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Minimizing dependence ATS established its own Chemical Division in 1999 which produces major raw materials consumed in-house for PVC leather/PVC films and is also sold in local and international market. ATS chemical division produces a wide range of plasticizers specifically used by Rubber, PVC wires, Shoes, Inks, Coating and Plastics Industry.

With a designed capacity of over 35,000 TPA, the superior technology added with greater expertise of our team makes our plasticizers best in the market in terms of quality, clarity and purity. Our competitive edge over is the maximum ester contents, better clarity and better color stability.

Every batch passes through stringent quality control procedures and pre-delivery inspection before delivering to customers. ATS has become the largest producer providing various ranges of plasticizers in Pakistan. To date, ATS is producing the following plasticizers and is continuously enhancing its product range

  DOP (Di-Octyl Phthalate)
  TOTM (Tri-Octyl Trimellitate)
  DOA (Di-octyl Adipate)

    Di-Octyl Phthalate (DOP)

DOP is used primarily as one of several plasticizers in polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resins for fabricating flexible vinyl products. DOP is a colorless, oily liquid with a slight odor produced by etherification process through catalytic reaction; it is highly compatible with PVC with excellent plasticizing effect.

DOP is a major raw material used in PVC resins to manufacture many products, including teething rings, pacifiers, soft squeeze toys, balls, vinyl upholstery, tablecloths, shower curtains, raincoats, adhesives, coatings, components of paper and paperboard, defoaming agents, enclosures for food containers, animal glue, surface lubricants and other products

    Di-Octyl Adipate (DOA)

DOA is a light colored, oily liquid used most commonly as a phthalate alternative for PVC. It is a monomeric adipate and offers excellent efficiency characteristics along with good low temperature performance. It can be used alone or blended with other plasticizers such as DOP.

DOA is a phthalate alternative and is highly suggested for electrical insulation, film and sheeting for use in low temperatures, low viscosity plastisols. DOA is also compatible with cellulose acetate butyrate, chlorinated rubber, ethyl cellulose, nitrile, nitrocellulose, polychloroprene, polyvinyl butyral.