Research and Markets has included a report on “Nanocoatings for the Household Care Industry" to its offering.
A number of household care products based on nanomaterials are available in the market in the form of protective sprays and permanent coatings. For example, easy clean coatings can protect sanitary surfaces in toilets, bathrooms, window panes, and kitchens from the damage caused by oil, water, and dirt.
Several multinational household care product manufacturers are undertaking R&D in nanocoatings considering the field as both a market threat and an opportunity. Nanoscale silver, for example, can be combined with an anti-bacterial coating to make it germ-repellent for a long time period. Photocatalytic TiO2 coatings have found to be effective and long-lasting than usual anti-bacterial cleansers.
These products will occupy a place in the market within a few years, a potential application is top-up of surfaces that have worsened or become less effective on frequent usage. Nanocoatings applied to surfaces makes cleaning simple and reduces the necessity of frequent cleaning. The report provides information about all the recent innovators of the product, products that play a vital part in the household care industry and projected market incomes for this growing market.
The major topics covered are report methodology, executive summary, production methods, nanocoatings,anti-fingerprint, anti-bacterial, anti-fouling and easy-to-clean, self-cleaning (bionic), self-cleaning (photocatalytic), market drivers, market structure, and market revenues, nanocoatings in the household cleaning market, 76 company profiles, and references.