The market size of intelligent coating will reach 6.22billion us dollars in 2022
The smart coatings market is estimated at USD 2.15 Billion in 2017 and is projected to reach USD 6.27 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 23.87%. The market is driven by the wide use of smart coatings in different end-use industries, such as automotive & transportation, aerospace & defense, marine, and building & construction. The high demand for anti-corrosion coatings from the automotive & transportation end-use industry, especially for the protection of body parts, such as door closures, lock parts, exhausts, suspensions, engine components, and clamps & hose connections, against abrasion, drives the smart coatings market.
The demand for smart coatings in the automotive & transportation, aerospace & defense, marine, and building & construction end-use industries is high, especially in China, India, and Brazil. New emerging technologies and innovations drive the demand for smart coatings in these industries. The APAC smart coatings market is expected to witness strong growth in the next five years.
Smart coatings have distinct properties, and different types of smart coatings are used in various industries based on the requirements. Therefore, the smart coatings market growth is dependent on its various end-use industries, such as automotive & transportation, aerospace & defense, marine, and building & construction. There is a growing demand for smart coatings for anti-corrosion, anti-fouling, self-cleaning applications from the end-use industries. On the other hand, government regulations and economic slowdown negatively affect the market growth.
Price and availability of raw materials are key factors for the manufacturers of smart coatings in determining the cost structure of their products. Raw materials used by the smart coatings industry include methylamines and inorganic chemicals.
Key players operating in the smart coatings market include AkzoNobel N.V. (Netherlands), PPG Industries (US), Axalta Coatings Systems (US), The Sherwin-Williams Company (US), Jotun A/S (Norway), RPM International (US), Hempel A/S (Denmark), and NEI Corporation (US).
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