Grout plants, injection units or also known as mixing and grouting units or rather injection facilities are suitable for:

for mixing, grouting and injecting of:

- Anchor grout

- Cement

- Bentonite

- Fly-ash

- Insulation

- Powdered limestone

- Tone powder

- Filling material for geothermal application

- Anhydrite

- Micro silica

- Diaphragm wall compounds

- Other grain solid slurries.


Possible application areas are:

- Anchor injection

- Rock injection

- Ground stabilisation

- Geothermal applications

- Well building

- Sewer renovation

- Sealing grouting

- Gap sealing

- Contact grouting

- Pipe roof grouting

- Sleeve pile injection

- Backfilling

- Cavity filling

- Special civil engineering

- Seal water sealing

- Low pressure injection


The grout plants consist essentially of: a high-speed colloidal mixer, a buffer tank or an agitator tank and a grouting pump (plunger pump, piston pump or eccentric screw pump).


The grout plants are divided up depending on the maximum grouting pressure of the grouting pump in the following 3 groups:


- grout plants low pressure (up to 50 bar)


- grout plants medium pressure (up to 100 bar)


- grout plants high pressure (over 100 bar)


The grout plants are mobile, compact grouting machines that are especially developed for harsh building site conditions.