- A recent study by Grand View Research, Inc. concludes the worldwide bio-inspired and nano-engineered surfaces market to be over USD 890 million by 2022. This could be attributed to demand for advanced materials in the construction and energy sectors. Bio-inspired and nano-engineered surfaces are resilient to physical and chemical impacts and therefore, highly preferred. They assist in effectively executing industrial operations.
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Self-cleaning glass products are increasingly adopting photocatalytic coatings. This is also expected to drive the bio-inspired and nano-engineered surfaces market. The development of micro and nano-textured materials is likely to propel commercial applications in aviation. Surfaces encouraging mobility of liquid droplets lead to more efficiency in heat exchangers. This prevents icing on aircraft-wings.
Ongoing research on plants, crustaceans, and gecko feet is benefitting the bio-inspired and nano-engineered surfaces market. Lotus leaves are being used to create liquid-repelling structures. This has promoted the sales of nano-textured slippery surfaces.
Preference for metallic structures in construction and automotives sectors has also increased. However, these structures are prone to corrosion, adding direct and indirect costs. This situation can be overcome by nano-engineered encapsulation systems.
The glossy appearance of wooden products is causing their usage in construction, furnishing, and decorative items. However, changing climate is leading to biological degradation. This is producing demand for the sol-gel nano-treatment of wood. Such treatment makes wood resilient (structurally and chemically) to abrasion and moisture.
The medical sector presents opportunities for biocompatible materials. Research on bio-inspired surfaces based on gecko’s adhesive system will further the incomes of residue-free adhesion and suture threads. Implantable medical devices necessitate the administration of soluble drugs. Concerns over high-drugs usage are introducing quality biomaterial surface coatings.
Extensive research on the aforementioned surfaces is being carried out. Approval of patents in China, U.S., and Japan is foreseen to bring in novel fabrication technologies and their commercialization in construction, and oil & gas sectors.
U.S. will witness huge demand for the bio-inspired and nano-engineered surfaces market. This would be owing to its expanding oil and gas sectors and demand for metals. The Middle East and Asia Pacific will benefit from urbanization and construction activities. Market players include Nanopool GmbH, Lotus Leaf Coatings, BASF AG, Entergris Inc., Rolith Inc., and Magnolia Solar Inc.
Information Source: Grand View Research
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