Engineered to provide permanent solutions for water leaks, we are so confident in the durability of our product that if any treated leak recurs, we will return to fix it at no additional cost.
This guarantee is our unwavering commitment to excellence and to ensuring the long-term reliability of your infrastructure. Choose our sealing gel, and rest easy knowing you've opted for a solution that we stand behind—for life.
Need More Proof? Click on the video and watch as Euras permanently stops the flow of more than 100L per second, without having to wait for a cure to set in.
The Djerdap Dam, a crucial hydroelectric and navigational facility situated on the Danube River between Serbia and Romania, recently faced a series of leak issues threatening its integrity and function. This case study outlines the steps taken to assess, analyze, and fix the leaks while maintaining operational continuity. By opting for repair over reconstruction, the administration saved millions of dollars and ensured the ongoing provision of renewable energy and water management to the region.
This case study explores how Sveta Petka Hydropower Plant utilized Euras Technology Solutions to address and repair multiple leaks in its facility, ultimately improving the overall plant efficiency and safety.
The design and layout of a Bridge River play a crucial role in creating a harmonious living environment. Factors such as natural lighting, ventilation, and spatial flow contribute to the overall ambiance and functionality of the build.
Civil or Structural Engineers are critical for assessing the damage and providing sustainable solutions for concrete structures. In the case of a water leak, a civil or structural engineer would examine the affected area to determine the extent of the damage, the origin of the leak, and the structural integrity of the building.
Materials Engineers specialize in understanding the properties of different materials, including concrete, metals, plastics, and even gels that can seal leaks. They would be instrumental in developing and testing new materials that can effectively stop water leaks in concrete structures.
Environmental Engineers focus on the broader impact of water leaks, such as soil erosion, water table contamination, and ecological damage. When dealing with water leaks in large structures like dams or water treatment facilities, the role of an environmental engineer is critical for ensuring that repair activities do not harm the surrounding ecosystem.
Mechanical Engineers could be involved in the design and implementation of pumping systems or other machinery used to mitigate water damage. If a water leak has led to flooding, they might design systems to pump out the water efficiently.
The initial phase involves the creation of injection apertures within the target area. The quantity and placement of these apertures are determined based on the engineering analysis and the degree of damage.
The gel is administered through the apertures using our proprietary high pressure injection pumps (up to 200 bars), oriented towards the water inflow into the structure until all water has been displaced and supplanted by our Magic Gel
Upon contact with water, Euras Magic Gel undergoes volumetric expansion, by partially absorbing the liquid, then displacing the remaining excess water while maintaining its elastic properties, effectively mitigating the risk of future subterranean water intrusions.