- Mudjacking stabilizes the sub-soil
- Mudjacking eliminates color differences between old and new concrete
- Mudjacking fills the void, Eliminating erosion,water penetration, certain foundation leaks, animals and insects
- Enhances safety and remove trip hazards
Why Choose Mixan Mudjacking
- All work 100% Guranteed
- Best Warranty Available
- We will match or beat anyone's price
- No one compares to our customer service workmanship
- We use the newest , state of the art equipment
- Referances available
Concrete Polyurethane InjectionPolyurethane - Concrete Lifting, Stabilization and Void Filling
High Density Polyurethane Injection is used for concrete lifting, stabilization and void filling applications. Preferred by Contractors and DOTs around the USA, this method offers the same results of traditional concrete raising, stabilization, and void filling, but with new and improved characteristics.
High Density Polyurethane concrete lifting and stabilization avoid costly tear out and replacement. This allows business to run smoothly around the Polyurethane project avoiding down time.
- Quick Cure Time
Polyurethane typically cures 15 minutesafter injection allowing areas to be fully available in minutes not days.
High Density Polyurethane can be used in under water or wet applications and have the same chemical reaction.
- Moisture Barrier
Because of high density polyurethane characteristics, this foam-like material is resistant to water penetration.
Weighing only 250 pounds per yard, high density polyurethane is comparably 2,200 pounds LESS per yard then traditional mudjacking material. Both methods are ideal solutions for concrete raising and stabilizing solutions,
but because of lightweight characteristics, high density polyurethane will not overburden soil.
- 5/8" injection holes
Polyurethane injection ports leave small injection holes allow for less visible patching.
- Polyurethane Foam Characteristics
High Density Polyurethane can spread into voids as small as 1/32". Polyurethane foam will expand and flow into cracks and voids expanding far beyond the initial injection hole. When restricted, polyurethane density will increase. In unrestricted conditions polyurethane foam will rise and maintain a density of 3.0 pcf. Polyurethane foam density will vary depending on restriction conditions, but maintains a compressive strenght of 100 psi.