Sikafloor 156 is a two part epoxy primer, levelling mortar and mortar screed. On its own it is a low viscosity, solvent free epoxy resin, that can be used for priming concrete substrates, cement screeds and epoxy mortars, for normal to strongly absorbent surfaces. Combined with Sika Quartz Sand and Sika Extender T is becomes a levelling mortar and mortar screed.
- For priming concrete substrates, cement screeds and epoxy mortars
- For normal to strongly absorbent surfaces
- Primer for all Sika Epoxy and PUR floorings
- Binder for levelling mortars and mortar screeds
- For internal and external use
Features and Benefits:
- Low viscosity
- Good penetration ability
- High bond strength
- Solvent free
- Easy application
- Short waiting times
- For external use also
For more details please download the product data sheet from the 'DATASHEETS' tab above.
|Ash on 2019-11-18 23:54:25|| |
Hi. I am looking to use Sikafloor 156 as a primer/bonding bridge, prior to using self leaving compound as the self leveller on its own isn’t bonding to the vinyl floor tiles. I have old asbestos vinyl floor tiles, will sikafloor 156 bond? These vinyls tiles are smooth-ish and I’m unable to make a textured surface to ‘grip’ due to asbestos containing & too expensive to remove. My two rooms in total are about 30m2, will two 10kg sikafloor 156 be enough for bonding bridge/primer? If I’ve read the data sheet correctly, is it 0.3kg-0.5kg per m2, per 10kg sikafloor 156 or is it two sikafloor156 as it states 1-2x. Slightly confused with the consumption calculations. Please advise on how many sika155 I’d need. Many thanks for the advice.
Be very careful with the prep of the tiles, abrasion techniques would not be recommended due to them containing asbestos. Please ensure they are clean and dry and free of contamination.
|Philip Mahood on 2018-06-05 15:21:06|| |
When used as a dpm over a new concrete floor due to a higher level of moisture in the concrete than thats exceptable. what would the m2 be?
In regards to using Sikafloor 156 as a DPM Sika recommend a consumption rate of 0.5kg/m², this can either be applied in one coat at 0.5kg/m² or two coats at 0.25kg/m²/per coat.
|Beverley Leach on 2018-05-03 11:16:32|| |
Can I use Sika 156 primer on an old stone tiled floor with some damp, prior to laying sheet vinyl?
If the moisture content is less that 99% R/H then theoretically yes. We would recommend that you remove the tiles and apply the DPM to the original substrate, this will ensure an even 0.5kg/m² of Sikafloor 156 can be applied. This may be hard to achieve if the tiles are left due to the grout lines, etc.
Will Sikafloor 156 bond to old stone tiles? more than likely, we would recommend that you abrade the tiles leaving a rough gripping surface profile.