Why Choose a Cold-Applied Liquid Roofing System?
Sika has an extensive range of liquid membranes and associated products, providing a comprehensive range of solutions for any project, from flat and metal roofs to balconies and gutters, adhesives to insulators.
- Ideal for exposed roofs with large number of complicated details and penetrations
- Cost-effective, especially for roof renovations and roof repair projects
- Seamless, fills in cracks, gaps and voids in substrate
- Easy and safe application
- Rapid curing and excellent adhesion to all kinds of surfaces
- Applicable for a multitude of waterproofing needs, not only roofs
Liquid-applied roofing membranes are ideal for exposed roofs with a large number of complicated details and penetrations. They are a cost-effective method, especially for roof renovations and roof repair projects. They seamlessly fill in cracks, gaps and voids in substrate. They offer easy and safe application and rapid curing as well as excellent adhesion to all kinds of surfaces. They're durable and applicable for a multitude of waterproofing needs, not only new or existing roofs.Liquid waterproofing systems can be used in refurbishment projects to make your existing roof waterproof.
Liquids Can Be Applied in Highly Complex And Detailed Areas
Cold-Applied Liquid Products
Our Liquid Applied Membrane Technologies
One-component polyurethane based liquid applied membranes
One-component polyurethane based liquid applied membranes and roof coatings were invented in the 1960s and represent an indispensable technology in today’s roofing industry. Due to their high mechanical properties and flexibility, particularly at lower temperatures, as well their capability to cure under a wide range of conditions, polyurethane based liquid applied membranes can also be used in climatically challenging environments.
Two-component polyurethane/polyurea based liquid applied membranes
The demand for two-component polyurethane/polyurea (PU/PUA) based liquid applied membranes has risen in the last decade. The fast and efficient application method by two-component spray machines makes it particularly suitable for large surface application and industrial application. Once the product is mixed in front of the application nozzle and applied to the surface it cures within seconds, allowing a fast over coating or early pedestrian traffic.
Sika has adapted the two-component PU/PUA hybrid technology to cold applications and hand-applied systems, making it now possible to do installations where hot spray is not efficient, while maintaining the same performance characteristics.
Features and Benefits of a Cold-Applied Liquid System
As a liquid system, the waterproofing is a seamless finish, which instantly removes the possibility of joint failure and also provides more design freedom for the architect. This system, is the ideal solution for roof areas that require great detailing but maintaining an aesthetic finish. The system offers outstanding stability and longevity and is BBA Certified for up to 25 years.