Stabilicore offers municipal rehabilitation ranging from underground reinforced concrete piping to under sealing levees and dams. Read more about the basic premise behind how polyurethane can seal, stabilize, and lift your municipal infrastructure needs.
The Theory Behind Polymer Seal
High Density Polyurethane concrete restoration is an effective solution for extending the life of pavement. As an example, the diminished sub-base support at the joints causes a pumping action when traffic passes over the distorted slabs traffic passes over the distorted slabs, which can lead to loose incompressible fines underneath the ends, a rough ride for vehicular traffic and eventual cracking at the slab ends.
One problem that causes distress and servility of concrete pavements is loss of support due to voids underneath the pavement slabs, usually near concrete cracks or joints. Attempts to solve the faulting problems in highways can prove ineffective. Conventional sealants can be pumped under the slab, but the materials are too viscous to fill the void, too hard, or aren’t flexible enough to follow the movements of the concrete.