DUBLIN, June 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xtk6z9/selfcleaning) has announced the addition of the "Self-Cleaning Window Markets - 2013" report to their offering.
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The key objective of this report is to identify and quantify the market for self-cleaning windows worldwide. With regard to quantifying the self-cleaning windows market, we include a detailed eight-year forecast in volume and value terms. The methodology for these projections is to be found in Chapter Three of this report.
Since the market for self-cleaning windows is one with relatively few participants at the present time, an appraisal of the current self-cleaning windows products on the market and a critical review of some of the latest R&D in this space is presented here.
Finally, we note that the subject of this report is primarily restricted to self-cleaning windows. We acknowledge that this is part of bigger trends and we discuss these trends to some extent in what follows. For example, we take a look at how the self-cleaning windows trend fits into more general R&D work targeting self-cleaning surfaces as a whole.
We also examine how self-cleaning capabilities may be incorporated into conventional insulated glazing units (IGUs) and smart windows. And we have something to say about self-cleaning capabilities in the solar panel space, a market where there are some overlapping drivers, markets and potentially product integrations with the self-cleaning windows.
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter One: Self-Cleaning Windows: Opportunity Analysis and Background to Report
1.1 Why Self-Cleaning Windows are an Emerging Market Opportunity
1.2 Objective and Scope of this Report
Chapter Two: Rival Technologies and Products for Self-Cleaning Glass
2.1 Types of Self-Cleaning Windows Technologies and Products
2.2 Hydrophobic Self-Cleaning Windows
2.3 Hydrophilic Self-Cleaning Windows
2.4 A Note on ETFE
2.5 Research and Development Trends
2.6 Players and Products in the Self-Cleaning Glass: Industry Structure
2.7 Balcony Systems Solutions: BalcoNano (U.K.)
2.8 Cardinal Glass Industries: Neat Glass (U.S.)
2.9 Cyndan Chemicals: Vitroglaze (Australia)
2.10 Hypho Technology: Uri-pel (Singapore)
2.11 International Trading and Consulting: NanoCoat (Australia)
2.12 Lotus Leaf Coatings: LotusShield and Hydrophil (U.S.)
2.13 NanoPhos: SurfaShield (Greece)
2.14 nanoShell (U.K.)
2.15 nGimat (U.S.)
2.16 NSG/Pilkington: Activ (Japan/U.K.)
2.17 PPG Industries: SunClean (U.S.)
2.18 RainAway Nanotechnology: RainAway Nano Self-Cleaning Glass Coat (Malaysia)
2.19 Reactive Surfaces: DeGreez (U.S.)
2.20 Saint-Gobain: Aquaclean and Bioclean (France)
2.21 Shanghai Huzheng Nano Technology (China)
2.22 Viridian Glass
2.23 Opportunities for Self-Cleaning Coatings in Solar Panels
2.24 Key Points Made in this Chapter
Chapter Three: Self-Cleaning Windows: Applications and Forecasts
3.1 Creating an Analytical Framework for the Self-Cleaning Windows Sector
3.2 Key Selling Features and Value Propositions for Self-Cleaning Windows
3.3 Limitations on the Market for Self-Cleaning Windows:
3.4 Analysis and Eight-Year Forecast of End User Markets for Self-Cleaning Windows Markets
3.5 Future Enhanced Markets for Self-Cleaning Windows
3.6 Key Points Made in this Chapter
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