Articles tagged with: chemical grout

Oct04

RMNASTT Municipal Gruting Good Practices Course

Jessica Williams - October 04, 2019 - Views 55

RMNASTT Municipal Gruting Good Practices Course

Join us at the 2019 RMNASTT Rocky Mountain Chapter Conference - Trenchless Elevated!

Sep30

Meet Our Guest Expert for the Fall Industrial and Geotechnical Injection Grout School—November 13-14, 2019

Jessica Williams - September 30, 2019 - Views 77

Meet Our Guest Expert for the Fall Industrial and Geotechnical Injection Grout School—November 13-14, 2019

Our guest speaker for this course is Curt Fitzgerald, P.E. - who currently serves as Lead Engineer at DGT Solutions - has over 20 years of experience in the geotechnical construction industry with both construction and consulting firms.

Jul23

Avanti Introduces New Epoxy Line

Jessica Williams - July 23, 2019 - Views 419

Avanti Introduces New Epoxy Line

Avanti International announces the addition of the AV-500  Epoxy line to its portfolio of injection solutions used to stabilize soils and rock, restore structural integrity, stop leaks, and control groundwater.

Jul19

Avanti Supply Chain Partner Builds Quick Momentum with Urethane Injection Grouts

- August 01, 2017 - Views 1894

Avanti Supply Chain Partner Builds Quick Momentum with Urethane Injection Grouts

It all started November 23, 2016 - a breakfast meeting was planned at a local diner. Russ Peterson (ASDCO Branch Manager), Dan Wells (ASDCO Business Development and Jacob Swanson (Avanti Regional Manager) met for the first time.

Russ was crystal clear - "Here's who we are and how we're different:"

  • We make Customer Service our #1 priority.
  • We know our customers, our products, and pride ourselves on having inventory in-house.
  • We stock what our customers need in five geographically optimized warehouses in MN, WI and ND.
  • We are NOT a commodity shop; We solve problems and provide solutions.
Jun26

Eliminating Infiltration in the Collection Systems Begins with Knowing How

Avanti Staff - June 26, 2017 - Views 1368

Eliminating Infiltration in the Collection Systems Begins with Knowing How

CIPP Lining is brilliant technology designed to solve structural issues and optimized for mainline sewer pipe. Injection grouting is designed specifically to stop infiltration at all four points of entry—mainline, manholes, service laterals and connections. Starting today, engineers, municipalities, and specialty contractors can learn the Fundamentals of Municipal Grouting online, on their time and at no cost.

Jun13

Win/Win—Stop the Leaks, Start a Career

Avanti Staff - June 13, 2017 - Views 1332

Win/Win—Stop the Leaks, Start a Career

Avanti's field service was contacted to stop water leaking into a storm water system in Colorado and provide how-to training. The storm water system was less than three years old, but had multiple barrel joint leaks as well as leakage at the pipe penetrations into a vault. Every project is different – there is no ‘one grout fits all’ solution. So after careful consideration, AV-248-LV Flexseal LV, a low viscosity, flexible hydrophobic polyurethane grout was injected to seal the barrel joints.

May17

Colorado School of Mines Short Course - Field Day Success!

Britt Babcock - May 17, 2017 - Views 1334

Colorado School of Mines Short Course - Field Day Success!

During the first week of May 2017, both Avanti and our strategic partner Hess Pumice participated in the Underground Grouting and Ground Improvement Course at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado. During the field day demonstrations, we had the opportunity to inject US Grout’s Ultrafine VX into two grout columns and Nittetsu’s Superfine injected into one of the columns. 

Apr26

Out of Sight, Out of Mind No More

Chris Hamilton - April 26, 2017 - Views 1184

Out of Sight, Out of Mind No More

I recently conducted a field training with the City of Daytona Beach. We were scheduled to stop active infiltration in a few storm boxes and a lift station. Early in the morning, we were near the lift station we were going to train at and I noticed a sanitary manhole in the middle of the street that had noticeable depressions in the asphalt on one side. I made the comment - only as an observation - that groundwater infiltration and loss of fines was likely the cause for the depression in the street.

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