On seawall repair projects of all scopes and sizes, ensuring environmental safety is mission-critical. That’s why Seawall Repair Network’s SW-RP1 high-strength repair material has the official NSF seal of approval for contact with drinking water.
Let’s take an in-depth look at the installation of Seawall Repair Network’s SW-RP1 repair material vs alternative repair options. This process consists of stopping high flow leaks, filling the voids behind concrete structures, and binding loose soil with Seawall Repair Network’s SW-RP1 repair material.
As seawalls age, soil eventually starts to migrate through the vertical seawall panel joints and weep holes. The loss of structural stability leads to unwanted movement of the structure and as the movement of the structure occurs, damage to the seawall cap and panels also occurs