A Sika Company hold Schönox distribution rights

Published:  25 March, 2015

Everbuild – A Sika Company are pleased to announce that they now hold exclusive distribution rights to the leading Schönox brand, a name that is synonymous with quality products for the building and renovation industry.

A leading supplier to the German market for many years, Schönox develops and manufactures quality products for installing all types of floor tiles and coverings with the range including levelling compounds, floor adhesives, primers and waterproofing membranes.

The Schönox brand is exclusively available to order through Sika Everbuild alongside their current product range. The new range includes Schönox ZM Rapid, a rapid setting self-levelling compound allowing coverings to be laid after just 90 minutes; Schönox iFloor System, a revolutionary new system that incorporates a unique rollable adhesive giving clean and fast installation and Schönox Durocoll a multi-purpose, high quality, reinforced dispersion adhesive, ideally suited for use with problematic, high movement soft floor coverings in internal areas.

To coincide with the launch, a Schönox catalogue has been designed featuring the full product range as well as including some complementary products from the current Sika and Everbuild brands.

For further information on the Schönox range contact your local sales representative, call direct on 0113 240 3456 or visit the website at www.everbuild.co.uk.

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