Deep Soil Mixing is a soil improvement technology used to treat soils in situ to improve strength and reduce compressibility. The process involves in situ mixing of grout or binder with the soil to create cemented or improved soil. The wet method is where the binder is introduced in slurry form, as opposed to the dry method where the binder is introduced with air. With wet mixing, the most commonly used binder is cement.
The system can be used across Australia for improving unstable ground. Depths of up to 20 metres can be achieved.
Compile Ryobi offer a full range of DSM mixing techniques to suit their client’s requirements for both technical and cost efficiency.