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Masonry primer SIKA® PRIMER AFP
bituminousindoor

masonry primer
masonry primer
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Characteristics

Support
for masonry
Component
bituminous
Location
indoor

Description

One-component, moisture-cured primer for use with Sika®Membran System on bituminous and asphalt based substrates Sika® Primer AFP is a one component, easy to apply, flexible and moisture cured primer used as part of the SikaMembran® System. Designed to adhere to common construction substrates and to provide a compatible interface with bituminous and asphalt based substrates. Compatible with bituminous and asphalt based substrates. One component product - no mixing and ready to use. Good adhesion to most substrates, preventing the migration of water, while allowing the substrate to breathe. Primer Product Benefits Compatible with bituminous and asphalt based substrates. One component product - no mixing and ready to use. Good adhesion to most substrates, preventing the migration of water, while allowing the substrate to breathe. Easy application by roller. Fast curing. Cold applied. UV resistant. Elastic and retains flexibility even at low temperatures. Usage Sika® Primer AFP is designed to ensure compatibility between the substrate (including bituminous and asphaltic products) and the SikaMembran® System without the need to fix and/or drill a termination bar. Advantages Compatible with bituminous and asphalt based substrates. One component product - no mixing and ready to use. Good adhesion to most substrates, preventing the migration of water, while allowing the substrate to breathe. Easy application by roller. Fast curing. Cold applied. UV resistant. Elastic and retains flexibility even at low temperatures.

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