Our Annual Busy Fall Trade Show Season Officially Under Way!

A busy opening day at SupplySide West (SSW) in Las Vegas! In the upper photo, Huber’s Mike Tarquini, Ph.D., explains the value and benefits of HuberCal® Pure and Natural Calcium Carbonate to a SSW attendee. Our HuberCal product display (bottom photo) has generated a lot of interest and questions.

Our annual Fall trade show season is on and the first day at SupplySide West in Las Vegas is bustling with activity as attendees stop by booth #JJ180 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center to learn more about our HuberCal® Pure and Natural Calcium Carbonate.  HuberCal offers formulators a number of key calcium benefits including:

  • Availability in both Granulations and Powders
  • Calcium Carbonate Assay > 99%
  • Low Levels of Elemental Impurities

We cordially invite attendees for the rest of today and tomorrow to visit with us.  You’ll be able to see our HuberCal calcium carbonate for yourself as we have an interactive product display to share.  We’ll also explain how our exclusive line-up of calcium nutritional products will benefit your next formulation.

 

It’s Already That Time of Year Again!

It is indeed that time of year again, it comes around annually so quickly!  We are excited and looking forward to a very busy and bustling fall 2017 trade show season in the U.S. which allows us the opportunity to visit live with customers, distributors, suppliers and friends to discuss our array of high-performing specialty ingredients.  The fall schedule at various venues where Huber will be exhibiting includes:

• SupplySide West
Booth JJ180
September 27-28
Mandalay Bay Convention Center
Las Vegas, Nevada
HuberCal® Pure and Natural Calcium Carbonate

• The International Cable • Connectivity Symposium (IWCS)
Booth 119
October 9-10
Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center
Orlando, Florida
Halogen-Free Fire Retardant Additives

• International Elastomer Conference and Rubber Expo
Booth 613
October 10-12
Huntington Convention Center
Cleveland, Ohio
Halogen-Free Fire Retardant Additives

• SPE Vinyltec Conference
October 11-12
Marriott Plaza
San Antonio, Texas
Ground Calcium Carbonate Extenders
Halogen-Free Fire Retardant Additives

We cordially invite you to put us on your show exhibit itinerary and look forward to you stopping by and visiting with us!  Be sure to visit our blog often in the coming weeks as we report live from these events in more detail.  See you in person soon!

Huber Welcomes Georgia State Senator Frank Ginn on Tour of Marble Hill Ground Calcium Carbonate (GCC) Underground Mine and Manufacturing Operation

In the top photo, Georgia State Senator Frank Ginn (left) listens intently as Matt O’Brien (right), Vice President and General Manager of Huber’s Ground Calcium Carbonate (GCC) business, explains how we mine calcium carbonate underground at our Marble Hill, Georgia operation as Huber’s Lane Shaw (middle), Technology and Business Development Director for GCC, looks on. In the left photo immediately above, Heleen Murphy (second from left), Marble Hill Production Manager, gives an overview of Marble Hill’s manufacturing processes to (from left) John Phillips, County Engineer for Georgia’s Franklin County; Lane Shaw; Phil Munro, County Engineer for Georgia’s Madison County; Senator Ginn; and Jason Ellis, Marble Hill Plant Manager. In the right photo immediately above, Jason Ellis points out a key calcium carbonate manufacturing technique to Senator Ginn during the tour.

It was our distinct pleasure July 27 to welcome Georgia State Senator Frank Ginn to our Marble Hill, Georgia, Ground Calcium Carbonate (GCC) mining and manufacturing facility.  Sen. Ginn, a friend of the Georgia Mining Industries, visited our Marble Hill underground mine and plant for a comprehensive tour of the operation to gain a better understanding of how we mine and produce our array of industrial GCC products.

Sen. Ginn was accompanied on his visit by Lee Lemke, Executive Director of the Georgia Mining Association; John Phillips, County Engineer for Georgia’s Franklin County; and Phil Munro, County Engineer for Georgia’s Madison County.  Huber personnel directing the tour included Matt O’Brien, Vice President and General Manager of Huber’s GCC business; Lane Shaw, Director of Technology and Business Development for GCC; Jason Ellis, Marble Hill Plant Manager; and Heleen Murphy, Marble Hill Production Manager.

Following an introductory meeting that included historical information about the site and what the visitors would see as they toured the mine and manufacturing areas, the group received an important safety demonstration and presentation so they were prepared to safely walk around the operation.  The tour was comprised of a visit underground to get an up-close look at how Huber mines the GCC we ultimately bring out of the mine to process at our manufacturing operation.  As the guests toured the manufacturing and processing areas, they were able to see firsthand our recent capacity expansion at Marble Mill which resulted in Huber continuing to support its customers’ growth strategies with increased capacity for both medium fine and fine GCC products.

Huber’s Kemgard® Highly Efficient Smoke Suppressants for Rigid PVC Applications

From PVC pipe to modern aircraft interior panels, Kemgard® smoke suppressants will help meet and exceed your most demanding smoke suppression requirements in PVC applications.

Our Kemgard® molybdate smoke suppressants have proven themselves time after time in the most demanding rigid PVC applications.  We’re pleased to share a new technical bulletin chock-full of information regarding the use and efficient performance of our exclusive Kemgard® molybdate smoke suppressant compounds in rigid PVC.  

The comprehensive bulletin highlights the smoke suppression performance of Kemgard® MZM vs. a Kemgard® 911C/alumina trihydrate (ATH) blend vs. ammonium octamolybdate (AOM), which is much more expensive than the Kemgard technology.  We invite you to contact us for more information or to obtain product samples.  Here’s a link to click to access the technical bulletin http://bit.ly/2uZDa2G