Sealing elevator pit leaks and water infiltration
Occasionally areas in buildings such as elevator pits may develop leaks from water infiltration or excess ground water. This may be due to cracks that have developed, inadequate construction, or other factors. We have extensive knowledge doing water cutoff repair in situations including elevator pits. We offer these services throughout the Midwest, USA. We are able to provide the elevator pit water cutoff services that make use of our gel membrane barrier process. Through the use of targeted injections the material is administered and follows the leak pathway by traveling where water travels. The product begins to solidify shortly after injection has begun and forms a solid yet flexible gel membrane waterproof barrier. We monitor elevator pit pump areas for material infiltration and will see when our material travels and begins to exit through the leaking areas. Upon completion of the injections we are able to monitor whether the elevator pit remains dry or if additional injections may be required.
Gel membrane sealing for elevator pit waterproofing
The gel membrane water cutoff sealing process is one in which we have lots of experience. In addition to elevator pit repairs we have successfully used the process in utility pits, access tunnels, basements, and exterior walls. The material we use for injection when sealing elevator pits with the gel membrane process is nontoxic and has NSF 61 approval for potable water contact. The final product is typically quite durable and has the bonus of being flexible and therefore more likely to remain intact in the even of any structural movement.
Elevator pit leak sealing contractor – our service area
Contracting services available in Midwest, USA – Iowa ( IA), Nebraska ( NE ), Missouri ( MO )….
As a structural leak sealing contractor we operate with these services available in the Midwest and are based out of Iowa and frequently provide services in Nebraska as well. Our process also works well for sealing leaks in utility pits and other underground structures. For more information on how we can help seal your water infiltration issue, please Contact Us.