Cement Deep Mixing (CDM) Method

Cement Deep Mixing (CDM) Method

A method to harden the ground through chemical reaction by grouting the slurry-like cement type of improved material into the soft ground so as to mix the soil. In standard operation, the cement slurry is discharged from the bottom side of the mixer blade while the casing is being driven in.

Cement Deep Mixing (CDM) – LODIC Method

Cement Deep Mixing (CDM) – LODIC Method

The quantity of soil that has been displaced with similar volume of the cement slurry that has been filled during the penetrating & withdrawing of screw which is installed at the top-side of the mixer blade. CDM Method is displacement reduction type that is able to construct work without affecting the surronding ground & existing structures.

Deep Cement Stabilisation (DCS) Method

Deep Cement Stabilisation (DCS) Method

Relative mixing caused by the reverse rotation of outer & inner blade to mix the curing agent the slurry & the ground uniformly so as to create a uniformly improved substance. It is able to form max 2.5m diameter improved substance to reduce construction period & construction cost .