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Jet grouting is a method for forming foundation elements in soils and, in some cases, semi-rocks. The technology consists of mixing the existing soil with a cement mixture under high pressure of about 40–45 MPa. Along the grouting well, a column of grouting-consolidated soil is formed by rotating jets as the grouting monitor is smoothly removed. Soil is compressed in the vicinity of the JG column and therefore consolidated.

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