It used to be that when property owners were faced with the problem of a foundation settling unevenly, or a slab or sidewalk became cracked and uneven, they had very few options. Worse yet, these options were often expensive and unreliable. Thanks to the development of polyurethane foams for slab jacking applications, property owners now have a cost-effective and reliable choice to stabilize their foundations and slabs.
|Quik-Shield 232||Slab-Jacking Foam||Product Data||Safety Data Sheet (SDS)|
Quik-Shield 232 spray polyurethane foam works to not only stabilize the soil underneath the foundation or slab, but because of its expansion rate and density, it actually lifts the foundation and slab back to proper level alignment. Effective to 1/8 of an inch, foam allows a trained applicator the ability to lift, repair and restore the damaged slab or foundation.
What makes foam unique when compared to mud jacking and grout fill, is that foam has an extremely high strength to weight ratio and an outstanding dimensional stability profile. It also sets up faster in the void space, which means that it takes less time to complete projects, and causes less inconvenience for the property owner.