HOWDON WATER TREATMENT WORKS, NORTH TYNESIDE

Concrete repair solution using: Sika® MonoTop® 4400MIC

Sika supplied the abrasion-resistant system to improve the performance of a wastewater treatment site serving more than one million UK homes. Howdon sewage treatment works is based in Wallsend in North Tyneside. Owned by Northumbrian Water and capable of treating up to 12,000 litres of wastewater per second, it is the largest site of its kind on England’s east coast between  Edinburgh and the River Thames.

Hull North Bridge

SIKA ENSURES GRADE II LISTED BRIDGE IS FIT FOR THE FUTURE

As the structure has a large aggregate imprint to it which had become more defined over the years due to weathering, the Hull City Council planners wanted to return the structure back to its original ‘art deco’ appearance which necessitated a smooth surface. The Sika® MonoTop®-620 levelling render achieved the desired finish.

ISLAND GARDENS, LONDON

SIKA ENSURES HOUSING ESTATE IS FIT FOR THE FUTURE

Sika® MonoTop® – a cementitious two-componentsystem which consists of polymer modified mortars – to make primary repairs to the damaged concrete frame. With a good resistance to waterand chloride penetration, it will help to protect the building’s concreteexterior from future damage.

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