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Cello Factory

A concrete warehouse slab showing evidence of subsidence.

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Symptom:

Resinject were engaged to stabilise and re-level the concrete floor that had been compromised. These affected internal slabs were pumping and deflecting with forklift activity in the warehouse, causing a potential risk to both handling equipment and operators.

Solution:

We injected our Australian made and owned Polyurethane resin down to different depths to stabilise and consolidate the ground beneath the slab. Once consolidation was achieved we could re-level the slab and minimise the risk of future movement.

This was done in a day, eliminating asset down time and was ready to be driven over by heavy machinery as soon as works was completed.

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