins products to stiffen and compact soil erosion. They consist of extremely thin liquid resins and react with moisture when injected soil, forming a rock hard, water tight mass. The resins are environmentally friendly.
Polyurethane, Soil Stabalizer
This product is used in combination with polyurethane structural foam or by itself and is injected point-blank into soft soils to provide a glue like bond of the feeble and shifting soils. Providing a very secure base and turning ordinary fill dirt into 1200* psi bonded soil.
Polyurethane, Structural Foam
This product is used to lift concrete structures replacing the old method of the messy large hole slab-jacking by drilling extremely small ” holes and injecting the foam with an expansion rate 20* times the original volume bringing the slab back to the original grade.