Quay walls - Benefil void fill

At quay walls,
problems often occur. Currents are formed, which cause subsidence of roads and undermine other building activities. Injecting Benefil® into the rinsed out area eliminates the water running underneath and stabilises the ground. This causes the ground pressure to rise and can be increased again after a few years if required. In one pressing a length of 10- 50 metres can be corrected.

Bow screws cause the damage at quay walls due to the ever-increasing shipping traffic. For several government institutions rinsing is therefore a frequent and difficult problem to control. Old quay walls or dam walls are rinsed where the upper surface and paving slowly but surely subside. Injecting Benefil® into the rinsed out areas stabilises the soil and prevents further rinsing. If the quay wall is closed, the ground pressure will possibly rise. Because of this, further injecting is necessary, where hardened injections are again put under an increasingly bigger pressure.[ Quay walls -  Benefil void fillQuay walls -  Benefil void fillQuay walls -  Benefil void fillQuay walls -  Benefil void fillQuay walls -  Benefil void fillQuay walls -  Benefil void fillQuay walls -  Benefil void fillQuay walls -  Benefil void fill