The process has been refined over the past 35 years. The
unique combination of resin and stabilizers combine to make a
gel that is very versatile. Since the gel never fully hardens,
it is possible to inject until all water is turned into gel or
hidden pockets are filled. The process is simple. Holes are
drilled to eliminate structural impact, and the resin is
injected using a custom injection system. The resin reacts
with the water, transforming it into a gel. Water Treatment
plants, Swimming Pools, Tunnels, Elevator Pits, Parking
Garages, Nuclear Power Plants, Dams, Basements, Seawalls and
everything in between, have utilized this system. The setting
time of the Resin can be varied from 5 seconds to over 2
hours, depending on the application.
The Gel retains
its elasticity, adhesion, and flexibility. It withstands
distortion, movement and climate change. The Resin contains
rust inhibitors that coat the steel and rebar within the
concrete, permanently stopping oxidation and any further
injection system can be easily adapted to many locations. It
is designed to avoid cutting into any rebar and to be
minimally invasive, eliminating the need for structural
is most effective when a leak is present. There is no need
to wait for dry conditions.
The gel is
Non-Toxic, Non Flammable, Mold Resistant
• Gel is very
adherent and highly elastic.
• Gel can withstand freezing temperatures.
• Fungi, mold and bacteria will not harm resin.
• Resin is non-toxic to the operator and environment
• Resin can withstand concrete works and/or ground
• Resin does not pollute the water table and is
• CGI gel has no effects on any materials in which it may
come in contact.
• Resin is non-toxic, (LD - 0.0039/lb of rats),
non-flammable, has little odor and is gas proof.
• Resin is hydrophilic. It will permanently maintain its
sealing abilities when water is present.
• Gel retains its remarkable elasticity, adhesion and
flexibility and can easily withstand distortion,
movement and climate change.
• Resin setting time is adjustable from a few seconds to 2
hours. An easy, on-site test indicates
the optimum setting time for each situation.
• Resin will not deteriorate in salt water, fresh water,
wastewater or permanently damp environments.
• Due to the resin's water-like viscosity of 1 to 3 m Pa. s,
the necessary pumping pressure remains low,
which poses no risk of damage to existing structures.
• Resin offers fluidity, easily following paths of fissures,
gravel traps, poorly coated steel/rebar, badly fixed
"water stops", gaps, and voids.
• A small amount of corrosion-preventative, added to the
resin, renders the formed gel harmless to steel
and guarantees a productive effect that actually halts
This picture is typical of elevator pits. This pit was drained
and sealed in less than 8 hours. A typical sized elevator pit
is usually done in one day saving you the headache of having
your elevator out of commission.