Sikafloor Level 30
Sikafloor Level 30 is a high performance, polymer modified, pumpable, cementitious, self-levelling and fast drying, cementitious screed for indoor or outdoor use at 4 - 30mm thickness. It meets the requirements of Class R3, according to EN 1504–3.
- Low shrinkage
- Fast setting and drying
- Highly fluid
- 3-4 hours walk on time (+20°C)
- Good surface appearance and hardness
- Excellent freeze-thaw salt resistance
- Casein and Formaldehyde free
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Sikafloor Level 30 is a polymer modified, pumpable, self-levelling, fast drying, cementitious screed for higher thickness interior or exterior floors meeting the requirements of Class R3, according to EN 1504–3.
- Levelling or smoothing screeds and concrete floors at a thickness between 4 – 30mm in one working step
- As a screed for industrial service conditions when sealed with a PU or EP resin topcoat
- Medium to high load (heavy traffic and forklift pallet trucks with impact load)
- Restoration work
- Structural strengthening
- Preserving or restoring passivity
For further details and application advice, please download the data sheets linked below.
- Interior / Exterior Use
- Interior and Exterior
- For Use On
- Concrete, Screed
- Application Method
- Standard / Ready Mixed
- Single, Two or Three Pack
- Product Certifications
- EN 13813
- Pack Size
- 1.8kg / m² / mm
- Touch Dry
- 3 Hours
|Carol L Townsley on 2019-11-13 14:27:01|| |
Can you advise me what is the coverage of 1 bag of Sikal Floor Level. I am wanting this to be around 10mm thick. The room is approx 12ft x 15ft. I thought it would give the coverage; but cannot see this. Thanks Carol
The coverage rates for products are stated under the 'Product Details' tab on each product page - The coverage rate for Sikafloor Level 30 is 1.8kg/m²/mm.
Based on 17m² (12x15ft) at a rate of 10mm thick you would require 306kg of material (13 x 25kg bags).
|marcus on 2019-05-28 19:58:08|| |
Can I use this on top of concrete as base for fire pit pizza oven,can it take direct flames. Thanks.
No, we would not recommend this.
|Chris Coffill on 2019-01-30 21:23:27|| |
I have a garage floor approximately 2.5m X 3.25m with a tamped finish very rough. It was painted about 12 years ago, now chipped in various places but appears sound. What products should I use to give a finish, smooth enough to move a heavy weight around on small caster wheels. Some idea of quantities would be helpful. Many thanks.
A product such as Sikafloor Level 30 or Rust-Oleum Speed Screed would be ideal for this application but all products of this nature that we offer will require the surface to be clean, dry and free of all contaminants e.g. dirt, oils, grease, existing coatings and surface treatments etc. before application.
|Chris on 2019-01-17 13:41:30|| |
Hi can you use this over tiles save taking them up
Idealy we would recommend to remove the tiles, however as long as they are well adhered to the concrete and are not broken up, you can abrade the surface of the tiles to remove the sheen, prime with Sikafloor 161 with a broadcast and go over with the Sikafloor Level 30 to required depth. You just need to take into consideration that the bond strength of the screed will only be as strong as the bond between the tiles and the concrete.
|Eugene McArdle on 2018-09-16 16:46:50|| |
Can I use Sikafloor 30 on a concrete garage floor as a finished surface ready for painting.
|Milda on 2018-06-13 15:24:40|| |
Does Sikafloor Level 30 pump screed require priming prior application? Assuming it's going onto mechanically prepared (ground or shot-blasted) concrete base. Many thanks, Milda