General informationTrench and ditch breaks by SlabJack Geotechnical

February 22, 2018by Jerald Sargent0

Used to reduce erosion along pipeline trenches, polyurethane is quickly replacing sandbags for several reasons.

First, speed. Trench breaks with foam are much faster to install.

Second, safety. With no need to get in the trench, shoring is eliminated. No need for confined space safety issues. No one in danger.

Third, longevity. Once buried, polyurethane does not degrade over decades unlike bagged sand which, once the bag deteriorates can erode.

Finally, weight. A typical cubic yard of sand weighs in the neighborhood of 2500lbs compared to under 70lbs for trench break foam.

Fast application, light weight, no need to enter the trench, permanent.

Call today, 855-752-2522

Superior technology, Superior polymers, Superior results.

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