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MoldX® A110

Technical DataSheet | Supplied by Huber Engineered Materials

MoldX® A110 by Huber Engineered Materials is an alumina trihydrate grade (99.6% content). Acts as a flame retardant. Its unique particle size distribution enables low filled viscosities at high loading levels coupled with excellent processing characteristics. Chemically stable under normal conditions. The high loading levels allow for the elimination of halogenated resins and other additives typically used to pass conventional flame retardant certification tests. Furthermore the elimination of halogens from SMC formulations result in greatly reduced smoke generation that is necessary to pass UL 723. Provides low cost flame retardancy and smoke suppression in a variety of other color sensitive thermoset processes such as BMC, spray-up & hand lay-up, wet mat molding and epoxy potting. Complies with Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Inventory, Canada Domestic Substance List, Canada Non-Domestic Substance List and National Inventory of Chemical Substances (INSQ). MoldX® A110 by Huber Engineered Materials incompatible with strong acids.

MoldX® A110 Product details

Product Type
Chemical Composition
Product Status
Applications/ Recommended for
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MoldX® A110 Properties


Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Surface Area
xxx m2/g
Specific Gravity
xxxx g/cm3
Loss on Ignition @ 550°C
xxxx %
Screen analysis, through 325 mesh
xx %
Median Particle Diameter
xx microns
Bulk Density, packed
xxxx g/cm3
SiO2 Content
xxxxx %
Fe2O3 Content
xxxxx %
TAPPI Brightness, measured with a Hunterlab Colorimeter
Bulk Density, loose
xxxx g/cm3
pH, 5% water suspension
Na2O (total) Content
xxx %
Relative Density @ 20°C
xxx g/cm3
Decomposition Temperature
xxx °C
Na2O (soluble) Content
xxxxx %
Heat of combustion (NFPA 30B)
x kJ/g

Solubility Properties

Test Condition
Test Method
Insoluble in
Last edited Nov 29, 2016
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