Industrial Uses for Polyjacking

Industrial Polyjacking in St. Louis, Kansas City, & More

Industrial floor repair and concrete leveling in Kansas City and St. LouisPolyjacking is a permanent solution for settling industrial concrete floors. This method of concrete repair in the industrial setting injects polyurethane foam into a 5/8″ hole that is drilled through the damaged concrete. This polyurethane foam fills the voids beneath the concrete and lifts it back to its original level. Because of the quick drying time, the concrete is ready for use in about 15 minutes.

Concrete can move and shift due to the changing soil moisture beneath it. When the soil gets too wet, it tends to heave and when it is too dry, it shrinks. This shifting and shrinking of the soil cause voids beneath the concrete. This causes the concrete to settle into these voids. Polyurethane foam injected into these voids lifts and stabilizes the concrete back to its original level.

When an industry relies on production for their profit, you don’t want to have any downtime. That is why when there is a need for concrete repair, the best choice is polyjacking. There won’t be a long stretch of downtime and your concrete will be ready for use right after repairs are made. The curing time of the polyurethane foam is around 15 minutes.

Polyjacking is less expensive and much faster than concrete replacement. It has a lifting capability of 900 tons so the process can be completed without having to move machinery or shelving before the repairs begin.

Why Polyjacking for Industrial Concrete Repair?

Polyurethane foam has a compressive strength of 500 psi so it can hold up to the weight of industrial machinery, forklifts, warehouse shelving, and inventory. The other advantages of polyjacking and polyurethane foam are:

  • Cleaner, mess-free application
  • Less disruptive, fast process
  • Ready for immediate traffic
  • Lightweight material
  • Moisture-resistant

The process of polyjacking allows for precise control of the lifting process to within 1/10th of an inch. There is no shrinkage of the material over time. Once the machinery, work tables, and shelving are leveled, they will stay that way for years to come. Some of the structures that benefit from polyjacking in the St. Louis and Kansas City area are apartment buildings, shopping mallssports arenas, concert halls, skyscrapers, theatres, airports, factories, and amphitheaters.

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