Probe Injection for Airports
Weak soils beneath pavement systems are a huge cause for concern, especially in commercial and civil environments. When left unchecked, they lead to faulty joints and concrete slabs on airport runways, taxiways, and aprons. When pilots and passengers are experiencing rough rides and there are cracks or dips in these areas, the safety of the airport is compromised.
Our Airport & Runway Repair Applications
Traditionally, airport authorities used an assortment of applied solutions to repair and maintain deficient paved assets in airports including asphalt overlay, cementitious grouting, or full pavement replacement.
Probe Injection is a faster, more cost-effective method that involves the use of structural polymer injected into base and subgrade soils to increase their load-bearing capacity. The strong high-density polyurethane foam is lightweight, cures quickly, is environmentally inert, and provides years of reliable stability. Airport repair applications that we use Probe Injection for include:
- Faulty slab joints
- Cracks in runway slabs
- Airport foundation repair
- Runway dips and heaves