Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting -Brief Notes

Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting is a revolutionary technique which provides flexibility, ease of use and reliability while lifting concrete slabs. This unique foam-coated rubber composite material acts as a strong yet flexible layer between the concrete slab and the surrounding soil or other material. It forms a very shallow foam pocket between the slab and the substrate, which are not easily spotted by eye. The foam thus ensures that the concrete slabs remain in place and do not move even after being lifted with the help of a crane.

In fact many construction companies are switching over to this revolutionary technique of lifting concrete slabs with the help of polyurethane foam because of its unmatched strength, rigidity and resilience. Some of the concrete slabs can be handled up to three times before they become too weak or else collapse. This makes the process of lifting these slabs much easier and hassle-free. Once the concrete slabs have been lifted with the help of foam, they can then be immediately dropped or transferred to a new position without causing much damage to the area.

There are a number of factors that determine how well a foam coating can perform in areas like flooring, skirting board, insulation and trim. All the components of the entire system including polyurethane foam and concrete slabs require minimal equipment for transportation. Since they require minimum equipment for transportation means are available for them. All the three dimensional objects can be easily fitted into the entire system with the help of pre-fabricated trays.