Jet grouting consists of breaking up the soil with a high-pressure jet in a predrilled borehole and mixing the loosened soil with a cement grout. Nicholson's range of jet grouting processes include single (cement only), double (cement with air) or triple (cement with air and water) fluids.
how it works:
Proprietary nozzles are used to distribute grout in a specifically designed geometry and arrangement for the project.
why you need it:
Nicholson's jet grouting method is suitable for all soils (from clay to sand and gravels) and is capable of producing a wide variety of structures through a combination of columns and panels underground.