Stopping a persistent leak at last

The Niagara Parks Commission has spent a lot of money over many years attempting to seal persistent leaks in a pedestrian tunnel to the Niagara Falls Voyage to the Falls boat dock. Cracks were injected and repainted just about annually for years, but still the leaks persisted. It appears that a combination of wrong material and improper installation doomed past efforts. This time Dynamite Contractors in Ontario were hired and they used Prime Flex 900 XLV hydrophilic polyurethane to seal the leaks at last. Read the case study here.

New, deeper holes were angle drilled and new high pressure ports were installed

New, deeper holes were angle drilled and new high pressure ports were installed

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