CM 940 Industrial Top

CM 940 Industrial Top is a pumpable self-levelling compound.

The product is intended for indoor use on substrates of concrete. The product may be used as an wear surface* in industrial use and as an self-leveling underlayment for epoxi and polyurethane surfaces.

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Product specification

Technical data

Release of corrsive substances

CT (as per EN 13813)

Compressive strength class

C30 (as per EN 13813)

Compressive strength average

36 MPa (as per EN 13813)

Flexural strength class

F7 (as per EN 13813)

Flexural strength average

9 MPa (as per EN 13813)

Fire resistance class

A1fl (as per EN 13813)


10 (as per EN 13813)

Adhesion to surface

B1.5 (as per EN 13813)

Thickness 1

3–15 mm

Grain size

< 1 mm

Material consumption

1.6 kg/m²/mm

Weight (dry state)

1600 kg/m³

Water requirements

4,0 l/20 kg

Flow rate

max 140 mm

Workplace temperature

10–25 °C

Mixing time

3 min

Working time

15–25 min

Final set

1–3 hrs

Coverable (tiles)

12 hrs

Paintable with epoxi or similar

3–5 days


approx. 11

Water damage resistant


Surface Tensile Bond Strength, 28 days (sanded, loaded surface)

> 2.0 MPa


0.03–0.05 %



20 kg




The substrate should be clean and free of dust, cement skin, grease and other impurities that can prevent adhesion. Adhesion and surface resistance of the substrate should be no less than 1.5 MPa. Always prime the underlying substrate with PP 600 and allow to dry before pouring. In terms of the primer forming a film and the curing of the self-leveling, the temperature of the substrate must not fall below 10 °C. For best results, the ambient temperature in the work area should be between 10 and 25 °C. At higher or lower temperatures, the time for curing will shorten or extend. With the risk for cracks due to shrinkage or settings in the subfloor, a concrete surface should not be leveled within the first 28 days after casting. As a recommendation the RH in the concrete should have reached RH 95 % as the upper limit for poring the CM 940. Use the Combimix form foam for edging. In order to avoid drainage pipes from getting clogged, always make sure the drains are properly sealed before pouring.


Mix the dry powder with max 4.0 liters of water (max 20 %) per 20 kg bag. Mix with a drilling machine and a whisk, or a mixing pump intended for this purpose. The correct water mixture can be tested using a slump test with a cylinder with Ø 30 mm and a height of 50 mm on a 300 x 300 mm plexiglas plate. With the correct water mixture, the spread should be max 140 mm. The slump test also checks that the material is well blended and that there is no separation.


The mixed material is applied by hand, or pumped out onto the substrate in lengths. Each new ribbon is added to the old one as soon as possible so that the material can blend together and create an even surface. The width of the ribbons can be adjusted to the capacity of the mixing pump and the thickness of the covering. The material requires a light treatment with a toothed trowel to provide maximum smoothness.

Post-treatment and curing

You can easily shape or cut the semi hardened self-leveling underlayment material before it fully dries. The product is paintable with epoxi or similar after 3–5 days depending on the thickness. Always make sure that the material is sufficiently dry before it gets overcoated. The guiding value assumes a curing temperature of approximately 20 °C, 50 % RH and proper air flow. Newly produced surfaces must be protected against wind, sun and rain.

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Combimix develops and manufactures mineral-based products for the construction industry. Our product range includes products for floor levelling, façade plastering, rendering, concrete resurfacing and restoration mortar for cultural buildings. We conduct sales in Europe and USA.

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