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Polycarbonate Resins Market Share by 2029 Explored in Latest Research

August 16, 2019 by Amanpreet  

The latest Fact.MR study indicates that ~ 5,006 KT of polycarbonate resins were sold in 2018, and it is anticipated that the sales will rise by ~4% in 2019. The global polycarbonate resins market is highly likely to witness steady growth in the foreseeable years, which will primarily be driven by the radical increase in its applications in various industry verticals.

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Rapidly expanding applications in building & construction industry, which led to ~30% of total sales of polycarbonate resins in 2018, will continue to create lucrative growth avenues for stakeholders through 2029, says the report.

Polycarbonate resins’ applications are intensifying in a multitude of industries, ranging from electrical & electronics, and building & construction, to automotive. As per the study, bulk adoption of polycarbonate resins has been witnessed in the development of canopies, facades, security windows, shelters and skylights, tubular day lighting devices, and sloped gazing, in recent years. Wires and cables, lighting--CFL, LED, LED panels, battery housings, telephone components, radios, CD-players, and meter covers are also leveraging polycarbonate resins, as the demand for high-functionality offerings continues to spike. Polycarbonate resins also possess excellent heat resistance and insulation properties. Moreover, its flame retarding attributes are increasingly multiplying its application areas in electrical components and hardware.

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Though applications in medical industry are currently at a nascent stage, Fact.MR’s analysis indicates that polycarbonate resins are likely to discover highly lucrative application opportunities in the medical industry, with extensive usage expected in wearable medical devices. Polycarbonate resins’ exceptional properties make it a safe and durable choice of material for housing medical components. The study indicates that the industry’s efforts on the development of advanced polycarbonate resin grades for the medical device and healthcare OEMs will gather pace, as a number of manufacturers shift their focus on squeezing margins out of untapped end-use areas. For instance, Covestro has developed polycarbonate resin medical grade for thermal wellness wearable, a bracelet type wearable device manufactured by Embr Labs.

According to the study, gains will continue to remain concentrated in the automotive industry, as the blooming trend of lightweight components is pushing the adoption of polycarbonate resins in auto manufacturing. With the industry’s move towards the fuel-efficient future, the adoption of polycarbonate resins in the manufacturing of lightweight automotive components will be on the constant rise. Applications in automotive industry contributed to sales of ~734 KT of polycarbonate resins in 2018, which is highly likely to grow further for potential use in the manufacturing of hybrid components. The ongoing trend of hybrid speedometer will further push the development and demand for customized polycarbonate resin material. Covestro, for instance, has developed Makrofol® LM Polycarbonate Resin film with a 3D surface, which offers design freedom and gives the liberty to carry out functional integration of digital and analog elements.

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