Industrial Concrete Leveling
Need a fast, economical and effective way to level your industrial floor?
Polyjacking is the ideal method for industrial floor repair and leveling. It uses polyurethane foam injection to raise, level and stabilize industrial concrete floors.
What causes sinking concrete? This sinking of the concrete is usually due to the soil beneath the concrete has shifted and created voids. The concrete then sinks into these voids. If you have noticed that your
industrial concrete floor has
sunk in areas, it is important
to get the concrete back to its
original level. Polyjacking uses the injection
of high-density polyurethane
foam to fill these voids and
lift the concrete back to its
original level. With proper polyjacking trucks and equipment,
we can strengthen your concrete again.
Benefits of Using Polyjacking
for Industrial Floors
Polyurethane has a compressive strength of 500 psi so it can stand up to the weight of tour industrial machinery, fork lifts, warehouse shelving and inventory. Polyjacking allows for precise control of the lifting process to within 1/10th of an inch and there's no shrinkage of the material over time. Due to its even coverage and low viscosity, polyurethane won't stress your concrete floor and it will be sub-sealed since water-resistant polyurethane creates a waterproof barrier preventing future water erosion problems.
Polyjacking is 70% less expensive than re-pouring the floor and is 80% faster than other concrete floor repair methods. Polyjacking has an extreme lifting capability of 900 tons so the lifting process can be completed with machinery or shelving in place.
Applications: Pavement Lifting/Leveling, Soil Stabilization, Infrastructure Repair, Void Filling, Highway Leveling, Sidewalk Leveling, Bridge Approach Void Filling, Warehouse Floor Leveling, Manhole Leak Repair, Curb Leveling, Structure Stabilization, Interior Floor Stabilization,
Contact Polyjacking.com for Industrial Floor Repair
Polyjacking.com specializes in concrete leveling and lifting. Contact us today for industrial floor repair.