spear packer is a reusable grout injection device which connects
the grout hose to a concrete or rock surface. The device is available
in a variety of sizes, valve options, and body metals depending
on the type and volume of grout to be injected. When anchored in
solid concrete or competent rock, the device is suitable for relatively
high volumes and injection pressures as well as a variety of grouts
including urethane, silicates, cements, acrylates, and acrylamide.
Gel grout is easily removed from the spear after injection using
a stiff wire and compressed air. Carbon steel is suitable for all
urethane grouts. Use stainless steel for acrylamide, acrylate, and
other caustic or acidic materials.
Spear Packer has three primary body parts, Wall contact is made
through either a Resi- Mizer QC or a Twist-Lok TL injector. A ball
valve or cone valve handles flow and pressure retention. Hose attachment
takes place through a variety of standard quick-connect options,
including Hansen-type, glad-hand, and camloc fittings. The QC-58
gasket sleeve is used with all smaller versions at the screw/wall
contact point. Larger versions may us a variety of gasket materials
including electrical tape, duct tape and cloth rag. The standard
Wall Spear Packer from Strata Tech is supplied; with a ball valve
and Hanson-type quick connection up to one inch nominal size. Other
sizes and configurations can be specified at time of order placement.