Q-GROUTQUIK-GROUT one-sack grouting and plugging material is a sodium bentonite-based grout designed for grouting water wells, monitoring wells, and for plugging boreholes. QUIK-GROUT grouting and plugging material does not contain any polymers.

  • Easy-to-use one sack grout and dust-free mixing
  • Can be mixed and pumped using conventional rig equipment
  • Rehydratable
  • No heat of hydration
  • Can develop a 20% active solids slurry weighing 9.4 lb/gal (1.13 g/cm³) with hydrostatic gradient of 0.489 psi/ft (11.1 kPa/meter)
  • Can create a low permeability seal to prevent entry of contaminants from the surface
  • Can develop a permanent, flexible seal to prevent commingling between aquifers
  • NSF/ANSI Standard 60 certified



  • Can seal or grout plastic and steel casings
  • Can seal downhole instrumentation in test and observation holes
  • Can plug abandoned boreholes and earthen cavities
  • Not recommended for use as a cement additive



Appearance: Beige to tan granules
Specific Gravity: 2.6
pH (8% slurry): 8.2
Electrical Resistivity: 0.98 ohm-meter
Yield Volume: 26.3 gallons per 50lb sack / 99.5 liters per 23kg sack


For maximum results, pre-treat make-up water with Soda Ash to less than or equal to 100 mg/l total hardness and to a pH range of 8.5 – 9.5.

The recommended mixing rate is one 50-lb (23-kg) sack of QUIK-GROUT grouting and plugging material per 24 gallons (91 liters) of fresh water to create a 20% active solids by weight grout with a density of 9.4 lb/gal or 1.13 g/cm³.

Do not over mix and do not use a centrifugal pump.

  • Using a mixing device, blend one sack of QUIK-GROUT grouting and plugging material into 24 gallons (91 liters) of fresh water. Rate of addition should be about 20 to 30 seconds per 50-lb (23-kg) bag. Note: The resulting slurry should have an oatmeal consistency containing unyielded or partially yielded bentonite.
  • Pump slurry through tremie pipe into hole without delay. Grout slurry should be pumped through tremie pipe from bottom of interval to surface to ensure effective displacement. Maintain submergence of tremie pipe a minimum of 10-feet within grout column for uniform displacement.



  • The grouting material and method selected will depend upon the specific subsurface environment including all prevailing geological and hydrological factors and any existing regulatory requirements. The grouting process may not be complete until the grout is static at the desired level.
  • The use of bentonite may not be appropriate in environments where the formation water chemistry has a total hardness greater than 500 parts per million and/or a chloride content of greater than 1500 parts per million.



QUIK-GROUT grouting and plugging material is packaged in 50-lb (23-kg) multiwall paper bags, containing 0.7 ft³ (0.02 m³).