Building components or suspended gelatinizationBuilding components or suspended gelatinization

Here is a possibility concerning soil contact brickwork being dealt with for a durable insulation without the necessity for evacuating or uncovering.  

With building component gelatinization the brickwork is drilled in a defined pattern to approximately 4/5 of the brickwork thickness and then injected with polyurethane gel or poly-acrylic gel. With the suspended gelatinization the building component from brickwork or concrete is drilled completely through in a determine pattern and the polyurethane gel or poly-acrylic gel is injected with a special two component injection appliance, so that a continuous gel suspension is created between the brickwork and the soil. This is especially durable and resistant to pressurized water. In a similar process leaky expansion joints can be injected.


Two component plant to bringing in the acrylic gel and its application (to the left) and veil injection (to the right)
Two component plant to bringing in the acrylic gel and its application (to the left) and veil injection (to the right)



References

 

 

  • Sammelkanäle der Stadt-werke Jena–Pößneck (Jena Winzerla und Lobeda)
  • Sammelkanäle der Drewag Dresden (Stadtteile Gorbitz, Zschertnitz und Zentrum)
  • Sammelkanäle der Stadtwerke Bautzen
  • Sammelkanäle der Stadtwerke Cottbus
  • Schwimmhalle Julius Leber Kaserne Berlin
  • Staatliches Fachkranken-haus Großschweidnitz
  • Schönherrfabrik Chemnitz
  • Stadtbibliothek Erfurt
  • Schloss Niederschönhausen Berlin
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