Driving down emissions in automotive interiors 10 September 2015

ATP adhesive systems AG specialises in the development and production of solvent-free, speciality pressure sensitive and heat activated tapes and films for the automotive industry, and has recently introduced a bespoke range of low emission adhesive tapes and films.

Headquartered in Switzerland and with production facilities in Germany, ATP says the tapes and films in the range are capable of bonding a wide variety of materials used in the production of automobile components including acoustic insulation, seals and gaskets, anti-rattle tapes, electronic components and sensors, decorative trims, door panels and headliners.
Richard Simpson, segment manager foam at ATP, said: “Based on our bespoke adhesives we are able to offer our customers a choice of carrier, liner and tape dimension – and where necessary – customise products to suit their individual requirements. ATP has coating capability up to 2,200mm in width and the versatility to produce a wide range of toll and custom coatings.”

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