Sika MonoTop® rewrites the rule book in terms of low-carbon concrete by generating fewer CO2 emissions compared to other concrete repair solutions – up to 1 tonne of CO2 per 100m2.
In order to promote the range and Sika’s commitment to sustainability, the company is to host a webinar at 11am on Monday, January 31st. Presented by James Collett, Sika’s Area Specification Manager – Specialist Construction Solutions, and Sustainability Manager, Dr Sarah Peake, the course is an opportunity for contractors, specifier and architects to learn about how MonoTop® – a proven, high-performance concrete repair solution – can also reduce their carbon footprint.
John Baron, Specialist Construction Solutions, Business Unit Manager at Sika said: “The new sustainable Sika MonoTop® concrete repair range is a result of our unique mindset and development efforts. We’re proud of this product, as it proves more performance and more sustainability is possible.”
MonoTop® sets new standards in sustainable concrete repair. It comprises Sika MonoTop®-1010, Sika MonoTop®-3020 and Sika MonoTop®-4012 and as well as generating fewer emissions than comparable concrete repair systems, its dust-reducing properties limit particle emissions by up to 70% during application, thus resulting in safer, less-polluted, more comfortable on-site working conditions for operatives.
MonoTop®’s environmentally-friendly credentials are also essential to achieving BREEAM/LEED requirements. Each British Standard-approved product within the system, including the bonding binder and the concrete and levelling mortars, contains recycled waste materials.
John added: “With MonoTop®, we’ve developed a concrete repair solution that benefits the construction industry and the environment. Join our webinar to find out how MonoTop® can benefit your next project.”
To book a place on the webinar, or for more information, visit our website.