Nanocoating is described as having a coating thickness or second phase particles scattered in the matrix that are in the nanoscale range. Application of nanocoating for corrosion prevention and control has become quite a common trend. A nanocoating is one in which the layer applied to the substrate has a nanoscale thickness. That is, the material has a thickness of around 100 nanometers. By comparison, a human hair has a diameter of more than 75,000 nanometers. Five million nanometers is the length of a small ant!
Conventional coatings, whether organic or inorganic, have been widely used to protect metals from corrosion, a process that has made tremendous development in recent years. Despite substantial advancements in coating technology, long-term protection of metal from harsh conditions continues to be a challenge. To address this issue, coating formulations using nanoparticles, nanocomposites, or nanocontainers have been created to improve the wear resistance, shock resistance, or pressure resistance, and thermal conductivity of offshore structures, vessels, and drilling equipment. Additionally, nanoparticles in the coating system can confer super-hydrophobicity on the coating, endowing it with multifunctional properties such as anti-corrosion, anti-icing, and anti-fogging. Antibacterial, anticorrosion, abrasion resistant, and weather resistant nanocoatings have been created. While much remains unknown, an increasing variety of nanocoatings are now accessible for industrial and commercial applications. The nanocoatings market is rapidly growing, registering a revenue CAGR of 18.3%, owing to the increased demand for this technologically advanced coating system. According to Reports and Data, the global nanocoatings market size is expected to reach USD 27.97 Billion in 2028.
Top Major Players In The Industry Include:
Buhler PARTEC GmbH
Integran Technologies Inc.
Nanoveer Technologies LLC
Cima NanoTech Inc.
Nanophase Technologies Corporation.
Several of the most notable advantages of nanocoatings include the following:
- Suitable for Both Porous and Impervious Surfaces
Protecting industrial surfaces frequently entails treating them to reduce their porosity. Reduced porosity protects surfaces against moisture incursion and facilitates their strengthening against corrosion, particularly rust and salt assault. Because nanocoatings are so small, they can be applied to both ordinary porous surfaces and previously treated surfaces.
- Uniformity at The Microscopic Level Means Dirt Repellant
Nanocoatings are capable of providing a level of homogeneity for treated substrates that is unmatched by any other technology available. By occluding the microscopic pores on the surface of a substance, a properly placed nanocoating can render it virtually impenetrable to dirt. A short wipe down with a cloth will restore the appearance and performance of many treated surfaces to “as new” condition.
- Extraordinary Hydrophobia and Resistance to Weather
Nanocoatings are particularly resistant to water. Indeed, a large number of nanocoatings were initially developed and evaluated for use on high-performance automobiles. The same capacity to minimize pooling and water damage that makes them so desirable on the race track also makes them useful in an industrial context.
For the purpose of this report, Reports and Data has segmented the Nanocoatings market based on product type, end-use, distribution channel, and region:
Building & Construction
Product Type Outlook
Anti-Fouling & Easy-to-Clean
Distribution Channel Outlook
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