Injection systems involve injecting aqueous solutions into the ground to treat expansive, collapsible, and desiccated clay and railroad subgrade mud pockets.

Injection systems technique illustration

Common uses

Treat soils below planned and existing railways, roadways and buildings
Stabilize expansive soil
Cement embankment and levee slides
Stabilize railroad subgrades


The composition of the aqueous solution depends on the application. Injection units advance injection pipes into the treatment zone. An aqueous solution of water, lime slurry, cement slurry, or potassium chloride is injected to reduce shrink/swell potential for treating expansive soils. 

Specialist contacts

Jarrod Widmer | Project Manager | 469-430-7720

Alfredo Trevino | Project Executive | 469-827-9064


Keller has in-house designed and built rigs to perform these projects safely and efficiently