Niveland® 30R

High performance self-leveling mortar, for the preparation of interior floors that once hardened is suitable to receive all types of flooring: ceramic, parquet, carpet, etc. Once hardened, it is suitable to receive all types of flooring: ceramic, parquet, carpet, etc. Pumpable. Thickness from 2 to 30 mm. Levelling mortar for irregular indoor floors. High mechanical excellent adhesion on cementitious and concrete mortars. This self-leveling mortar has very good workability and fast hardening.

13813 - CT C30 F6 DAP pavimentos estética

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Product based on special cements, selected aggregates, resins and additives.

Features and applications

  • Leveling of irregular pavements indoors.
  • High mechanical resistance and excellent adherence on cementitious and concrete mortars.
  • Manual or pumped application.
  • Very good workability.
  • Smoothing of floors, in pavements of high pedestrian traffic: commercial premises, restaurants, cafeterias, hotels, etc.
  • It admits terminations with ceramic pavements, natural and artificial stone, etc.
  • Ideal as a finishing coat before receiving coatings of very low thickness: carpet, vinyl, pvc, paints, etc.
  • Fast hardening.
  • Very smooth finish and high surface hardness.
  • Suitable for radiant heating.


  • Concrete, cementitious screeds, of adequate strength, and similar. For other substrates, please consult with our technical department.
  • The substrates must be resistant, stable, healthy and clean, free of dust, traces of release agents, organic products, etc. release agents, organic products, etc.
  • If necessary, the substrate must be prepared by mechanical means, so that it has a surface free of superficial surface without superficial laitance and of adequate porosity.
  • Prior to the application of NIVELAND 30R, any cracks and/or fissures that may be found in the substrate should be adequately repaired by using the appropriate that could be found in the support using the products of the range Niveland, Paviland or MorcemRest according to the nature of the surface MorcemRest according to the nature of the support and the type of repair to be made.
  • Apply the primer Paviland Primer R to avoid the formation of air bubbles in the coating and to improve its adherence to the support improve its adherence to the support.
  • Before applying the paste, make sure that the residual humidity is below the recommended level (less than 3%).

Instructions for use

By pumping machine:

  • A 2-stage mixing pump should be used, adding water until the required fluidity is achieved.
  • Spread the product with a leveling trowel until the desired thickness is achieved.

By manual mechanical kneading:

  • Knead the product with water (6 to 6.5 liters per 25 kg bag) mechanically, with a low speed mechanical mixer (approx. 500 to 500 liters per 25 kg bag)until a homogeneous, lump-free paste is obtained. The exact dosage of water is very important to avoid segregation of the product, high shrinkage and reduced strength.and decrease of the resistances.
  • Let the dough rest for about 2 minutes and knead again.
  • Pour the kneaded product on the substrate and spread it with a levelling trowel until the desired thickness is achieved the desired thickness.
  • In both cases it is recommended to use a spiked roller, of the appropriate size, in an energetic way,in two directions to eliminate the occluded air.
  • The minimum recommended thickness is 2 mm and the maximum is 30 mm applied in a single coat.
  • Respect structural joints and execute perimeter and partition joints.
  • NIVELAND 30R must be protected as it is not a material suitable to be exposed.

Cautions and recommendations

  • Do not apply below 5ºC and do not apply above 30ºC.
  • Do not apply with risk of frost, strong winds or direct sun.
  • Do not apply outdoors. Do not apply on soils with humidity or with risk of humidity.
  • Use gloves and protective goggles for its use. Keep out of reach of children.
  • Once the product has been kneaded and its resting time has elapsed, do not add additional water.
  • For floors with surfaces of more than 20 m2 or more than 10m linear, it is recommended to make partition joints, delimiting panels, with joints of about 6 mm that can be filled with PUMALASTIC MS or PU.
  • The movement joints of the original substrate should be respected and perimeter joints should be made.
  • The surface layer must be protected from drying too quickly, especially in conditions of high temperature and/or strong wind.
  • Before laying the final screed, the residual moisture content of the screed must be checked and checked to see if it is suitable for the type of screed to be installed.

In radiant heating floors:

  • The drying times of the screed must be respected before laying, at least 48 hours.
  • The heating system should be switched on gradually increasing the temperature at intervals of 2-3 ºC until the operating temperature is reached. This should be done in stages over a period of 48 hours.
  • The heating system should be turned off 48 hours before starting the laying work.


25 kg plasticized paper sacks.
Storage up to 1 year in its original closed container, sheltered from weather and humidity.

Technical data

(Statistical results obtained under standard conditions).

Aspect Gray powder
Open weather 20 min
Adherence >1,5
Expansion - Retraction < -0,3
Transit time (*) 2 hours
Time for sanding (*) 4 hours
Time for coating (*) Ceramic or carpet: 6 hours
Parquet or synthetic flooring: 24 hours
Compressive strength >5 N/mm2 (6 hours)
>15 N/mm2 (24 h)
>30 N/mm2 (28 d)
Approximate yield 1,65-1,75 Kg/m2 e mm thickness
Classification in accordance with UNE-EN 13813 CT C30 F6 B1,5
Application thickness without added aggregate 2 a 30 mm

(*): The times refer to a temperature of 23ºC and 55 % relative humidity. They are shorter at higher temperatures and longer at lower temperatures.

CE Mark



14014 CÓRDOBA 




Nº: 501864-01

EN 13813

Fast-setting cement-based self-leveling paste type CT C35 F6 B1,5 for the preparation of interior floors, the installation of light floors such as ceramicinterior, installation of light flooring such as ceramic tiles, parquet, carpet, etc. For thicknesses from 5 to 15 mm.

Reaction to fire Class A1
Emission of corrosive substances CT
Compressive strength C30
Flexural strength F6
Tensile Strength B1.5
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Environmental Product Declaration (EPD)

Mortar made with aggregates close to the production centers, reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with their transport and produced in production centers with Environmental Management Systems certified in accordance with ISO 14001, a firm commitment to sustainability and respect for the environment. Mortar with ecological label type III (the most demanding) Environmental Product Declaration verified externally by AENOR.


The instructions for use are made according to our tests and knowledge and do not imply any commitment by PUMA GROUP and do not release the consumer from the examination and verification of the products for their correct use. Claims must be accompanied by the original packaging to allow proper traceability.

PUMA GROUP is not responsible, in any case, for the application of its products or constructive solutions by the application company or other parties involved in the application and/or execution of the work in question, limiting the liability of PUMA GROUP exclusively to the possible damages directly and exclusively attributable to the products supplied, individually or integrated in systems, due to failures in the manufacture of those.

In any case, the drafter of the work project, the technical management or person in charge of the work, or subsidiarily the application company or other parties involved in the application and/or execution of the work in question, must make sure of the suitability of the products according to their characteristics, as well as the conditions, support and possible pathologies of the work in question.

The values of the products or constructive solutions of PUMA GROUP that are determined in the UNE standard or any other applicable in each case refer exclusively to the conditions expressly stipulated in said standard and that are referred, among others, to certain characteristics of the support, humidity and temperature conditions, etc. without being required to tests obtained in different conditions, all in accordance with what is expressly established in the reference standard.