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Research and Markets (www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d1aa26/global_market_and) has announced the addition of the "Global Market and Applications for Nanocoatings" report to their offering.

Research and Markets: Most Comprehensive Market Assessment Yet of Industrial Applications for Nanoscale Coatings

DUBLIN, Ireland | Posted on March 6th, 2009

This 360 page report provides the most comprehensive market assessment yet of industrial applications for nanoscale coatings. Nanomaterials incorporated into coatings provide revolutionary functionalities including corrosion-resistance, dirt repellency, thermal insulation, and anti-microbial effects.

Nanocoatings already represent a significant niche market with global revenue exceeding US$600 million in 2008. Regenerative self-cleaning and self-healing coatings represent the next wave of potentially disruptive technologies that are beginning to impact the market. By 2015 it is predicted that the market will exceed US$6.5 billion.

This report provides a detailed in-depth assessment of:

* Key markets impacted including packaging, textiles, household care, building and construction, healthcare, automotive, aerospace and defence and electronics
* Analysis of most promising nanocoatings with the following functions: Barrier; Conductivity; Thermal Insulation; Easy Clean; Scratch Resistance; Photocatalysis; Anti-Corrosion; Anti-Microbialism; Stain Repellency; Self-Cleaning; Smartness; Anti-fogging.
* Production methods
* Market structure and business models
* Main manufacturers and suppliers (including markets they are impacting, IP landscape, commercial landscape, competitive environment and technology bottlenecks)
* In depth supplier profiles
* Market size for last 3 years and forecasted to 2015 by total revenues, sectors and region
* Market trends and drivers

Key Topics Covered:

1 COMMERCIALISING NANOCOATINGS

2 KEY NANOTECHNOLOGIES

3 MARKET SEGMENTATION

4 NANO COATINGS COMPANIES

62 of the leading Nanocoating Companies also feature in the report.

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Laura Wood
Senior Manager

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