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Slush Grouting
Slush Grouting

Distribution of a grout with or without fine aggregate, as required, over a rock or concrete surface that is subsequently to be covered with concrete. The grouting is usually accomplished by brooming it into place to fill surface voids and fissures.

Slush grout is a neat cement grout or a sand-cement slurry that is applied to cracks in the foundation. Cracks or joints are filled with grout rather than spreading grout on the surface The consistency of the slush grout mix may vary from a very thin mix to mortar as required to penetrate the crack. 

Pressure grouting or jet grouting involves injecting a grout material into otherwise inaccessible but interconnected pore or void space of which neither the configuration or volume are known. 

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