Our ground stabilisation techniques involve driving small, specialist injection lances into mobile ground consisting of loose soils and gravels. After agreeing the most appropriate resin with a client, we use a continual systematic injection and reaction technique to carefully monitor the stabilisation process.

Once injected, our resins undergo a chemical reaction, changing from a low-viscosity liquid to a solid. This process begins with foaming to four times the injection volume, which helps to significantly reduce the volume and weight of the injection product. This compacts and stabilises the surrounding loose soil.

Advantages of resin injection in ground stabilisation:

  • It can usually be carried out in a single day, saving a great deal of time and money
  • Our mobile kit can be used in small and tight locations which might otherwise be inaccessible – our kit can fit through a door
  • We can carry out many injection procedures by lifting floorboards if the outside of the property is inaccessible
  • You don’t need to find alternative accommodation during the process because our techniques are clean and carried out in a single day
  • There’s no need to excavate large amounts of soil
  • There’s no vibration on injection procedures or low pressure injections
  • The low viscosity of the liquid allows it to penetrate pores that might not be accessible by conventional methods
  • It’s environmentally friendly

Soil stabilisation and ground compaction – to support new, heavier loads

When a structure is due to receive increased loads – for example when installing heavier machinery in a factory, or adding a loft conversion to a building – our ground stabilisation techniques can be applied. We compact soft soil layers to impede subsidence and provide better support for ground structures.

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