Sika Deutschland GmbH

Maximum protection for drinking water facilities

Coatings of drinking water tanks, on the one hand, need to protect the structural fabric and, on the other hand, they have to meet highest hygiene standards. A high-quality concrete remains durable even if permanently in contact with water, but it is difficult and/or requires high costs and effort to be produced so as to be suitable for drinking water applications. A number of pollutants that cannot be controlled may involve the risk of microbial contamination, in particular through shrinkage holes and cavities. Only surfaces that are permanently leakproof and feature a low total porosity are...

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