The World Market for Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials in Consumer Products

Date: December 22, 2010
Pages: 256
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Publisher: Future Markets, Inc.
Report type: Strategic Report
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The World Market for Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials in Consumer Products
SUMMARY

Metal oxide nanoparticles are extensively used in the automotive, personal care, coatings and consumer goods markets. They typically consist of alumina, titania, zinc oxide, iron oxide, ceria, and find application mainly as coatings, paints and sunscreens at present. However, new applications are coming on stream in the military, electronics and medical markets and will drive the demand for these materials over the next few years.

Metal oxide nanoparticles can have far reaching potential in electronics, high speed computing, telecommunication and aerospace. They are generally designed and manufactured with physical properties tailored to meet the needs of the specific target application; they can be coated with layers of polymers, surfactants and other inorganics materials. They are attractive for a large variety of applications including catalysis, sensors, optoelectronic materials and environmental remediation.

World revenues for metal oxide nanopowders were approximately $2,909million in 2009, with this figure estimated to rise to $9,805 by 2017, driven by the needs of the electronics, environmental, energy, personal care, military and textiles markets.

This new 284 page report from leading technology publisher Future Markets, Inc. provides a comprehensive analysis of these exciting new markets through to 2017 and beyond.

Report contents include:
  • Applications by market and technology for Nanoscale Aluminium Oxide, Antimony Tin Oxide, Bismuth Oxide, Cerium Oxide, Copper Oxide, Iron Oxide, Magnesium Oxide, Silicon Oxide, Titanium Dioxide, Yttrium oxide, Zirconia, Zinc Oxide
  • Market revenues to 2017, by nanopowders type, region and end user markets
  • Market structure
  • Market drivers
  • Key producers
  • Key players by market
  • 300 company profiles including products and end user markets
  • 45 tables and figures
  • End user markets covered include Aerospace and Aviation, Automotive, Clothing, Construction and Exterior Protection, Electronics and Computers, Energy, Environmental, Cleaning and Sanitary, Medical and Healthcare, Military and Defence, Packaging, Personal Care, Cosmetics, Dental and Sunscreen
1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2 NANOMATERIALS IN CONSUMER PRODUCTS

2.1 Metal oxide nanopowders
  2.1.1 Applications
  2.1.2 Companies and products
2.2 Metal nanoparticles
  2.2.1 Applications
  2.2.2 Companies and products
2.3 Nanocoatings
  2.3.1 Applications
  2.3.2 Companies and products
2.4 Carbon nanotubes
  2.4.1 Applications
  2.4.2 Companies and products
2.5 Carbon nanofibers
  2.5.1 Applications
  2.5.2 Companies and products
2.6 Fullerenes and POSS
  2.6.1 Applications
  2.6.2 Companies and products
2.7 Graphene
  2.7.1 Applications
  2.7.2 Companies and products
2.8 Nanocapsules
  2.8.1 Applications
  2.8.2 Companies and products
2.9 Quantum dots
  2.9.1 Applications
  2.9.2 Companies and products

3 MARKETS

3.1 Automotive
  3.1.1 Market revenues 2008-2015
3.2 Clothing
  3.2.1 Market revenues 2008-2015
3.3 Electronics and computers
  3.3.1 Market revenues 2008-2015
3.4 Food and beverage
  3.4.1 Market revenues 2008-2015
3.5 Household cleaning, external protection and paint
  3.5.1 Market revenues 2008-2015
3.6 Packaging and product security
  3.6.1 Market revenues 2008-2015
3.7 Personal care, cosmetics, dental and sunscreens
  3.7.1 Market revenues 2008-2015
3.8 Sporting goods
  3.8.1 Market revenues 2008-2015

4 TECHNOLOGY PROVIDERS (257 PROFILES INCLUDING TECHNOLOGY DESCRIPTIONS AND MARKET APPLICATIONS)

TABLES & FIGURES

Figure 1: Consumer products sector, by revenues, 2009
Figure 2: Consumer products sector, by revenues, 2015
Table 1: Market drivers in consumer products
Table 2: Applications timeline for metal nanopowders in consumer products
Table 3: Companies and products in metal nanopowders
Table 4: Applications timeline for metal nanoparticles
Table 5: Companies and products in metal nanoparticles
Table 6: Applications timeline for nanocoatings
Table 7: Companies and products in nanocoatings
Table 8: Applications timeline for carbon nanotubes
Table 9: Companies and products in carbon nanotubes
Table 10: Applications timeline for carbon nanofibers
Table 11: Companies and products in carbon nanofibers
Table 12: Applications timeline for fullerenes and POSS
Table 13: Companies and products in fullerenes
Table 14: Applications timeline for graphene
Table 15: Companies and products in graphene
Table 16: Applications timeline for nanocapsules
Table 17: Companies and products in nanocapsules
Table 18: Applications timeline for quantum dots
Table 19: Companies and products in quantum dots
Table 20: Nanomaterials in the automotive market
Figure 3: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the automotive market, 2008-2015
Table 21: Nanomaterials in the clothing market
Figure 4: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the clothing market, 2008-2015
Table 22: Nanomaterials in the electronics and computers market
Figure 5: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the electronics and computers market, 2008-2015
Table 23: Nanomaterials in the food and beverage market
Figure 6: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the food and beverage market, 2008-2015
Table 24: Nanomaterials in the household cleaning, external protection and paint market
Figure 7: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the household cleaning, external protection and paint market, 2008-2015
Table 25: Nanomaterials in the packaging and product security
Figure 8: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the packaging and product security market, 2008-2015
Table 26: Nanomaterials in the personal care, cosmetics, dental and sunscreens market
Figure 9: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the personal care, cosmetics, dental and sunscreens markets, 2008-2015
Table 27: Nanomaterials in the in the sporting goods market
Figure 10: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in sporting goods market, 2008-2015
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