Soil mixing breaks up the soil and mixes it with a cement/bentonite grout in place to create a strong and impermeable mass.
how it works:
Soil mixing is done with vertical drums (cutter soil mixing) or horizontal augers (deep soil mixing) that cut into the ground and mix in the cement/bentonite grout with the soil. Both are designed to combine high penetration rates with excellent mixing capacity.
why you need it:
Soil mixing can be used to create walls, plugs, mass treatment and ground improvement.