SikaLevel®-300 (au) is a one part, polymer modified, pumpable self levelling high performance cementitious underlay for the levelling and smoothing of interior floors prior to the application of the final floor finish.
SikaLevel®-300 (au) can be applied manually or by pump to level floors at a thickness between 0.5 - 15 mm, prior to subsequent finishing with ceramic or stone tiles, linoleum, PVC sheet, wood flooring or carpets etc.
Suitable for rolling chair traffic (on the floor finish above).
SikaLevel®-300 (au) is compatible with the Sika adhesives used to lay these types of floor finishes.
Self levelling and good air release.
Fast application because of the very good flow and cohesion of the fresh product.
Very smooth and pore free surface.
Easy to place by pump or manual application.
Capable of levelling surfaces from 0.5 up to 15 mm (15 - 30 mm with added aggregate).
Very good bond and high mechanical strengths.
Maintains good workability and joint healing throughout its pot life.
Fast setting and drying 2-3 hours walk on time (+20°C).
Very good surface appearance and hardness.
Casein and Formaldehyde free.
Very low emissions.
Sika Australia | Concrete & Floor Treatment Products
Sika is a global company with a total of around 80 production and marketing companies in over 60 countries. Sika is active in the field of speciality chemicals dividing its activities into two business areas; the Construction Division and the Industry Division.
While on the technical side these two business areas are closely linked, on the commercial side they reduce the vulnerability to economic cycles because they depend on different markets. The technological affinities permit economies of scale in the areas of R&D, purchasing and production.
Sika is a company with a strong innovative tradition, constantly striving for new levels of excellence. This means developing innovative technologies that will open up new opportunities for the company, its employees, and its partners in trade and industry.
Sika is an independent Swiss group founded in Zurich in 1910. Its shares are listed on the Swiss Exchange (SWX).