Huber Engineered Materials

Huber Engineered Materials manufactures high performing halogen-free fire-retardant additives, ground calcium carbonate extenders and cast polymer performance materials that enhance the function, appeal and processing of a broad range of products used in composite-related applications.

3100 Cumberland Blvd.
Ste. 600
Atlanta, GA 30339 US

J.M. Huber Corporation


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thermally conductive filler

Huber introduces thermally conductive additives for modified polymeric systems
The company’s Martoxid TM-4000 series of thermally conductive powders for modified polymeric systems is said to offer unique properties and performance.

Huber expands fire retardant manufacturing capacity
Huber Engineered Materials is increasing by 20% its alumina trihydrate production at the company's facility in Bauxite, AR, US.

Huber expands Arkansas plant
The Fire Retardant Additives (FRA) business unit of the Huber Engineered Materials division of J.M. Huber Corp. recently announced a 20% capacity increase at its manufacturing plant in Bauxite, Ark.

Huber expands fire retardant additives unit at its Germany plant
The additional capacity is projected for completion by the third quarter of 2017.

carbon fiber, prepreg, epoxy prepreg, composites

The matrix
The matrix binds the fiber reinforcement, gives the composite component its shape and determines its surface quality. A composite matrix may be a polymer, ceramic, metal or carbon. Here’s a guide to selection.

Huber acquires Martinswerk business from Albemarle
The Martinswerk portfolio is now part of the Huber Fire Retardant Additives business unit.

Job opportunity: Technology Manager — Thermoset Applications
Huber Engineered Materials (Atlanta, GA, US), a division of J.M. Huber Corp. and manufacturer of non-halogenated fire retardants, seeks an experienced chemist to fill a Technology Manager position.

Huber acquires Safire fire retardant technology
Safire nitrogen and phosphorus halogen-free fire retardant technology is acquired from Floridienne Group and Catena Additives.

The matrix (2015)
The matrix binds the fiber reinforcement, gives the composite component its shape and determines its surface quality. A composite matrix may be a polymer, ceramic, metal or carbon. Here's a guide to selection.

CAMX offers unprecedented new product access
CAMX 2014, Oct. 13-16 in Orlando, Fla., promises to be North America's largest ever composites trade show and conference. As a result, exhibitors are coming to the event with a wide array of new and existing materials, machinery, software and technology designed to help make composites fabrication faster, easier and more adaptable. CompositesWorld has been gathering information from CAMX exhibitors about what they will be featuring and introducing in their booths. This week's CAMX newsletter offers a preview of some of what you will find on the show floor.

CAMX 2014 preview: Huber Engineered Materials
Huber Engineered Materials (HEM, Atlanta, Ga., USA) will feature its array of fire retardant additives, calcium carbonate extenders and cast polymer performance materials at CAMX 2014.

Additives and modifiers: Matrix optimization
New and reengineered modifiers for thermosets and thermoplastics target previously elusive goals in composites processing and performance.

COMPOSITES 2012 Highlights
As ACMA’s annual conclave convened in North America’s gambling capital, show exhibitors and attendees placed their bets on better days.

Tough resins for aggressive environments
New thermoset systems drive composites deeper into markets where fire, corrosion, stress and fatigue are ever-present threats.

Composites 2010 Product Showcase
The ACMA’s Las Vegas exhibition reflected an industry in recovery.

Berry Plastics ACE award

Despite the deepening recession, composites pros returned to the show in its new time slot to explore the wealth of products and services collected here.

Additives Add Key Innovations
Added in small quantities, these resin system enhancements make larger contributions to composite quality as suppliers enhance their utility.

Phenolic Seats

Passenger Safety: Flame, Smoke and Toxicity Control
Tried, true -- and some new -- FST-resistant products for manufacturers of composites in rail- and road-based people movers.

Product Categories of Huber Engineered Materials

  • Core materials and flow media
    • Inorganic
  • Gel coats
    • Fire-retardant
  • Fillers
    • Alumina trihydrate
    • Calcium carbonate
  • Resin additives & modifiers
    • Flame/smoke-suppressant additives