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Markets for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings and Surfaces – 2017 to 2026

This report from n-tech Research continues the firm’s previous coverage of the smart antimicrobial coatings and surfaces market that has been offered in previous direct and related studies.  In this new report the firm revisits and considers the factors driving demand for smart antimicrobial coatings and surfaces and looks to new potential opportunities.   The report discusses the latest products and R&D in smart antimicrobials and how commercialization strategies are being pursued by large and small firms alike. 
 
Materials:
  • Silver and nanosilver
  • Copper
  • Hydrogels
  • Chitosan
  • Silanes
  • Sulfates
  • Graphene and carbon nanotubes
  • Biomaterials and biotechnology
 
Technical Issues:
  • Multifunctional antimicrobial action (self-cleaning and self-healing)
  • Target specificity
  • Time release mechanisms
  • Safety, biocompatibility and environmental/toxicity concerns
  • Coating requirements for different kinds of surface
Included in this analysis is discussion of how these technologies and materials are being commercialized to produce smart antimicrobial coatings and surfaces.
 
Applications and Markets for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings and Surfaces
  • Healthcare facilities
  • Medical implants, surgical equipment and laboratory equipment
  • Kitchens, restaurants and appliances
  • Agriculture and veterinary
  • Other residential, commercial and public buildings
  • Consumer electronics
  • Clothing and textiles
Markey Forecasts
 
This report contains detailed forecasts of the antimicrobial surfaces and coatings market:
  • Revenue ($ Millions)
  • Volume (square meters)
  • By application
  • By materials and technology
 
Strategic profiles
 
In this report n-tech also examines the product/market strategies of the firms to watch in this space including their current R&D programs.  Coverage includes
 
Who is the report for?
 
We believe that this report will be invaluable reading for planning, marketing and business development specialists in coatings firms, specialty chemical companies, materials, pharma and the biotech industry.
Executive Summary       
E.1 Smart is Differentiating       
E.1.1 Self-cleaning Antimicrobial Coatings to Lead         
E.1.2 Titanium and Polymer Biocides will be Revenue Generators           
E1.3 Revenue to come from Healthcare Applications     
E1.4 Europe will the Main Revenue Generating Market   
E2 Positives and Negatives for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings      
E1.1 Familiarity with the Technology, Growing Need for Hygiene, and Easy to adopt       
E.1.2 Insufficient evidences, inability to fulfill needs, high costs   
E.3 Competitive and Diversified Vendor Landscape        
E.4 Future of Smart Antimicrobial Coatings        
E.4.1 3D Printed Medical Devices: Major Markets for Smart Antimicrobial Coating Developers      
E.4.2 Partnering with OEM for Specific Product Needs   
E.4.3 Dark Horses of Smart Antimicrobial Coatings        
E.4.3.1 Smart Release Antimicrobial Coatings   
E.4.3.2 Multi-functional Coatings
E.4.3.3 Custom, Batch Processed Smart Antimicrobial Coatings 
 
Chapter One: Introduction      
1.1 Background to this Report   
1.1.1 Smart Antimicrobials:  State of the Technology      
1.1.2 Current Market Trends      
1.1.3 Ongoing Research and Development Needs for Smart Antimicrobials         
1.2 Objectives and Scope of this Report
1.3 Methodology for this Report
1.4 Plan of this Report  
 
Chapter Two:  Smart Antimicrobial Coating Trends: Materials and Technologies      
2.1 Strategizing the Smart         
2.2 Smart Antimicrobial Coating Technologies    
2.2.1 Self-cleaning Antimicrobial coatings          
2.2.1.1 Super Hydrophilic Antimicrobial Coatings
2.2.1.2 Super Hydrophobic Antimicrobial Coatings         
2.2.2 Self-healing Antimicrobial coatings
2.2.3 Selective Killing of Microbes         
2.2.4 Experimenting Different Mechanism of Action        
2.3 Smart Antimicrobial Materials          
2.3.1 Choice of Antimicrobial Material: Smart Strategy    
2.3.2 Nanomaterials to Grab the Center Stage   
2.3.3 Smart Polymers: Increasing choice for Self-healing Antimicrobial Coatings  
2.3.3.1 Smart Antimicrobial Polymers:  Self-Healing Antimicrobials and Hydrogels
2.3.3.2 Parylene Polymers for Conformal Coatings         
2.3.4 Titanium makes Antimicrobial Coatings Smarter in Self-Cleaning    
2.3.5 Silver becomes Smart with Nanotechnology          
2.3.6 Peptides to seal the Gap for Biological Antimicrobials        
2.3.7 Other Emerging Smart Antimicrobial Materials       
2.4 Global Markets for Smart Antimicrobial Coating Technologies and Materials   
2.4.1 Smart use of Smart Antimicrobial Coatings
2.4.2 Self-cleaning to Lead the Markets for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings
2.4.3 Photocatalytic Materials and Self-healing Polymer Biocides will lead the Markets     
2.6 Key Points from this Chapter           
 
Chapter Three:  Antimicrobial Coatings and Surfaces in Healthcare  
3.1 Healthcare Settings: The Prospective Markets          
3.1.1 HAIs drives a need for Antimicrobial Actions         
3.1.2 The Rise of Super Strain-Resistant Pathogens      
3.1.3 Government Initiatives towards using Antimicrobial Coatings for HAIs         
3.2 Prospective Markets for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings Technologies  
3.2.1 Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Medical implants 
3.2.1.1 Research into multifunctional antimicrobial coatings for implants  
3.2.1.2 Implant Manufacturers now use Antimicrobial Coating as an USP
3.2.2 Antimicrobial Coatings for Medical Care Systems and Devices       
3.2.2.1 Research into multifunctional antimicrobial coatings for Medical Devices  
3.2.2.2 Some Catheter Manufacturers have started developing antimicrobials impregnated Catheters       
3.2.3 Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Clothing and textiles        
3.2.3.1 Apparel Brands to Offer Antimicrobial Clothing Range     
3.2.4 Antimicrobial coating for Facility and Interior Surfaces        
3.2.4.1 Interior Designers to offer Antimicrobial Solutions
3.3 Challenges and Opportunities          
3.3.1 Biocompatibility   
3.3.2 Environmental Concerns   
3.4 Ten Year Forecasts for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications      
3.4.1 Global Revenue from Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications      
3.4.1.1 Global Revenue for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings by types of Healthcare Application        
3.4.2 Global Revenue from the Type of Technology used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications           
3.4.2.1 Global Revenue from Self-cleaning Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications       
3.4.2.2 Global Revenue from Self-healing Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications         
3-6 Global Revenue from Self-healing Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications  
3.4.2.3 Global Revenue from Selective Killing Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications   
3.4.3 Global Revenue from Materials used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications    
3.4.3.1 Global Revenue from Silver used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications      
3.4.3.2 Global Revenue from Polymer Biocides used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications 
3.4.3.3 Global Revenue from Titanium used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications  
3.5 Key Points from This Chapter
           
Chapter Four:  Smart Antimicrobials in Industrial Applications         
4.1 Industrial Applications         
4.1.1 Food Industry      
4.1.2 Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Water Filter Protection     
4.1.3 Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Clothing and Textiles       
4.1.4 Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Consumer Electronics     
4.1.5 Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Buildings
4.1.6 Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Transports          
4.1.7 Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Transports          
4.2 Ten Year Forecasts for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings in Industrial Applications          
4.2.1 Global Revenue from Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Industrial Applications         
4.2.1.1 Global Revenue for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings by Type of Industrial Application
4.2.2 Global Revenue from the Type of Technology used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Industrial Applications           
4.2.3 Global Revenue from Materials used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Industrial Applications       
4.3 Drivers and Challenges for Smart Antimicrobials in Industrial Applications     
4.3.1 The “Ick Factor" as a Persuasive Driver for Smart Antimicrobials    
4.3.2 Cost, Value and Multi-functionality
4.3.3 Defining Smart Antimicrobials Downwards:  Can’t-reach Areas       
4.3.4 Regulatory Concerns for Smart Antimicrobials in industrial Markets 
4.4 Key Points from This Chapter          
 
Chapter Five:  Vendor Ecosystem and Company Profiles      
5.1 Vendor Landscape and Business Model       
5.2 Key Company Profiles        
5.2.1 AK Coatings (U.S.)           
5.2.2 Americhem (U.S.)
5.2.3 Amicoat AS (Norway)
5.2.4 AntiMicrobial Environments International (AEGIS Microbe Shield UK)          
5.2.5 BASF (Germany)
5.2.6 Biocote Limited (U.K.)       
5.2.7 Bio-Gate AG (Germany)    
5.2.8 Dow Microbial Control (U.S.)         
5.2.9 Gelest (U.S.)        
5.2.10 Harland Medical Systems (U.S.)  
5.2.11 ICET, Inc.          
5.2.12 Microban (U.S.)  
5.2.13 Nolla (Andorra)   
5.2.14 Organogenesis Inc. (US) 
5.2.15 Parx Plastics (Netherlands)         
5.2.16 Polygiene (Sweden)        
5.2.17 Porex Corporation          
5.2.18 Röchling Group (Germany)          
5.2.19 Royal DSM        
5.2.20 Sciessent (U.S.) 
5.2.21 Specialty Coating Systems (U.S.)
 
 
List of Exhibits
Exhibit E-1: Overview Global Smart Antimicrobial Material          
Exhibit E-2: Global Revenue by Applications     
Exhibit E-3: Geographical Spend on Smart Antimicrobial Coatings
Exhibit E-4: Positives and Negatives for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings
Exhibit 1-1:  Smart Antimicrobial Functionalities  
Exhibit 2-1: Global Markets for Smart Antimicrobial Coating Technologies
Exhibit 2-2: Global Markets for Smart Antimicrobial Materials
Exhibit 3-1: Selected Use Cases for Smart Antimicrobials in Medical Environments          
Exhibit 3-2: Global Revenue from Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications         
Exhibit 3-3: Global Revenue for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings by the Type of Healthcare Application        
Exhibit 3-4: Global Revenue from the Type of Technology used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications     
Exhibit 3-5: Global Revenue from Materials used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications       
Exhibit 3-6: Global Revenue from the Type of Materials used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for  Healthcare Applications     
Exhibit 3-7: Global Revenue from Silver used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications
Exhibit 3-8: Global Revenue from Polymer Biosides used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications           
Exhibit 3-9: Global Revenue from Titanium used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Healthcare Applications       
Exhibit 4-1: Industrial Applications for Smart Antimicrobials        
Exhibit 4-2:  Requirements for Antimicrobials Used on Clothing and Textiles        
Exhibit 4-3: Identifying Opportunities for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings in Buildings
Exhibit 4-4: Global Revenue from Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Industrial Applications
Exhibit 4-5: Revenue for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings by Type of Industrial Application   
Exhibit 4-6: Revenue for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings from Food Industry          
Exhibit 4-7: Markets for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings in Textiles
Exhibit 4-8: Markets for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings from Construction
Exhibit 4-9: Global Revenue from Technologies used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Industrial Applications   
Exhibit 4-10: Global Revenue from Technologies used in Smart Antimicrobial Coatings for Non-Healthcare Applications

New n-tech Research Report States the Market for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings and Surfaces Will Reac

Glen Allen, Virginia:  Industry analyst firm n-tech Research today announced the release of a new report titled “Markets for Smart Antimicrobial Coatings and Surfaces – 2018 –2027.” According to the report the market for smart antimicrobials will grow to around $2.3 Billion by 2020. 
 
Details about the report, including a downloadable excerpt are available at:  http://ntechresearch.com/market_reports/markets-for-smart-antimicrobial-coatings-and-surfaces-2017-to-2026
 
This report is the latest deliverable from n-tech’s research program on smart materials.  It is a follow-on report to our highly successful 2015 report covering the same topics and investigates the technology and market changes that have occurred since then.
 
About the report:
 
This report quantifies the market for “smart antimicrobials,” including antimicrobial peptides, smart polymers, silver preparations, antimicrobials based on titanium dioxide and some newer materials.  It also covers emerging multifunctional materials combining antimicrobial action with self-cleaning and self-healing capabilities.
 
The report provides ten-year revenue forecasts, by material type and application.  Medical applications covered include implants, surgical tools, medical facility surfaces, medical uniforms and general medical equipment.  Non-medical applications comprise clothing and textiles, consumer products, the food supply chain, buildings and construction, automotive and military.
 
In addition, the report discusses the business models being employed by leading firms in the smart antimicrobials space.  These include direct sales to end users, sales to OEMs, of antimicrobial additives to manufacturers of other coatings firms. Companies discussed in this report include: AK Coatings, Americhem, Amicoat, AntiMicrobial Environments International, BASF, Biocote, Bio-Gate, DiFusion Technologies, DowDuPont, DSM Biomedical, Gelest, Microba, Nolla, Parker Hannefin, Parx Plastics, Polygiene, Sciessent, Specialty Coating Systems, and TiFiber
 
Highlights:
 
The market for smart antimicrobials will remain dominated by silver-based materials.  However, silver’s share of the market will fall dramatically over the next few years; from 85 percent in 2018 to 72 percent in 2023. Silver antimicrobials will be replaced by an increasingly diverse range of antimicrobial offerings including composites, organosilanes, etc.  In the long-run, peptides hold considerable promise for truly smart antimicrobials since they can selectively kill microbes, retaining helpful bacteria and killing harmful ones. Antimicrobials are becoming smarter through hybridization with self-cleaning and self-healing materials, but such hybrid materials are still a long way from serious commercialization.
 
More than 95 percent of the smart antimicrobial market will be found in the healthcare/medical market over next decade; manufacturers continue to find it difficult to make the case for their products outside of healthcare facilities. Nonetheless, non-healthcare revenues for smart antimicrobials -- for markets such as schools, office, cell phones and food packaging -- will still reach almost $125 million by 2023.
 
Europe will have a marginal lead over North America for smart antimicrobial coatings spending – by 2023, European sales of smart antimicrobials will reach $870 million compared with approximately $750 million in North America. In Europe the use of smart antimicrobials is being driven by ambitious projects such as Horizon-2020, an initiative by the European Commission that supports various projects working on antimicrobial innovations. By contrast, in the US there are some reservations in applying antimicrobials and the FDA is approving new antimicrobial coatings cautiously.
 
About n-tech:
 
n-tech Research is the rebrand of NanoMarkets.  Our firm is the recognized leader in industry analysis and forecasts in smart materials and advanced materials more generally. Visit http://www.ntechresearch.com for a full listing of the firm's reports and other services.
 
Contact:
 
Robert Nolan
n-tech Research
(804) 938-0030

posted Dec 12, 2017

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