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Concrete Injection Made Easy
53 minutes | a month ago
019 How to run a construction company with Jens Bögershausen
#019 The owner of such a company works a lot, of course. Travels a lot, probably. But he can't be everywhere at once. This means that finding the right associates, controlling the quality of the tasks performed, building a network of contacts, and acquiring customers become a project, not just a single task.In fact, each of these is a separate project that must be supervised, consulted, asked the right questions and motivated people to look for the best answers.So if you are an entrepreneur struggling with a handful of employees, you have problems with maintaining the quality and repeatability of your services, you are thinking about hiring subcontractors but you are afraid that you will not maintain the quality (as I am at the moment), this conversation is simply for you.https://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/how-to-run-a-construction-company-with-jens-boegershausen
32 minutes | 2 months ago
Taking over the job site - crack re-injection
#018 od the Concrete Injection Made EasyIn the episode, I suggest what kind of information you should collect and then what to do to repair the leaking crack. I also mention the parameters of the resins that are the best for the correction.http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/taking-over-the-job-site-crack-re-injection
28 minutes | 2 months ago
Forum on Injection Technology 2020+1 on the podcast
#017 Had it not been for Covid, everything would have gone as planned. The 2020 UEFA European Football Championship and Forum on Injection Technology (Forum Injektion Technik) would take place in 2020. But sadly, both of these events were canceled and moved to 2021. Today we are talking about the latter because I managed to invite Mr. Marvin Klostermeier, a representative of the organizer of this event to the Concrete Injection Made Easy podcast.Show notes are available on the podcast page. Just click the link below:http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/forum-on-injection-technology-2020-1-in-the-podcast
17 minutes | 2 months ago
These 7 questions (and answers) will increase the effectiveness of remedial injection
Let me ask you a question. Do you want to earn more, have more time, develop your business, sleep well without thinking that there may be leakages somewhere caused by your mistakes?This episode reminds me of how I was improving my knowledge and saving the company from collapse. As I have told you several times, I was doing so well that I started thinking about development. Unfortunately, I didn't think it over. New departments did not go as I planned.http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/these-7-questions-and-answers-will-increase-the-effectiveness-of-remedial-injectionFrom this episode, you will learn what questions to ask to collect information that will help you make good decisions. Most probably these questions (and answers) will save your business like mine.
46 minutes | 3 months ago
How to seal the dilatation of the tank without entering it?
#015 How to seal the dilatation of the tank without entering it?Where is a need, there is a solution.And as we can see, the injection can be carried out even in the difficult conditions of the lack of regular supplies, and high temperature and humidity by a small group of trained people. This conversation proves once again, that persistence is one of the most important qualities needed in our industry.http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/015-how-to-seal-the-dilatation-of-the-tank-without-entering-itI wonder how you deal with similar challenges?Have you done an interesting repair and would you like to tell about it to a wider audience?Maybe you have sealed a dam or a tunnel somewhere?Share your experience and make this knowledge to go further into the world.Thank you again, Frank, for this conversation, photos, and street sounds of your city that we're listening to right now.As you may have realized, they accompanied us during this podcast.Another episode of Concrete Injection Made Easy is in two weeks.Make sure you hit subscribe if you haven't already, and I hope you will tune in next time.
23 minutes | 3 months ago
Epoxy vs. Polyurethane Concrete Crack Injection - how to choose?
#014 episode of Concrete Injection Made Easy podcast.And since it’s a concrete injection podcast, I have a question: what do we use most often on our job sites to inject into the cracks?Today's episode is my solo show explaining how to choose the right resin to inject the crack.We’ll look at the main similarities and key differences and which are used when. I’ll give you an insider’s take on my experience using both.http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/epoxy-vs-polyurethane-crack-injection-how-to-chooseMake sure you stay till the end (this episode is shorter than usual so it's easier :) ) so you get the details. I also mention the best injection pump nad packer type to use both solutions.If you ever wanted to take full advantage of using epoxy resin, this episode is just for you.
29 minutes | 4 months ago
Anton Vorek DESOI Koester Mabi on COVID, market, and the future of the injection industry
#013 The main message of the whole episode is the need to plan for the future in a positive way. There is and there will be different kinds of crises. So we need to be flexible and prepared for that. One thing we know for sure is that there will be future crises. All our guests say remedial services will be needed, some say the future is here. All of them also say their product will be improved, focus on constant improvement and enhancement. All highlight the need to stay close to clients, gain insight into client needs. Also to deliver more content, use tech and digitalization to be there for customers 24 hrs per day. Very optimistic about the future. So that’s a good note to end on. So now I feel even more committed to this podcast to provide industry insights and products and solutions. The more we know, the better we can take advantage of the trends that are unfolding in front of our eyes, and with the podcast, I’ll be bringing all this to your attention.Episode notes:http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/013-anton-vorek-desoi-koester-mabi-on-covid-market-and-the-future-of-the-injection-industrySo thanks for tuning in and see you next time.
43 minutes | 4 months ago
Crack Injection episode #012 Q&A 1st Webinar
The 12th episode of Concrete Injection Made Easy is a transcript of yesterday's webinar, which was a session of answering your questions.I replied about why I insist on drilling smaller holes and using smaller than 13mm packers.Why drill such large holes? It's a waste of time, resin and concrete deterioration. Let's not do that anymore!Podcast episode notes are here:http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/crack-injection-q-a-webinar-012Thanks for listening, and I hope you tune in next time.
53 minutes | 5 months ago
Taking the ‘Voodoo’ Out of Concrete Injection With Chris Coderre from SealBoss
#011 episode of Concrete Injection Made Easy podcast. A big problem on job sites is that some concrete repair contractors aren’t methodical enough in applying proven processes and technologies. This leads to sub-optimal execution and customer dissatisfaction. And this just makes bad name for the dedicated professionals among us.The key to being the kind of contractor that gets repeat business because they use proven methods, technologies, and processes is to leverage the information that can be found in well-prepared datasheets.Episode notes and transcript is available on the Podcast webpage. Click the link below:http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/taking-the-voodoo-out-of-concrete-injection-with-chris-coderre-from-sealbossMy guest, Christopher Coderre, Technical Sales Manager at SealBoss Concrete Solutions, has loads of experience in providing solutions to concrete repair professionals. He and the team at SealBoss have distilled decades of experience and put in into technical datasheets that are available for free.So in this episode, we get into how you can use this data and insights to demystify concrete repair and take your concrete injection game to the next level..
61 minutes | 5 months ago
How a Growth Mindset Is Key to Boosting Your Concrete Injection Business
#010 of Concrete Injection Made Easy podcast. Wow, what a milestone! Today’s episode is especially interesting because it goes beyond a technical level and shows the importance of having an attitude that encourages personal and business growth and development.So tune in, subscribe, and leverage this podcast to move you forward on your journey of personal and business development.From the #010 episode of Concrete Injection Made Easy podcast you will find out:that only planning a positive future makes sense, because only this can bring positive resultsthat an open mind is needed in every industry, in injection also although this expression is used rather in new technologies and not on construction sites - it's time to change it!how to prepare yourself for a big projectVisit the podcast page and listen to this amazing story about the preparation and implementation of the injection tunnel sealing:http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/how-a-growth-mindset-is-key-to-boosting-your-concrete-injection-business
53 minutes | 6 months ago
When Using Injection Rubber Is a Way Better Choice Than Acrylic Gel
#009 of Concrete Injection Made Easy Podcast. One complaint I often hear from clients who have ordered concrete leak sealing procedures in which an acrylic gel was used is that under some conditions, the expansion joint leaks again. This problem happens typically because of dry weather, which causes acrylic gels dry out and shrink. And when acrylic gels dry, they lose their elasticity, and ability to adhere to concrete walls. And that’s why water starts leaking. From the #009 episode of Concrete Injection Made Easy podcast you will find out:What are the best areas of application of injection rubber any why?What are the main properties of an injection rubber?When can acrylic gel be used, and when should it rather be used injection rubber?Injection rubber shrinks to its original volume, but not less. What's in it for me?How to apply an injection rubber?Expansion joint sealing relies on swelling rather than adhesion to concrete. Important especially after several swelling/deswelling cycles.How to use re-injected injection hoses and why we have discussed it?What made me choose an injection rubber in one of my latest projects in Wrocław?Concrete Injection Made Easy giveaways:One is a 5 percent discount on HydroBloc 570 injection rubber.The second one is a 30-minute remote consultation by phone or Skype with Mateusz or Michaela. Schedule your conversation today, before it's too late!All details including how to get giveaways are on the episode webpage. Click the link below:http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/find-out-when-using-injection-rubber-is-a-far-better-choice-than-acrylic-gel
50 minutes | 6 months ago
Expand Your Leak Sealing Business Into Concrete Slab Lifting
#008 of Concrete Injection Made Easy podcast.Maybe you’ve asked yourself the question, what does it take to get into a bigger part of the concrete injection game—namely lifting concrete slabs, polyurethane underpinning or other major geotech jobs.Many of you may run businesses or have experience working with waterproofing, joint filling and membrane work. But bigger geotechnical projects are, as my guest Jim Spiegel of Alchemy Spetec says, “a completely different animal.”Episode notes are available on the site - just click the link below:http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/expand-your-leak-sealing-business-into-concrete-slab-liftingMy conversation with Jim really opened my eyes to the ins and outs of expanding a concrete injection business into slab lifting and other major geotech projects.So if you’re thinking about expanding your concrete injection business into these areas, you won’t want to miss this episode!So, if you haven’t already, hit subscribe, sit back and enjoy the episode.
45 minutes | 7 months ago
Concrete injection training - Tradecc's Academy
# 007 Everyone agrees that the more you know, the better you perform. And that’s why in today’s episode I’ve decided to bring you two fantastic concrete injection repair specialists from Belgium. Episode notes are available on the site - just click the link below:http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/concrete-injection-training-tradecc-s-academyThey’re affiliated with Tradecc, a company with a long, 50-year tradition that over the many years of its operation has validated its processes and approach to business building with an impressive customer base and project portfolio. I spoke to Barbara DeNeef, Managing Director of Tradecc, and export manager Annelies Vandermeulen. We dove into some exciting developments going on at Tradecc, including an incredibly promising educational platform called Tradecc's Academy.So, if you haven’t already, hit subscribe, sit back and enjoy the episode.Episode notes are available on the site - just click the link below:http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/concrete-injection-training-tradecc-s-academyThis episode reminds me of a meeting with the author of a very promising book just entering the bookstores. What do you think?
50 minutes | 7 months ago
Acrylic gels for leak-sealing and more with Brice Diochon at SNF
#006 In today’s episode of Concrete Injection Made Easy, everything you ever wanted to know about acrylic gels but were afraid to ask!With Brice Diochon, Specialty Chemicals Manager at SNF.http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/006In the episode, Brice and Mateusz talk acrylic gels and discuss their incredible versatility.Today’s acrylic gels are great for leak-sealing concrete, in curtain injection procedures, and even to make structures more resistant to earthquakes!So tune in, subscribe, and take your concrete injection game to the next level!
41 minutes | 8 months ago
Concrete motorway safety barriers
#005 Marten and I dive into the use of concrete barriers on motorways, as well as the dynamics of damage to concrete barriers due to corrosion of internal reinforcement and concrete degradation due to carbonation. We also get into what the future holds for roadside concrete barrier repair. I hope this episode is food for thought about whether there’s a better way to repair damaged concrete barriers than replacing huge chunks.Episode's notes are available here:http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/005Make sure you hit subscribe if you haven't already and sit back listening.
45 minutes | 8 months ago
Sealing Expansion Joints with Dennis Wagner of Normet
In today’s episode of Concrete Injection Made Easy, I discuss sealing expansion joints with my guest Dennis Wagner, Product Manager of Injection Products at Normet. We explore a common problem on the job site, which is typically caused by mistakes with installing water stops, namely leaking expansion joints.When it comes to injecting resin to fix leaking expansion joints, there are three options: one, injecting into the structure. Two, injecting between the structures, meaning into the expansion joint itself. And three—injecting outside the structure. When to use which is of key consideration whenever setting out to repair a leak.Episode notes and details available at http://inblock.com.pl/en/podcast/004Today’s episode of Concrete Injection Made Easy gives you key tips and tricks to help you choose the right method for sealing a leaking expansion joint.Make sure you hit subscribe if you haven't already and sit back listening.
45 minutes | 9 months ago
Decoding the PU based injection resins with Stephan Delarue from Webac
#003 From this episode, you will learn:Why the PU foaming resins are not the only choice you have?What are the differences between the polyurethane resins?When to apply a foaming resin?How to avoid washing out of resin?How to use fast-reacting PU based resins?What is the difference in applying resin using 1 and 2 component piston pumps?What pump to choose (and what resin) to stop huge water leakage?Why do you need a big amount of resin to stop flowing water?If you want to learn more, please visit inblock.com.pl/podcastThis is where you can listen to the show, download the notes, and comment on each episode with your ideas.There are different application goals, different resin characteristics, amounts of products needed, and equipment...When it's a good idea to use a bigger diameter of injection packers and why?What is the difference in injection in the structure and out of it?No matter what kind of repair we discuss, analysis always comes up as a necessary first step.The whole conversation is a comparison of 2 injection types: crack injection with the stopping of flowing water. Thanks for listening, remember to subscribe. And I hope you tune in next time!
54 minutes | 9 months ago
Why the watertight business will not go away with Nick Chittenden from BASF
#002 You don't want to miss the episode with Nick Chittenden from Master Builders Solutions explaining how the injection technology may be an insurance policy.From this episode you will find out:What is risk management when comes to waterproofing?When you have a high water table you can reasonably expect that you may have a problem later on. How to use this knowledge in advance?How can you tell if there is a potential for leakage? How can we take advantage of the crossover and overlap between two industries: tunneling and deep basement?If you want to learn more, please visit inblock.com.pl/podcastThis is where you can listen to the show, download the notes, and comment on each episode with your ideas.Nick says that injection may not be rocket science, however, imagination is needed!We talk about the knowns and unknowns not knowing why we seem to choose the latter so often.Eventually, we talk about the offering prices. Thanks for listening, remember to subscribe. And I hope you tune in next time!
8 minutes | 9 months ago
Concrete Injection Made Easy podcast - Introduction
#001 This is the brand new Concrete Injection Made Easy Podcast! The very first episode!!If you are an engineer, designer, an applicator, an expert or a supplier of building materials than this podcast is just for you.From this episode, you'll learn my best secret tips that help me to keep the mixed resin low viscous all the time.If you want to find show notes and get information on the guests on the podcast please visit:http://www.inblock.com.pl/podcastI would like this podcast to become a place where we can all learn from each other and exchange solutions so that we can save time and money.Please help me to share it and please subscribe so we can meet in a bigger group of great people every two weeks on Thursday.The first three episodes, including this one, will be available all together on May 7, 2020.Thanks for listening, remember to subscribe. And I hope you tune in next time!
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