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Grout (Rbmndf)

A fluid mixture of cement, bentonite, and water used to seal the annular space around or between well casings, or to fill and seal abandoned wells or boreholes. Also, a fluid mixture of cement and water or of cement, sand and water used to fill joints and voids. (Source: AASHTO Glossary)
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Adhesives (Rbmnd)
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Cement grouts (Rbmndfc)
Chemical grouts (Rbmndfd)
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