100% solid (VOC-free) system desinged to provide a barrier against moisture vapor mitigation of concrete.


MMS 950

TERRAZZCO Moisture Mitigation System MMS 950

Moisture-resistant terrazzo resin for concrete exceeding relative humidity of 90-99%.


TERRAZZCO Moisture Mitigation System MMS 950 is a VOC free 2 component epoxy resin system cured with an amine curing agent and applied on the top surface of concrete slabs providing a retarder against moisture vapor transmission for slabs having a relative humidity of 90-99%. The product is mixed and applied onto the top surface of the concrete soaking into and sealing the pored while it builds a thin film layer approximately 6 mils on the surface. MMS 950 yields approximately 300 – 400 square feet per mixed unit. Coverage is based on the porosity of the concrete and may require a second application for very porous surfaces.

  Eliminates off-gassing transmissions


  Greenguard Certified for Low VOC


  Quick and Easy to Install

Typical Uses of MMS 950

MMS 950 is used to mitigate moisture vapor transmission through concrete slabs having 90-99% relative humidity when tested according to ASTM F2170. See the application section below for more information.


TERRAZZCO® MMS 950 is packaged for convenient mixing at the worksite. Part A resin is premeasured in 3.5-gallon pail. Part B hardener is premeasured in a 1-gallon can.

Advantages of MMS 950

  • VOC free for a healthier environment
  • Eco-friendly contributing to LEED® credits
  • Easy application for tight construction schedules
  • Packaged and premeasured for easy mixing at worksites
  • Manufactured and supplied from Southeast United States
  • Product is GREENGUARD and GREENGUARD Gold certified

Product Information

Self Life: Material has a one-year shelf life when stored at 55°F to 90°F and in their original container.


Storage Conditions: Materials should be stored in a temperature and humidity controlled environment and out of direct sunlight. The part B hardener is susceptible to freezing. Keep resins and hardeners separated from each other until ready for use. Materials should be kept away from sources of ignition.


VOC Contents: Zero VOCs


Shipping: Available in the United States and Worldwide. Contact Sales for Quotes.


Lead Time: 2-4 Weeks or Less for Materials

Mixing Ratio

TERRAZZCO Moisture Mitigation System MMS 950 has a 1:1 ratio of Part A resin (3.5 gallons) to Part B hardener (1 gallon).

Working Data

Working (Pot) Life: 30 minutes


Re-Coat Time: 5-6 hours @ 75°F


Full Cure Time: 7 days

MMS 950

Mixing Instruction

1. Pour the pre-measured MMS 950 hardener part B into premeasured MMS 950 part A and mix thoroughly for two to three minutes using a drill equipped with a jiffy blade.


2. Add 1.25 L (0.33 gal) water and mix for two minutes.


3. Add another 1.25 L (0.33 gal) water and mix for two minutes.


4. Add another 1.25 L (0.33 gal) water and mix for two minutes.


5. Finish adding another 1.25 L (0.33 gal) water and mix for two minutes.


6. Once the mixture has been thoroughly mixed, the product may be applied by roller, squeegee, or brush. Apply evenly with no puddles, making sure of uniform coverage. Coverage will vary depending upon the porosity of the substrate. Multiple coats may be necessary for very porous surfaces. Allow curing for 5-6 hours.

Technical Data and Specifications


Greenguard Certification


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  • MMS 950 is required when relative humidity (RH) within the concrete substrate exceeds 75% when tested with in-situ probes.  MMS 950 should be applied to cracks prior to those cracks being filled with rigid epoxy.


  • Floor Aid Flexible Membrane 528 should be used to treat all cracks, control joints & cold pour joints in the substrate. (Do not fill cracks with Flexible Membrane 528.  Rigid epoxy such as  Groutless EZPour Epoxy 158 or Leveling Fill Epoxy 162 should be used)


  • Leveling Fill Epoxy 162 may be required to fill any cracks, voids and/or if leveling is needed.
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