MasterFlow is the industry’s leading range of grouting solutions from BASF that are specially formulated to deliver high-strength structural stabilization. MasterFlow products provide superior strength and precision alignment even in the most demanding of environments.
What makes the MasterFlow system a unique grouting solution?
The MasterFlow products are designed for ease of application and come with a complete system support that is provided by the Master Builders Solutions experts from BASF. Through our team of dedicated engineers and technical service force, we develop a clear strategy, identifying the right grouting materials and solutions for lasting security, stability and alignment.
MasterFlow offers durability and alignment even in the most demanding of environments.
Zero shrinkage and resistance to fatigue and vibrations are paramount to the MasterFlow line of cementitious and epoxy grouting products. Our grouts are capable of handling tensile, shear, compressive and dynamic forces, and ensure effective bearing-load distribution when grouting base plates and machinery bases.
Cement or cementitious grout is used for grouting materials with a Very high permeability. Neat cement and water or a mixture of sand (4 parts) to cement (1 part) is the typical composition.
Chemical grouting is used in soils of average to coarse grading. Ingredients such as sodium silicate and also calcium chloride are mixed together in liquid form and solidified into a gel.
As opposed to chemical grouts, resin grouts have a very low viscosity that are able to infiltrate fine sands. The kind of resin used depends on the chemical content of the local water table.
Bitumen emulsion could serve as an appropriate grouting material that could be injected into fine sandsas an impermeable barrier to water. Soil power would not be
- Could be performed on almost any ground condition
- It does not induce vibration
- can be controlled to avoid structural harms
- Developments to ground formations could be measured
- Very helpful for confined spaces
- Low headroom applications
- Used for slab jacking to lift
- level distorted foundations
- Could be installed adjacent to existing walls
- Could be used to control seepage, groundwater flows
- Hazardous waste plumes
- Huge cemented material column formation except causing large ground disturbances (subsoil)
- Columns form continuous elements founding in different forms thus developing the mechanical properties plus reducing porosity.
- Development in construction procedure thus emerging out with a better design philosophy
- It is gorgeous nature in terms of confined space working plus under problematic site conditions