TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

Posts Tagged soil compactor

Soil Stabilisation FAQ

Found a great link here today to the Carmeuse Lime and Stone frequently asked questions page which answers most questions about using Lime for Soil Stabilisation purposes.  There are answers on the differences between lime materials, H&S considerations, what percentages of lime should be used, technical data, chemical information, the types of soils that can be [...]

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Soil Stabilization in Texas

Was looking around today for more articles on Soil Stabilization around the world and found this one on how Soil Stabilization has been used instead of traditional construction methods on the U.S. Army’s  heavy haul roads at Texas’ Fort Bliss. The article looks at how green construction methods were considered when it came to reconstructing the haul [...]

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Cement Stabilisation in Saudi Arabia

Found another publication today which fits in with our “around the world” look at Soil Stabilisation.  The publication, which can be found here, looks at how Cement Stabilisation can be used to treat sand materials in Saudi Arabi.  With development in this part of the world growing every year, this publication looks at “the possibility of dune [...]

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Soil Stabilization – Cement Stabilisation & Lime Modification Presentation

Today we are carrying out a presentation to a group of Civil Engineer’s in Leeds on Soil Stabilisation for a large industrial development.  The presentation focuses on the entire Soil Stabilisation (Lime Modification and Cement Stabilisation) process, including: What is Lime Modification What is Soil Stabilisation What are the different binders that can be used [...]

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Soil Stabilization with Lime or Cement?

Whilst having a look at some articles online today, I found an interesting post here from the Portland Cement Association which looks at the different reactions within a soil when Lime or Cement are added to determine which binder better suits which application.  During the study 3 soils with varying PI values were treated with different [...]

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Soil Stabilisation chemistry

Found a great presentation here today which looks at the chemistry behind the reactions that take place during the Soil Stabilisation process.  The presentation gives information on the different binders which can added to different soils and the reactions that take place.  Its quite a useful presentation as it looks at: What is Soil Stabilisation [...]

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Soil Stabilization in Sweden

To add to our “Soil Stabilization around the world” set of articles and publications, I found this one today from the Department of Civil, Environmental and Natural resources engineering at a university in Sweden about Soil Stabilisation methods and materials. The article looks at the different methods and materials which can be used to stabilise unsuitable [...]

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Soil Stabilization historical uses

Soil Stabilization (Lime Modification and Cement Stabilization) has been around for many years and its historical uses is something thats discussed in an article I found here.  The article is dated 1967 and looks at how Lime Stabilisation was being used to upgrade roads, airfields and building sites.  The document looks at the different levels [...]

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Soil Remediation Case Study

After looking around for a good case study on Soil Remediation using Cement Stabilisation / Solidification, I found one here  from United Retek who are an American remediation and civil engineering contractor. The case study is based on a remediation project in Boston where an office, residential, and retail campus was planned.  Cement Stabilisation / Solidifcation [...]

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Soil Stabilisation social media

Today we created a Pin-It page where we will be adding lots of Soil Stabilisation, Lime Stabilisation and Cement Stabilisation information, including pictures, case studies, details on current contracts, technical information and other related posts. Have a look and let us know what you think. Other ways to keep up with news and information from us [...]

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