Grout definition

Grout means a material approved in accordance with Rule .0107(e) of this Section for use in sealing the annular space of a well or liner or for sealing a well during abandonment.
Grout or “cement grout” means cement mixed with no more than 50% sand by volume, and containing no more than six gallons of water per 94 pound sack of cement.
Grout means, for the purposes of this chapter, a fluid mixture of cement and water (neat cement); sand, cement and water (sand cement grout); or bentonite and water (bentonite grout or slurry) of a consistency that can be forced through a pipe and placed as required.

Examples of Grout in a sentence

Grout: ASTM C 1107, factory-mixed and -packaged, dry, hydraulic-cement, nonshrink and nonmetallic grout; suitable for interior and exterior applications.

Where a ready-mixed grout is used, the powdered aluminium shall be added at the placing Site and the batch mixed as specified in PSG 9.4. Grout shall be placed within 45 min.

Nonshrink, Nonmetallic Grout: Factory-packaged, nonstaining, noncorrosive, nongaseous grout complying with ASTM C 1107.

Grout Guards: Weld guards to frame at back of hardware mortises in frames to be grouted.

Nonshrink, Nonmetallic Grout: Factory-packaged, nonstaining, noncorrosive, nongaseous grout complying with ASTM C 1107/C 1107M.


More Definitions of Grout

Grout means and include the following:
Grout means neat cement, concrete, or other sealing material which is approved by the department and which is used to seal a well casing in a well.
Grout means a fluid mixture of cement and water (neat cement) of a consistency that can be forced through a pipe and placed as required. Various additives, such as sand, bentonite, and hydrated lime, may be included in the mixture to meet certain requirements. For example, sand is added when a considerable volume of grout is needed.
Grout or "grouting material" means any stable impervious bonding material which is capable of providing a watertight seal between the casing and the formation throughout the depth required to protect against objectionable matter and which is reasonably free of shrinkage.
Grout means a cementing agent which is used for plugging and sealing exploration drill holes.
Grout means a slurry used to form a permanent, impervious seal in the annular space or to fill and seal abandoned holes or wells.
Grout means any stable, impervious bonding material, reasonably free of shrinkage, which is capable of providing a watertight seal in the annular spaces of a water well throughout the depth required, to protect against the intrusion of objectionable matter.