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Home > Press > Research and Markets: Nanoscale Protective Coatings Report - Market is Estimated to be Valued at $3515 Million in 2015

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Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Nanoscale Protective Coatings" report to their offering.

Research and Markets: Nanoscale Protective Coatings Report - Market is Estimated to be Valued at $3515 Million in 2015

Dublin, Ireland | Posted on January 26th, 2010

The market for nanoscale protective coatings was valued at $980 million in 2009. Main markets for protective coatings in 2008 are in construction and exterior protection (mainly in anti-weathering coatings), military and defence (anti-corrosion and textiles), household (easy clean and anti-microbial coatings) and automotive (anti-corrosion, thermal barrier and hydrophobic). The market for nanoscale protective coatings is estimated to be valued at $3515 million in 2015. The market for nanoscale protective coatings will grow across all sectors over the next few years, with the medical, household care and food processing markets all experiencing large growth.

This new 142 page report covers all technologies, applications and players for nanoscale protective coatings.

Report contents

* Production methods and coating types (Anti-fingerprint, Anti-bacterial/microbial, Anti-scratch/wear-resistant, Anti-fouling and easy-clean, Self-Cleaning, UV resistant and Thermal Barrier)
* Key market players
* Market structures, market drivers and revenues
* Key end user markets (Aerospace, Automotive, Construction & Exterior Protection, Household Care, Textiles, Medical, Energy, Military, Food, Tools and Marine)
* Over 110 company profiles
* Over 35 tables and figures

Key Topics Covered:

1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2 NANOSCALE PROTECTIVE COATINGS

2.1 PRODUCTION METHODS

2.2 COATING TYPES

2.2.1 ANTI-FINGERPRINT

2.2.2 ANTI-BACTERIAL/MICROBIAL

2.2.3 ANTI-SCRATCH/ABRASION/WEAR-RESISTANT

2.2.4 ANTI-FOULING AND EASY CLEAN

2.2.5 SELF-CLEANING (BIONIC)

2.2.6 SELF-CLEANING (PHOTOCATALYTIC)

2.2.7 UV RESISTANT

2.2.8 THERMAL BARRIER

3 MARKETS

3.1 MARKET DRIVERS

3.2 MARKET STRUCTURE

3.3 MARKET REVENUES

3.3.1 World market revenues, 2009-2015

3.3.2 World market, by region

3.3.3 AEROSPACE

3.3.4 AUTOMOTIVE

3.3.5 CONSTRUCTION AND EXTERIOR PROTECTION

3.3.6 HOUSEHOLD CARE

3.3.7 TEXTILES AND CLOTHING

3.3.8 MEDICAL

3.3.9 ENERGY

3.3.10 MILITARY AND DEFENCE

3.3.11 FOOD

3.3.12 TOOLS

3.3.13 MARINE

4 TECHNOLOGY PROVIDERS (112 PROFILES) 51-112

TABLES & FIGURES

For more information visit www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d6bf27/nanoscale_protecti

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