Sika Damp-proofing Slurry
Sika Damp-proofing Slurry is a 1-component damp proofing and waterproofing mortar for the damp-proofing of underground buildings or waterproof lining of water sources.
Features and Benefits
- Easy to use and apply
- BBA approved
- Just add water
- Brush, trowel or spray applied
- Fast mixing
- Good adhesion
- Excellent workability
- Protects against water penetration
Sika Damp-proofing Slurry is a one part polymer modified cement based waterproof coating comprising of special cement based components and admixtures. When mixed with water a slurry or mortar material is produced for direct application to a variety of construction substrates.
- Waterproof coating for domestic tanking basements
- Thin layer mortar or slurry coating/lining
- Waterproofing/damp-proofing basement and cellar walls and floors
- Damp-proofing interior/exterior basement walls in new buildings
- Water proofing interior/exterior concrete, renders, brickwork and blockwork structures
- Lining of water tanks, pools, planters etc
- Low odour compared to bitumen coatings
- Consistency can be varied to suit application method
- Protects against water penetration
- Conforms to BS 8102:1990 as a polymer-cement based waterproof coating for Type A shallow basement structures – Grades 1, 2 and 3
For further information and application information please download the product data sheet below.
- Interior / Exterior Use
- Interior and Exterior
- Water / Solvent Based
- For Use On
- Concrete, Brickwork
- Application Method
- Brush, Trowel, Spray
- Standard / Ready Mixed
- Single, Two or Three Pack
- Product Certifications
- EN 1504-2: 2004
- Pack Size
- 2.1kg per m² per mm
- Touch Dry
- 6 Hours
|jez thorpe on 2021-09-06 13:50:34|| |
Once 2 coats of Skia Slurry are applied to a basement wall, how would you finish? Is it suitable to be painted over or would you need to frame out and plasterboard the wall?
After application plaster board and or timber battens can be bonded to the wall, or finishing plaster applied.
It is not recommended to use gypsum based plasters.
|Luke Thomas on 2021-04-22 08:15:46|| |
Hi, can this be used externally on a stone wall below ground level? Can a layer of blackjack be used over as an extra measure?
Thank you for the enquiry, we have contacted you directly for more information to assist you further.
|Che Watson on 2019-11-28 15:47:01|| |
Would this be suitable for a cellar with sandstone walls?
As long as the walls are of sufficient strength then this should be ok.
At the time of writing the data sheet states;
SUBSTRATE QUALITY / PRE-TREATMENT
The substrate must be structurally sound and free of all traces of contaminants, loose and friable particles, cement laitance, oils and grease etc. The concrete “pull off” (tensile adhesive) strength must be > 1.0 N/mm2.
|SR Suner on 2018-07-28 03:54:39|| |
Looking to identify the particular damp proofing powder by Sika that gave a light reddish brown hue following application: What would it be called, could you let me know the product name? Many thanks.
To our knowledge Sika have nothing in their range which is reddish brown and a damp proof slurry.
The only other thing that may have been used would be a red/brown sharp sand with Portland cement mixed with Sika 1 Waterproofer Liquid Admixture that will be reddish brown but that will be site batched and not a pre-bagged product.
|Micheal on 2018-04-04 12:31:24|| |
Is it strong enough to be used on garden shed floor that has no dpm to stop damp and take weight of tractor lawnmower?
Although Sika Damp-proofing Slurry can be used on the shed floor to stop damp rising through the slab, we would recommend a protective screed on top, as the Sika Damp-proofing Slurry is a thin coating (2-4mm) that could be damaged if heavy machinery (lawnmowers, etc) are thrown on top. For the protective screed we would recommend SikaScreed HardTop 60 is used at 8mm thickness.
|robin wright building & joinery services on 2016-10-10 10:46:11|| |
Question: Can a plasterboard adhesive be used on this product after it has cured to allow it to be boarded and skimmed.
Yes, as long as it is non-gypsum based.