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S&P Resin 230

Levelling Mortar

S&P Resin 230

S&P Resin 230 levelling mortar is a solvent-free, thixotropic, grey 3-component epoxy-based mortar with an inert quartz sand filling-component.


Field of application

  • To level out uneven surfaces
  • Material characteristics of the fresh and hardened adhesive are designed specifically to satisfy the special requirements of the S&P structural component reinforcement system



  • Thixotropic, enables application of thick layers
  • Hardens with minimum shrinkage
  • Solvent-free
  • High mechanical strength
  • Stickiness-free hardening, even when there is high air humidity
  • Rapid strength developing
  • Convenient pot life

Consumption: approx. 1.9 kg/m² per mm layer thickness

Documentation and Literature

Technical Data Sheet S&P Resin 230
Safety Data Sheet S&P Resin 230, Comp. A
Safety Data Sheet S&P Resin 230, Comp. B
Safety Data Sheet S&P Resin 230, Comp. F

Tab Group

Logistic Data

Units of 30 kg
Comp. A + B: at +10 °C to +30 °C, 24 months
Comp. F (filler): can be stored indefinitely when kept dry
Item numberArticlePackaging unit / weightDimension
LARES23030S&P Resin 230 (Unit of 30 kg)1 unit = 31.50 kg H x Ø = 0.45 m x 0.25 m

Safety Data

For detailed safety information it is recommended to seek advice in the current safety data sheet.


Installation Instructions


Stir the individual components separately and then add component A to component B and mix thoroughly until the colour is uniformly grey and free of any streaks. Place the mixed material in a different container in order to reveal any inadequacies in the mix. Mix slowly to minimise air inclusions. Add filling component F and mix slowly until the consistence of the mortar is homogeneous. The amount of added filler (comp F) can be varied in order to adjust the mortal consistency to fit different uses and requirements. 


Apply S&P Resin 230 using a spatula within the pot life until the required layer thickness is obtained. Max. thickness per layer: 50 mm.
Substrate temperature must be at least 3° C above dewpoint temperature.

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