Sunken concrete slabs can be lifted back into place with two-component polyurethane foams designed to work in wet or dry conditions. The expansion force of the concrete leveling foam coupled with the pressure of a specialized pump generate enough controlled force to lift virtually any structure back into position with 1/8” precision.
- From the Alchemy-Spetec blog post Polyurethane Slab Lifting Explained. (Read more and watch an animation that explains the slab lifting process in detail.)
If you own or manage a facility with loading docks, it is essential to understand the dangers of unstable concrete. Warning signs include rocking, cracking, and unlevel seams between slabs. If you notice any of these red flags, you need to contact a professional concrete repair contractor immediately. (For assistance on that front, contact Alchemy-Spetec at 404-618-0438.)
This very real risks of ignoring unstable loading dock slabs include:
- Damage to vehicles and equipment.
- Personal property damage.
- Sudden slab collapse.
- Trip hazards.
- Employee injuries.
- Limitless liability issues.
As industry experts consulting with contactors around the world, we've seen all these scenarios play out unfortunately. Here's a photo from a slab collapse that prompted the owners to call in a contractor to inspect and stabilize the rest of their slabs...
Don't wait for this to happen on your property. Contact Alchemy-Spetec at the first sign of any issue and let us help you find a contractor in your area! Call now at 404-618-0438.