SikaWrap is another industry-leading product branch from Sika, designed to reinforce large structures. Using carbon fibre wraps and carbon cords, they strengthen structures to give them a reliable load resistance. These wraps can improve seismic performance, replace missing steel reinforcement, increase the ductility of columns, increase loading capacities, allow safe refurbishment, correct structural or design defects, improve service life and also upgrade where necessary to comply with ever-changing standards. 

SikaWrap can be used on a large selection of structures. A good example is the use of SikaWrap in preparation for the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Russia built a vast array of stadia during that period including The Fisht Stadium. The complex was built to hold 47,700 spectators, so required exemplary structural engineering and strengthening. The stadium has since hosted the 2018 FIFA World Cup and is being used still by the Russian National Team.  

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Sika AG is a specialty chemical company for building and motor vehicle supplies, headquartered in Baar, Switzerland. It has a leading market position in both the building sector and the automotive industry.

Kaspar Winkler invented the first Sika product in 1910, and their first major project was the waterproofing of the Gotthard tunnel in his native Switzerland. 

Today Sika can be found in 101 different countries, including here in the UK since 1927, based in Welwyn Garden City and Preston, Lancashire. From the basement to the roof, Sika provides an entire range of products for the repair, protection, construction or sealing of your building.

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