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Step by step

 |Hystory| Steps | Organization|Details |Where | Associations |
  • 1987:

Foundation of the company with a new conception plant for the production of PWOP


  • 1987 – 1993:

Titanstuc becomes the market leader of PWOP lead based in ITALY.


  • 1994:

Baerlocher Group becomes a shareholder.


  • 1995:

Opening day of the plant 2 for the production of PWOP.


  • 1996:

Opening day of the plant 3 for the production of “Mixed One Pack” (MOP) in powder.



  • 1997:

Starting of the develop of new Ca Based Stabilizers (CBS) for the replacement of lead based stabilizers (LBS) for cables


  • 1999:

Certification of the QMS according to ISO9001.


  • 2001:

Starting the develop of new Ca Based Stabilizers (CBS) for the replacement of lead based Stabilizers (LBS) for U-PVC and P-PVC.

Certification of the EMS according to ISO14001. Titanstuc is the first company based in San Marino with EMS ISO14001 certified.



  • 2002:

Opening day of plant 4 for the production of MOP in pellet and powder.


  • 2003:

Total replacements of LBS for cables (ROhS requirements).


  • 2004:

Total replacement of LBS for P-PVC articles.


  • 2005:

Introduction of first Ca – Organic Stabilizers for pipes.


Introduction of the first generation of CBS for I&M for the replacement of LBS in big diameter fittings.


  • 2008:

Starting of REACh Regulation. Creation of new stabilizers REACh friendly.



  • 2010:

Introduction of the 1st solutions for not chalching profiles.


Introduction of the first solutions CBS for the replacement of Tin stabilizers in transparent and not transparent U PVC articles.

  • 2011:

Titanstuc stops the production of barium zinc Stabilizers, offering new CBS alternatives. 

  • 2015:

On DEC 2015 Titanstuc stops the production of Lead Based Stabilizers, according to   “Voluntary Commitment of the European PVC industry” issued by ESPA in 2000. In 2015 Titanstuc produced just 2 tons of LBS.

CB vs LB Stabilizers in Titanstuc up to 2015


  • 2016:

New Laboratories. The old one is renewed and a new laboratory is built. The first is dedicated to chemical analyses, the second to the physical tests. New instruments are bought and new techniques are adopted.

  • 2011-2016:

Development of flame retardant complexes, called TITANFLAME, for the replacement of antimony trioxide.