Posts in the ‘Training’ Category

Field Notes: Inner Mongolia

David, our intrepid global traveler, went to Inner Mongolia, China, this week for on-site client training. The client is a privately-owned contractor specializing in repairs of the high-speed railway. The company needed options for minor lifting and stabilizing of the track slabs. The Precision ...

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How-To on Curtain Grouting

We maintain a library of proven step-by-step procedures for chemical grouting. We call them our Prime Practices. The most recent additions cover curtain grouting, both through wall grouting of structures and probe grouting seawalls and bulkheads. You can find them all here. You'll have to fill out a form to access the library, but not each Prime Practice. ...

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Grouting Institute Sold Out

The Prime Resins Chemical Grouting Institute April 17-18 is sold out. The next institute will be in October. Between now and then we will host a one-day Slab Lifting Bootcamp, the date TBA. If you cannot wait until October or you have several people to train, we also offer on-site training. Contact your rep for details. If you don't have ...

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Registration open for Spring institute

Registration is now open for our April 17-18 Chemical Grouting Institute. Go beyond sewer grouting to learn a full range of chemical grouting products and applications with classroom and hands-on instruction. An early bird discount is in effect for registration before March 17. To get more information or to register, go here.

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Grouting Institute Early Bird Pricing

SOLD OUT! If you would like to get on the waiting list for the next institute, email kanthony @ primeresins.com. The next Prime Resins Chemical Grouting Institute takes place Oct. 17-18 at our Atlanta area headquarters. We now offer early bird pricing for this popular two-day training program. Attendees add new skills to their arsenal through a combination of classroom and hands-on ...

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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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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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Register now for April Chemical Grouting Institute

Register now for the Prime Resins Chemical Grouting Institute Register now for the next Prime Resins Chemical Grouting Institute April 11-12 at our Atlanta area headquarters. This is the only chemical grouting course that gives you training in a broad range of skills. With two days of hands-on and classroom training, you will learn soil stabilization, slab lifting with foam, and crack injection ...

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Register now for Oct. Chemical Grouting Institute

Register now for the Prime Resins Chemical Grouting Institute Mark your calendars and register now for the next Prime Resins Chemical Grouting Institute Oct. 18-19 at our Atlanta area headquarters. This is the only chemical grout training that gives you training in a broad range of skills. With two days of hands-on and classroom training you will learn crack injection to ...

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Reflections on chemical grout training

Prime Resins has offered training at our Atlanta area headquarters a few times a year for 20 years. We’ve just completed another sold out course, the Prime Resins Chemical Grouting Institute, so our instructors—members of our technical sales and service staff—reflected on this course and trends over time. Here are a few of their observations. There is a lot of chemical ...

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