Ideal for injecting - parting size D50 ≤ 10 mkm, D95 ≤ 16 mkm
Withstands load - 250% more than (M500)
Waterproof - water is unable to pass into pores of the concrete.
where it is impossible to go without stabilizing the soil and creating protection from soil waters
(tunnels, caves, mines), it is widely used in preliminary and subsequent excavation injections,
where injected into joints, stitches, contacts and micro-fractures.
Sandy and moving soils can be solidified with microcement. Under pressure, microcement is mixed with soil, as a result mixture hardens and becomes immobile. Microcement can be injected into the coin in a few ways:
- injections – a hole is drilled, through which cement mixture is pumped. Often used for humid soil.
- Blasting method - delivery of microcement is made through the tube. This way, soil is mixed with microcement and solidifies. This method is expensive and requires the use of high-cost equipment.
Usage of injection microcement allows to effectively repair, rebuild and strengthen historical buildings and other structures. Injection microcement is widely used in this field, the result is long lasting and of high quality.
Injection is made with high-pressure progressing cavity pump. Solution is made 30-40 minutes before application. Ready solution should be constantly mixed. Lifetime of created mixture depends on its volume and surrounding environment.
Due to micro particles, microcement is made to create new materials. It also allows for addition of plasticizers and other additives.