Self-Healing Materials Marketexpected to garner a whopping CAGR of 95.0% by 2023

Posted by rohan on October 22nd, 2019

Market Overview:

The market value of self-healing materials is expected to increase from US$ 369.26 billion in 2018 to US$ 10.411.33 billion by 2023, at an annual growth rate of approximately 95.0%. The automotive sector is expected to promote market development in the near future. Reversible polymers are predicted to continue its most significant share in the autotherapy market in terms of self-treatment types and mechanisms. Self-leveling concrete prevents engineers from being sent to precarious positions on bridges, roads and skyscrapers to look for cracks.

Market Drivers and Restraints:

With knowledge transfer and closer collaboration at an early stage of development, self-healing materials bring long-term economic benefits over traditional materials, increasing demand in all regions and government policies by changing attention to regulations that require broader guarantees. Essential factors for the development of the self-healing materials market are the rising awareness about the benefits of self-healing materials and the emerging construction and transportation sectors. The automotive industry is in high demand for self-healing materials. 

The material that is being developed is applied to products such as dynamic seals, vibration contrast systems used in machinery, vehicles, bridges, railways and roads. Elastomers help increase product life, reduce maintenance and repair costs and increase safety by reducing traffic accidents and road congestion. These factors drive the purchase of self-healing materials at the time of the forecast. Ownership of automatic repair material for repair actually helps reduce maintenance and repair costs, which makes it possible to find the way in many end-user industries. The high price of self-healing materials from conventional materials limits the development of the world market.

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Report segmented as

By Form:

  • Extrinsic,
  • Intrinsic

By Type:

  • Concrete,
  • Coatings,
  • Polymers,
  • Asphalt,
  • Ceramic,
  • Metals

By End-Use Industry:

  • Building & Construction,
  • Transportation,
  • Mobile devices

Geographical Analysis:

Geographically, the market for self-healing materials has subsectors such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and the rest of the world. North America leads the market with increasing use in the end-use manufacturing, electronics and automotive industries. Asia-Pacific is emerging as an important market for self-healing materials with increasing applications in development and automotive applications. Developing countries such as China and India are promoting the construction sector, which leads to the development of the regional market.

Important Market Players:

Acciona S.A. AkzoNobel N.W. Applied Thin Film Inc., Arkema S.A., Automatic Materials Inc., Avecom N.W., BASF SE, Covestro AG and Critical Materials SA, Devan Chemicals, E.L. Du Pont De Nemours and Company, Evonik Industries, Sensor Coating Systems Ltd., Slips Technologies Inc. are some of the leading competitors in the self-healing materials market.

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The Scope of the report:

This report offers the current product and services market evaluation and the future estimation of the market. It helps us understand the market better through size anticipation and CAGR calculation to estimate the next market. It has a broader segmentation for better understanding of the enterprising of the market at a low level by segregating the market into smaller sectors.

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