The Sika Secure flooring range has been designed to meet different functional and aesthetic requirements; comprising over 100 products, the range offers a complete flooring solution for a variety of applications.
The range comprises liquid applied soft resin flooring systems, SikaFloor expoy and polyurethane systems and Sika ComfortFloor, which has been developed for commercial and public building areas.
Five self-levelling compounds, three primers and a number of floor finishes – including vinyl, resin, parquet and linoleum – are included within the product offering. Sika Secure also comprises the company’s cementitious flooring solution, which has been developed for use in non-industrial projects.
The range also encompasses a new series of Sika Screed solutions; the range’s product offering allows customers to specify a total flooring solution.
The range has been designed to simplify the specification and application of flooring.
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