Thermal Spray Coating Market to hit 900 kilo tons in terms of volume by 2024

Healthcare thermal spray coating market is anticipated to witness growth of over 7% in terms of revenue to 2024 led by effective retard from radiation along with shielding from electromagnetic waves particularly for MRI and other magnetic based medical equipment.

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Global thermal spray coating market share is slightly consolidated with presence of few international players and large number of regional participants. Key industry players include Oerlikon Metco, Cincinnati, H.C. Starck, Bodycote, and Praxair Surface Technologies. Other prominent players include Metallization, Thermion, Plasma-Tec, General Magnaplate, ASB Industries.

North America thermal spray coating market is estimated to be worth more than USD 2.3 billion in 2016 due to increasing requirement to achieve cost optimization in aerospace & defense and power industry. Enhanced aircraft performance at competitive prices while attaining all required regulatory, manufacturing protocols is expected to positively influence thermal spray coating market share.

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Healthcare thermal spray coating market is anticipated to witness growth over 7% in terms of revenue up to 2024. Effective retard from radiation along with shielding from electromagnetic waves particularly for MRI and other magnetic based medical equipment will create new opportunities for industry growth.

The automotive industry will observe a CAGR over 8.5% by 2024 owing to rising demand for passenger and commercial vehicles with durable coated components. Improved maintainability and reliability along with enhanced product life cycle will propel industry. Furthermore, high resistance towards scratch and decomposition on several automotive machineries will foster thermal spray coating market expansion.

Metals are anticipated to register a growth over 9.5% up to 2024. Surging demand for strong finishing metal finishing for large structures including bridges and offshore oil platforms will stimulate thermal spray coating market growth. This material is extensively used in automotive and healthcare industries to provide enhanced thermal barrier protection and anti-corrosion on finishing surfaces.

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Ceramic material was valued over USD 3 billion in 2016 owing to its superior adhesive bonding; high temperature resistance and high oxidation resistance properties. Ceramic provides robust surfaces to numerous automotive components, including diesel engine pistons, valves and cylinders. Increasing adoption of this material in aerospace engine systems, turbine blades and flame tubes to deliver better heat resistance will propel thermal spray coating market.

Combustion flame process is projected to surpass 9 billion sales by 2024. Surge in machinery component repair works in industrial pumps and steel blowers has fueled demand for high surface bonding processes. Clean and uniform surfaces obtained through this high strength process on several metal machineries will positively impact thermal spray coating market penetration.

Browse key industry insights spread across 550 pages with 452 market data tables & 21 figures & charts from the report, “Thermal Spray Coating Market Size By Material (Metal [Nickel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Tribological Materials, Molybdenum, Titanium], Polymer [Polytetrafluoroethylene, Polyethylene, Polyester], Ceramics [Zirconia, Titania, Alumina, Chromia, Yttria], Intermetallic [Ti-Al, Ni-Ti, Ni-Al, Fe-Al]), By Process (Combustion Flame [Low Velocity, High Velocity, Detonation], Electrical Energy [Two-Wire Electric Arc Spraying, Plasma Spraying, Cold Spray]), By End-Use Industry (Aerospace & Defense [Turbine Blades, Flame Tubes, HPT Outer Stationery Seal], Automotive [Turbochargers, Oxygen Sensors, Alternator Covers], Healthcare [Medical Products Packaging, Instrument Coating], Energy & Power [Industrial Gas, Steam & Water Turbines, Pumps & Shafts], Electronics [Semiconductor Capital Equipment, Dielectric Coatings]), Agricultural Machinery [Agricultural Threshing Equipment, Turbo Compressors]), Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2017 – 2024” in detail along with the table of contents:
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