We use geopolymers to structurally restore manholes, pump stations, junction boxes, large diameter pipes, culverts, tunnels, structures and other raw, storm and wastewater infrastructure. As certified installers of Quadex® GeoKrete® we understanding that every project presents unique challenges. Because of this, our system is fully capable of integrating advanced, third-party design and engineering modifications to meet the most stringent structural restoration specifications.
Geopolymer liners are an extremely versatile system engineered to effectively apply GeoKrete® onto a variety of shapes, sizes and surfaces. For angular structures, such as wet wells, junction boxes, box culverts, or other infrastructure with edges, corners and obstructions, GeoKrete can be spray applied and trowel finished to achieve restored structural integrity, elimination of infiltration and corrosion protection. Our equipment is specially designed to measure, mix and spray apply this system for a quality, structural and corrosive resistant finished product.
A Geopolymer is a formulated mortar comprised of aluminosilicate powder with an alkaline activator to form a monolithic mineral polymer with ceramic properties. GeoKrete® Geopolymer cures through a process of polycondensation and possesses proven, high early and long-term compressive strength. Additionally, with superior bond strength, GeoKrete liners can be applied in layers and under multiple mobilizations. The chemical composition of GeoKrete Geopolymer makes it inherently resistant to the microbial induced corrosion prevalent in many sewer environments (down to a pH of 1). Geopolymers contain greatly reduced concentrations of calcium hydroxide, commonly found in typical cementitious mortar, furthering the suitability of GeoKrete in low pH environments.