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Railroad Ballast Stabilization

Our polyurethanes are ideal for stabilizing spoiled railroad ballast, preventing plastic deformation and settlement while minimizing long term maintenance.

Railroad Ballast Stabilization

Process

Spoiled railroad ballast leads to settlement, plastic deformation, and rail misalignment. Once injected into the rail ballast, our polyurethanes expand throughout the voids, and lock the ballast together. This helps prevent vibration and keeps sediments and water from entering into the ballast, helping to keep the ballast from fouling.

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Railroad Ballast Stabilization

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When rehabilitating or strengthening railroad ballast, you'll want to use polyurethane systems you can trust. NCFI has over 50 years of polyurethane development. With stringent R&D and field testing, our polyurethanes are the most reliable in the industry. 

Polyurethanes that fill voids and Lock Ballast Together

Increases Ballast Strength

Rehabilitates Fouled Ballast

Prevents Ballast Fouling

Minimizes Vibration

Keeps out Water and Sediments

Railroad Ballast Stabilization

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Railroad Ballast Stabilization

Our polyurethanes are ideal for stabilizing spoiled railroad ballast, preventing plastic deformation and settlement while minimizing long term maintenance.

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Railroad Ballast Stabilization

Process

Spoiled railroad ballast leads to settlement, plastic deformation, and rail misalignment. Once injected into the rail ballast, our polyurethanes expand throughout the voids, and lock the ballast together. This helps prevent vibration and keeps sediments and water from entering into the ballast, helping to keep the ballast from fouling.

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Railroad Ballast Stabilization

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Railroad Ballast Stabilization

Our polyurethanes are ideal for stabilizing spoiled railroad ballast, preventing plastic deformation and settlement while minimizing long term maintenance.

Become a ContractorFind a Contractor

Railroad Ballast Stabilization

Process

Spoiled railroad ballast leads to settlement, plastic deformation, and rail misalignment. Once injected into the rail ballast, our polyurethanes expand throughout the voids, and lock the ballast together. This helps prevent vibration and keeps sediments and water from entering into the ballast, helping to keep the ballast from fouling.

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Railroad Ballast Stabilization

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