Niveland® 10 CT C25 F5

Self-levelling mortar for interior residential floors that once  harden accepts any kind of pavements: ceramic, parquet, etc. 2mm to 10 mm thickness.

13813 - CT C25 F5 COV GBC

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Additional information

Composition

Product based on cements,  selected aggregates and additives.

Features and applications

  • Irregular pavements levelling in interior areas.
  • High mechanical resistance.
  • Easy to apply
  • High self-levelling capacity.
  • Floors' smoothing in residential areas with moderate  pedestrian traffic, before placing the final pavement: ceramic, parquet, PVC, linoleum, etc.

Substrates

  • Concrete, cementitious floorings or substrates  with a suitable resistance or similar stregth.  In case of working with other substrates, please consult our technical department.
  • Substrates must be resistant, stable,  sound, and clean, free from dust or any other kind of substances, organic products, etc.
  • If necessary prepare the substrate mechanically so that the surface if free from grout and has the appropriate porosity.
  • Before applying NIVELAND 10, any possible hollows and cracks should be adequately repaired using the Niveland, Paviland or Morcem Rest adequate product, according to the nature of the substrate and the type of reparation  required.
  • Apply Paviland Primer R to avoid the formation of air bubbles in the cladding and in order to improve its adherence to the substrate according to the instructions given in the technical data sheet of the product.
  • Before applying the paste, ensure that the residual humidity is below the recommended level (lower than 3%).

 

Instructions for use

  • Mix the product with water (5.75-6.0 L per each 25 Kg bag), with a mechanic mixer at low speed ( 500 rpm approximately) until getting a homogeneous paste without lumps. It is essential to add the exact specified amount of water in order to avoid the segregation of the product, high retractions and a decrease in  resistance.
  • Let the mixture stand for 2 minutes and remix.
  • The paste should be used during the following 30 minutes after it has been prepared, this, of course, will depend on environmental conditions as well.
  • Pour the mixed product on top of the substrate and spread it with a levelling trowel.
  • The maximum thickness suggested would be around 10mm thickness applying it in just one layer.
  • Respect the structural joints and carry out perimeter and partition joints.
  • NIVELAND 10 must be protected, as it is not an appropriate material to remain uncovered.

 

Cautions and recommendations

  • Do not apply it under 5ºC nor above 30ºC.
  • Do not apply when there is a risk of frost, strong wind or direct sun weather conditions
  • Not recommended for exterior use Do not apply  on floors with humidity or that may suffer from it in the future.
  • Do not add any  aggregates, cement nor any type of product that may modify the original formula.
  • Once the product has been mixed and its resting time has passed, do not add any more water.
  • For floors larger than 20 m2 or longer than 10 lineal metres, it is advisable to make partitioning joints, delimiting panels with 6 mm joints that can be sealed with PUMALASTIC MS or PU.
  • Movement joints on the original substrate must be respected and permiteral joints made.
  • The surface coat should be protected against an extremely fast drying, specially under high temperatures or heavy winds conditions.
  • Before placing the final pavement, you should check the residual humidity of the floor and confirm it is adequate for the type of flooring to be installed.

Packaging

25kg laminated paper bags.
1 year storage in its original packaging, away from extreme weather conditions and humidity.

Technical data

(Statistic results were obtained under standard conditions).

Aspect Grey powder
Life time of the paste 30 minutes
Adherence to  concrete >1 N/mm2
Time to wait before walking on surface (*) 8– 12 hours
Sanding time (*) 12– 24 hours
Cladding time (*) Ceramic or carpet: 12-24 hours
Parquet or synthetic cladding: 24-48 hours
compression strength >5 N/mm2 (1 d)
>15 N/mm2 (7 d)
>  25 N/mm2 (28 d)
Approximate yield  1,5 Kg/m2  and mm thickness
Classification according to UNE EN 13813 CT C25 F5
Thickness of application: 2 a 10 mm
 
(*): Time refers to a temperature range around 23ºC and 55% relative humidity. They are shorter at higher temperatures and longer at lower temperatures.
 

 

 

CE Mark

GRUPO PUMA SL

Avda. AGRUPACIÓN CÓRDOBA, 17
14014 CÓRDOBA
18
Nº:501870-01

EN 13813

NIVELAND 10
Self-levelling mortar (CT.C25-F5 type) for indoor floors preparation, installation of  light floorings such as tiles, parquet, fitted carpet, etc. Thickness from 2 mm to 10 mm. 

Fire reaction Clase A1
Emission of harmful substances CT

Compressive Strength

Flexural Strength

C25

F6

Dangerous substances

Check Safe sheet
 

 

Note

The instructions for use are given according to our tests and knowledge and do not imply any commitment by GRUPO PUMA nor free the consumer from the examination and verification of the products for their correct use. Claims must be accompanied by the original packaging to allow a proper traceability.

GRUPO PUMA is not responsible, in any case, for the application of its products or constructive solutions carried out by the application company or other parties involved in the process and / or execution of the work, limiting the responsibility of GRUPO PUMA exclusively to the damages directly attributable to the supplied products, individually or integrated in systems, due to failures in their manufacturing process.

In any case, the drafter of the work project, the technical management or the person responsible for the work, or collaterally the application company or other parties involved in the process and / or execution of the work, must ensure the suitability of the products addressing the characteristics of them, as well as the conditions, support and possible pathologies of the work in question.

The values obtained by GRUPO PUMAS's products or its constructive solutions that, as the case may be, are determined by the EN standards or any other regulation that applies to it in each case refers exclusively to the conditions specifically stipulated in said regulation and that are referred to, among others, to certain characteristics of the support, humidity and temperature conditions, etc. without being them required in the tests obtained under different conditions, all in accordance with the relevant regulation.