Flame Retardants



White color, outstanding thermal and UV stability, non-blooming, and excellent wet electrical properties.  Used in polyolefins, high-impact polystyrene, thermoplastic polyesters, polycarbonates, and elastomers.

MPA ZB 3500

MPA ZB 3500 can be used as multi-functional synergistic additives with antimony oxide or other halogenated flame retardants to significantly improve the flame-retardant performance, remove smoke emission and adjust the balance on chemical, mechanical, and electrical properties.  

As an environmental protection substitute to replace current Antimony Oxide or halogen flame retardants. MPA ZB 3500 is directly used in PVC, PE, Polyolefin, and Epoxy Polyamide resins and rubber processing. Moreover, it is widely used in textile, fiber, floor, leather, wall paper, carpet, paint, and decorative materials to improve flame retardant performance. 


Aluminum hydroxide with variable particle size and coating based on customer needs.


MPA BPS 901 flame retardant is a highly effective brominated polystyrene products, it provides outstanding thermal stability and excellent flow properties. It is particularly suitable for engineering thermoplastics applications such as polyesters (PET, PBT,) and polyamides (nylons).

MPA BPS 901 flame retardant has excellent resistance to yellowing at high temperatures. It is an ideal choice for high temperature applications. It is non-blooming, insoluble in water and presents no bio-accumulation dioxin/furan concerns.

MPA Clear V0

V0 rated flame retardant for clear and opaque applications. 


MPA Clear VO was developed as halogen free flame retardant for PET, PBT, PC, ABS, 

and PC/ABS. It could be used for both fiber PET, PBT and glass-fiber-reinforced PET and PBT engineering plastics. It is especially used for PC, ABS, and PC/ABS plastics as halogen free flame retardant. The flame retarded plastics exhibit very good physical and electrical properties. 

We are able to source a wide variety of flame retardants.  Here are some examples:

  • Brominated FR's
  • Phosphorous FR's
  • Hydrated fillers
  • Nitrogen FR's
  • Inorganic FR's
  • Custom FR's for most polymers