Sika has announced the launch of its new SikaScreed P-24 as the latest addition to its Sika cementitious range.
The new screed system is both durable and fast drying. It is overcoatable with all flooring types within 24 hours and can carry pedestrian traffic in just three hours at 20°C.
SikaScreed P-24 has a compressive strength of 30N/mm2 and a 5N/mm2 flexural strength. Suited for almost any commercial or residential application, the screed system can be installed in a variety of thicknesses from 25-90mm.
As the latest addition to Sika’s cementitious range, SikaScreed P-24 also features a ternary cement binder which gains high early strength whilst maintaining low shrinkage for rapid trafficking and covering.
SikaScreed P-24 comes with a singly guarantee for total build up. The fast-drying, easy to apply screed can be used in conjunction with other products within Sika’s flooring range to offer a versatile total floor solution for specifiers.
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