Shape Memory Polymers May Outpace Shape Memory Alloys, Says n-tech Research in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
23 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Shape memory polymers (SMPs) have significant advantages over shape memory alloys given such their qualities as biocompatibility, malleability and low-weight. A low cost is one more advantage SMPs have.
Automotive, aerospace, construction and healthcare markets represent top markets for SMPs. Robotics, brand protections and textiles form other important application fields. Key players in the space comprise: BASF, Evonik, Covestro, MedShape, and more.
In-demand report “Shape Memory Polymers 2016-2025” drawn up by n-tech Research offers a comprehensive analysis of the global market for SMPs. The study provides a detailed discussion of the polymers’ evolution. It covers their technical characteristics and sheds light on types of polymers utilized in shape memory applications.
The report contains manufacturing considerations: it unveils a cost of manufacturing, mnemosynation, scalability of manufacturing, and more. The research study casts light on factors that drive growth of this marketplace. It covers challenges and opportunities it has.
The research report also contains a 10-year forecast. The study throws light on major players in the world’s marketplace.
- all-round overview of this lucrative marketplace;
- investigation of market opportunities;
- exploration of SMPs’ technology;
- insights into the manufacturing landscape;
- data on application fields;
- profiles of top companies;
- future outlook;
- and more.
Other Markets Investigated by n-tech Research Include:
- Smart Coatings
- Thin-Film Batteries
- Organic Photovoltaics
- Medical Ceramics
- Smart Structures in Aerospace
More cutting-edge report by our partner can be found at its page.