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Jet Grouting uses high-pressure, high-velocity jets to hydraulically erode, mix and partially replace the in situ soil or weak rock with cementitious grout slurry to create an engineered soil-cement product of high strength and low permeability. Jet grouting can be performed above or below the water table and in soil conditions ranging from coarse sands and gravels to highly plastic clays. The three basic systems Moretrench employs are single-fluid, double-fluid and triple-fluid jet grouting. Selection of the most appropriate system is dependent on the in situ soil characteristics and the application. Read More.