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Abstract:
Construction applications for nanomaterials are "here and now"

Nanotechnology in Construction forecasts to 2011, 2016 & 2025

India | Posted on July 4th, 2007

There is considerable interest in academia, the investment community and among manufacturers about the exciting opportunities offered by nanoscale materials. Although many applications for nanotechnology remain theoretical (such as the fabled "space elevator"), construction is one area where several "here and now" applications have already emerged. While current use is limited (demand in 2006 totaled less than $20 million in the US), the market is expected to approach $400 million within ten years.

Performance attributes generate excitement

Nanomaterial producers promise numerous benefits from nano-enhanced construction products, including:

• low maintenance windows

• long lasting scratch resistant floors

• super strong structural components

• improved longer lasting house paint

• healthier and safer indoor climates

• self cleaning skyscrapers

• antimicrobial steel surfaces

• improved industrial building

maintenance

• lower energy consuming buildings

• longer lasting roads and bridges

The use of nanomaterials allows product manufacturers to offer longer product warranties. Building owners are expected to enjoy lower maintenance costs while consumers can look forward to houses that maintain themselves.

Can nanotechnology live up to its promise?

While nanomaterials are already making inroads into certain construction applications, many obstacles remain to widespread adoption of this technology, including the conservative nature of construction contractors, the complicated nature of building codes and the sometimes too high expectations of consumers. In addition, material and manufacturing costs remain an issue in cost sensitive, large volume applications while concerns over health and safety are also at the forefront of discussions. Some suppliers will be able to overcome these factors and establish significant markets for nanomaterials in construction applications, while other products are expected to remain only niche market curiosities.

Study coverage

Nanotechnology in Construction is a new Freedonia industry study available for $4500. The study provides recent historical data and forecasts to 2011, 2016 and 2025 by product, application and market. It also presents information on industry participants, including companies, government agencies and laboratories, and universities with nanomaterial research and development activities.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary
Market Environment
General
Macroeconomic Outlook
Demographic Outlook
Nanotechnology Overview
Definitions
Nanomaterials Overview
Size
Conventional Materials
New Materials
Research & Development Overview
Public
Private
Commercialization Factors
Pricing Issues
Environmental & Regulatory Issues
International Activity

Construction Industry
overview
Construction Expenditures
Construction Stock
Building Construction Trends
Residential Construction
Housing Outlook
Housing Stock
Improvements & Repairs
Nonresidential Construction
Construction Expenditures
Improvements & Repairs
Nonbuilding Construction Trends

Products
General
Metal Oxides
Titanium Dioxide
Silica
Alumina
Other
Clays
Other

Applications
Cement & Concrete Additives
Coatings
Adhesives
Composites
Sensors
Other

MARKETS
Windows & Doors
Siding
Paints & Coatings

Plumbing
Lighting
Flooring
Climate Control
Roads & Bridges
Other

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
General
Industry Participants
Manufacturers
End Users
Government
Academia
Acquisitions & Divestitures
Cooperative Agreements
Competitive Strategies
Manufacturing
Marketing & Distribution

Company Profiles

List of Tables & Charts

Executive Summary
1 Summary Table

Market Environment
1 Macroeconomic Indicators
Cht Nanomaterial Size Comparison
Cht Surface Area-to-Volume
Comparison
2 Nanotechnology Research &
Development Spending by Sector
3 US Government Fiscal-Year
Spending on Nanotechnology

Construction Industry
Overview
1 Construction Expenditures
2 Building Construction Expenditures
3 Residential Construction
Expenditures
4 Housing Environment
5 Residential Repair &
Improvement Expenditures
6 Nonresidential Construction
Expenditures
7 Nonresidential Repair &
Improvement Expenditures
8 Nonresidential Building Stock
9 Nonbuilding Construction
Expenditures

Products
1 Nanomaterial Demand in
Construction by Type
Cht Nanomaterial Demand in
Construction by Type,
2011 & 2025
2 Nanoscale Metal Oxide
Demand in Construction
Cht Nanoscale Metal Oxide Demand in Construction, 2011 & 2025
3 Nanoscale Titanium Dioxide
Demand in Construction
4 Nanoscale Silica Demand
in Construction
5 Nanoscale Alumina Demand
in Construction
6 Other Nanoscale Metal Oxide
Demand in Construction
7 Nanoscale Clay Demand
in Construction
8 Other Nanomaterial Demand
in Construction

Applications
1 Nanomaterial Demand in
Construction by Application
Cht Nanomaterial Demand by
Application, 2011 & 2025
2 Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand for Nanomaterials
3 Coating Demand for Nanomaterials
4 Adhesive Demand
for Nanomaterials
5 Composite Demand
for Nanomaterials
6 Sensor Demand for Nanomaterials
7 Other Construction Applications
for Nanomaterials

MARKETS
1 Nanomaterial Demand in
Construction Markets
Cht Nanomaterial Demand by
Market, 2011 & 2025
2 Window & Door Market
for Nanomaterials
3 Paint & Coating Market
for Nanomaterials
4 Siding Market for Nanomaterials
5 Plumbing Market for Nanomaterials
6 Flooring Market for Nanomaterials
7 Lighting Market for Nanomaterials
8 Roads & Bridges Market
for Nanomaterials
9 Other Construction Markets
for Nanomaterials

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
2 Selected Cooperative Agreements

Related Reports

* A New Construction for Australia
* Advanced polymer composites for structural applications in construction
* Australian Construction Industry: Sector Report
* Canadian Construction Industry: Sector Report
* China Construction Bank Corporation: Corporate Analysis
* China Construction Bank Corporation: SWOT Analysis
* Chinese Construction Industry: Sector Report



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