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Culvert Rehabilitation

When culverts settle the joints become susceptible to water infiltration which causes subsidence of the support soils. In one application, polyurethane injection seals the joints, fills voids, and restores the bearing capacity of the support soils.

Culvert Rehabilitation

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Compromised culverts have ramifications for the structures they support and the stormwater drainage systems they are connected to. Polyurethane injection is an adaptable solution for repairing soil-related culvert issues, such as restoring density to loose soils, sealing leaking joints, filling voids, and lifting and leveling settled culverts.

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Culvert Rehabilitation

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NCFI geotechnical polyurethanes are specially formulated for optimal performance with reliability and confidence. Whether the goal is to stabilize and densify soils, fill voids, lift and level the culvert, or seal leaking joints, our polyurethanes will meet the need. 

Minimally Invasive

Fast Repair

Can be Installed in Remote Locations

Small Project Footprint

Environmentally Inert

Stormwater Drain in Asheville, North Carolina

TerraThane 24-042 is used to backfill and stabilize a 14′ Stormwater Culvert in North Carolina

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Culvert Rehabilitation

When culverts settle the joints become susceptible to water infiltration which causes subsidence of the support soils. In one application, polyurethane injection seals the joints, fills voids, and restores the bearing capacity of the support soils.

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Culvert Rehabilitation

Process

Compromised culverts have ramifications for the structures they support and the stormwater drainage systems they are connected to. Polyurethane injection is an adaptable solution for repairing soil-related culvert issues, such as restoring density to loose soils, sealing leaking joints, filling voids, and lifting and leveling settled culverts.

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Culvert Rehabilitation

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Culvert Rehabilitation

When culverts settle the joints become susceptible to water infiltration which causes subsidence of the support soils. In one application, polyurethane injection seals the joints, fills voids, and restores the bearing capacity of the support soils.

Become a ContractorFind a Contractor

Culvert Rehabilitation

Process

Compromised culverts have ramifications for the structures they support and the stormwater drainage systems they are connected to. Polyurethane injection is an adaptable solution for repairing soil-related culvert issues, such as restoring density to loose soils, sealing leaking joints, filling voids, and lifting and leveling settled culverts.

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