Posts in the ‘News’ Category

Filling voids behind sheet pile

Sheet pile is commonly used for seawalls, bulkheads and sometimes even retaining walls. In this case, the main bridge to the cruise passenger terminal at the port in Jacksonville, Fla., has a sheet pile retaining wall at its base. The ocean has taken a toll over time: The sheet pile is corroded. Gaps in the wall caused significant erosion, which, left ...

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What is value?

The value of a product goes far beyond its price. Obviously, price is a factor, but so is performance. The combination of price and performance is a major component of a product or service’s value. But what about expertise, lead referral and customer support? We at Prime Resins believe that all those elements are critical in establishing the superior value ...

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New faces at Prime Resins

We've strengthened our regional technical sales team with the addition of Rick Broadrick and Steve Loudermilk in the West and Southeast respectively. Both bring with them a strong track record in the infrastructure repair industry. Rick Broadrick is regional technical sales rep based in California covering that state and Nevada. Broadrick brings with him more ...

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Hairline Cracks Require High-Pressure Injections

LESSONS LEARNED – Wisdom from 24/7 Tech Support As the frontline point of contact for most incoming support calls, I’ve helped many customers face a wide variety of challenges. During my years as a contractor, I probably made every mistake there is to make with chemical grouts. I tell our customers to learn from my mistakes and save themselves the time and ...

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Hydrophilic vs Hydrophobic

Hydrophilic vs Hydrophobic: Which to Use and Why Chemical grouts are a cost-effective solution for many leak sealing, void filling and soil stabilization projects. Choosing the right material and installing it correctly are critical to the long-term success. Chemical grouts fall into two classes: hydrophilic grouts that have an affinity for water and seek it out and hydrophobic grouts that repel water and ...

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The Cost of Doing Nothing

Why You Can’t Afford to Ignore Leaks in Sanitary Sewer Manholes. Next to treatment cost, chemical grouting to seal manhole infiltration is a BARGAIN! Do you know how much it costs to treat one gallon of water in your waste water treatment plant? If so, then you realize the importance of minimizing the amount of water that enters your system through ...

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Register today: Slab Lifting Boot Camp

Prime Resins Slab Lifting Boot Camp Friday, July 28, 2017. Register today for the Prime Resins Slab Lifting Boot Camp. This is a one-day intensive of classroom and hands-on training that will have you ready to hit the ground running. If you've been thinking of getting into the foam lifting business as an add-on or new business, you will leave with ...

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Brazil bottler gets a lift

Downtime in manufacturing and distribution costs big money. Any facility repair or maintenance that can be done without interrupting normal operations is ideal. Using polyurethane foam for filling voids and lifting concrete floors in industrial settings can be a huge money saver for facility owners. Examples include warehouses, manufacturing plants, and distribution centers, Technicians can typically do this work without ...

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Interior slab lifting with Precision Lift

We often get asked about whether our polyurethane foam can be used for lifting and leveling interior concrete floors. Absolutely. We have a number of customers who do this successfully. Investing in a GPR survey in advance is a good idea. Of course, utility locates are critical as with any slab lifting job. Read here how one contractor leveled ...

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The mother of invention

Caption this! You've heard us preach the gospel of flushing your drill holes. And we tell you of the need to have water on hand to activate hydrophobic resin if the injection site is not wet. We sell ...

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