Commercial Photo Album: Lifting Large Industrial Generator That's Tipping Over, Toronto ON
This apartment building's generator was sinking on one side, worrying residents it might tip over. The general contractors reached out to Canadian Concrete Leveling to get a professional recommendation for this situation. Our Director of Sales Matt McCullough, arrived on the scene to let our client know how our PolyLevel® Injection System could get the generator back to level ground. Once we got the go-ahead, Installation Supervisor Kyle McKeown and Installation Specialist Nestor Cabrera prepped their tools and the concrete slab. Our high-density polyurethane was pumped through the concrete filling all voids in the ground. The slab was successfully lifted and levelled to properly support this very heavy structure safely. These are the results:
After in Toronto, ON
After injecting the right amount of polyurethane, the concrete slab was level again.
The tilt in Toronto, ON
The concrete pad is sinking on one side worrying residents that the entire unit would tip over.
Density of the concrete pad in Toronto, ON
The density of the concrete the generator is sitting on requires a 1-metre drill bit to reach the undersoil.
The Job in Toronto, ON
The job required a little bit more material to lift the slab and support the heavy generator.