Supa-Fix – The Next Generation in Adhesives

Published:  09 November, 2015

The world of adhesives is changing as Everbuild – A Sika Company launch Supa-Fix APX4 to their customers, an adhesive so powerful it can repair almost anything in just 7 seconds.

Supa-Fix is incredibly strong, curing in seconds, eliminating the waiting times of standard adhesives. It is supplied with a filling and reinforcing powder which when combined with the adhesive sets to create a material so strong it can it be drilled, filed, sanded or ground to create the perfect repair.

Supa-Fix can be used on a number of materials including wood, plastics, ceramics, stone and some metals giving hundreds of possible uses. Application using both components is extremely easy, simply pour the powder over the cracked area, apply the adhesive on top and watch as it sets almost instantly.

Supa-Fix is supplied in kits containing two bottles of adhesive, a black and grey filling powder, an anti-curing pin to prevent the adhesive from curing in the bottle and a precision pipe to use on smaller repairs. A high impact, counter top display unit is also available with space to hold 24 Supa-Fix kits.

For further information on Supa-Fix or any other product from the Everbuild or Sika ranges contact your sales representative, call the sales office on 0113 240 2424 or visit

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