Nanomaterials Market : Industry to Witness $55,016 Mn by 2022
Added: (Wed Nov 21 2018)
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“Nanomaterials based on metals and non-metal oxides are the most widely accepted industry and are expected to grow at a CAGR of 20.7% from 2016 to 2022. Nanoclays and nanocelluloses also exhibit growth potential due to the increase in nanomaterials. Commercial applications for these materials.”
Nanomaterials Market Report, published by Allied Market Research, forecasts that the global market is expected to garner $55,016 million by 2022, registering a CAGR of 20.7% during the period 2016-2022. Paint and Coated End-Use Segments are expected to generate the highest return over the forecast period. North America has led the global market in 2015 and is expected to remain at the forefront overall.
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The demand for nanomaterials has witnessed tremendous growth due to their properties such as light weight in nature, electrical, catalytic, magnetic, mechanical, thermal, and imaging features. Attributable to the above reasons, nanomaterials are applicable in various end-user industries such as in paints & coatings, electronics & consumer goods, and energy industries. Some of the other major factors that drives the potential of nanomaterials market are extensive focus on research & development activities, new applications (aerospace & defense, sporting goods, and others), government funding & support, collaboration among industry players to meet new challenges, and decrease in price of nanomaterials. However, factors that would hamper the market growth include concerns over environmental impact and toxicity of nanomaterials along with stringent environmental regulations.
Most commonly consumed metal & non-metal oxide-based nanomaterials are titanium dioxide and silicon dioxide. Consumption of silicon dioxide was 198 kilo tons in 2015 and is projected to reach 786 kilo ton by 2022, at a CAGR of 21.8%.
In the year 2015, paints & coatings was the largest end-user segment, which accounted for more than one-fifth share globally followed by electronics & consumer goods, energy, adhesives & sealants. Extraordinary physio-chemical properties of nanomaterials, such as mechanical properties, catalytic properties, magnetic properties, optical properties, and others has increased their penetration in a wide array of application as it results in improved performance of end products.
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Key Findings of Nanomaterials Market
- The market revenue of nanoclay is expected to witness a highest CAGR of 24.9%.
- Paints & coatings and adhesives & sealants together accounted for more than one-third market share in 2015.
- Personal care is projected to grow at a highest CAGR of 22% (in terms of revenue).
- North America is projected to lead the market throughout 2022, growing at a CAGR of 20.5% (in terms of revenue).
- U.S. led the world nanomaterials market in 2015, and is expected to maintain its dominance throughout the period under consideration.
In the year 2015, North America and Asia-Pacific collectively accounted for three-fourths of the worldwide demand for nanomaterials and are expected to maintain this position throughout. However, the Asia-Pacific nanomaterials market revenues are projected to grow at a highest CAGR of 21.4%, followed by North America and Europe. Exceptional physio-chemical properties of nanomaterial drive its demand in various applications across North America and Asia-Pacific.
Major players in the industry invest significantly in research & development to launch new nanomaterials for commercial applications at low cost. The major companies profiled in the report include Ahlstrom, Air Products and Chemicals Inc., Arkema Group, CNano Technologies Ltd., Daiken Chemicals, DuPont, Fuso Chemical Co., Ltd., MKnano, Nanoco, Nanocyl S.A., NanoIntegris, Nanophase Technologies Inc., Nanosys Inc., Southern Clay Products, Inc., TDA Research, and Umicore NanoMaterials. Submitted by:David Correa