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Article Highlight: ‘The Protective Nanocoating Market’

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Stephen Gold | Originally Published in Paint & Coatings Industry 2021

Article Highlights:

  • Conventional protective coatings are no longer an adequate method to safeguard electronics.
  • A protective nanocoating can be as thin as a few nanometers, typically starting at 300 nm. This profile minimizes unit weight and mass, which proves useful for compact devices.
  • Despite the minute thickness, nanocoatings provide superior protection from pollutants, corrosion, heat, ice, and wear.
  • Overview of market growth rate and key growth drivers for the nanocoating market.
  • Overview of nanocoatings applications, including consumer electronics, medicl devices, automotive, IoT, and industrial markets.

But the growth of protective coatings for electronics is unparalleled, as billions of electronic devices (41.6B by 2025, to be specific) deploy into diverse and challenging environments.

Ryan MooreRyan Moore

Ryan is a 9-year veteran to the world of protecting electronics from harsh environments and a lover of all things technology.

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