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Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

Archive for October, 2013

Soil Stabilisation in Canada

Found a publication here today titled “Chemical Stabilization of Inherently Weak Subgrade Soils for Road Construction – Applicability in Canada” which looks at Lime and Cement Stabilisation and how they can be beneficially used on soils for roads in Canada. The paper “describes the soil stabilization process, including the physical alterations to the soil and the design [...]


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Whats is Soil Stabilisation – Geochemistry

What is Soil Stabilisation?  Today I found a great study here which answers that question by running through the Geochemistry involved in the Soil Stabilisation process.  The study looks at the “chemical reactions that bring about soil stabilization and modification during soil chemical stabilization” and runs through the following topics: Introduction – how the study was [...]


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Soil Stabilization on Site

Thought I would do a post today to update you on all of the latest news from T R Stabilisation including whats happening on site. This week we completed the first phase of works at Ferrybridge Power Station where Cement Stabilisation works have been ongoing since mid August with the second phase of the works [...]


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Lime Stabilisation Ebook

Found another great Ebook here today which is about Soil Stabilisation Methods and Materials.  The Ebook firstly gives a brief overview of Soil Stabilisation, stating “Soil stabilization involves the use of stabilizing agents (binder materials) in weak soils to improve its geotechnical properties such as compressibility, strength, permeability and durability. The components of stabilization technology [...]


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Soil Stabilisation Ebook

As Ebooks are becoming increasingly popular I thought I would have a look today and see if there are any available on Soil Stabilisation and in doing so found this great one on Soil Stabilisation for Airfields and Roads. The chapter on on Soil Stabilisation for Airfields and Roads starts by firstly describing the different [...]


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Soil Stabilization Techniques

Found a good publication here today which has been posted on Concrete Construction web-site about Soil Stabilization techniques.  The publication looks at how Soil Stabilization using cement works along with the different factors that govern the end strengths achieved, including: The physical and chemical properties of the soil before treatment The amount of cement added [...]


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Lime Modification for Construction Site Soils

With the weather now changing I though it would be interesting to add a post today on how Lime Modification techniques can be used to dry out wet and waterlogged construction sites.  I then found this great publication from Carmeuse Natural Chemicals on exactly this subject. The publication goes through how Lime Stabilisation can be [...]


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Soil Stabilization using Lime

Found a good publication here today which looks at Soil Stabilisation techniques using lime.  The document, which is from International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology in India, looks at the physical alteration of properties when lime is introduced into soils. The document runs through the different levels of treatment including the immediate [...]


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Soil Stabilization in Tazmania

Most of my recent posts have been focused on works we are currently carrying out or news from T R Stabilisation, so today I thought I would add something about Soil Stabilization elsewhere to add to our “Soil Stabilisation around the world” set of posts. After searching I found this interesting document from The Department of [...]


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