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Article Highlight: ‘The Protective Nanocoating Market’ HZO’s Stephen Gold in Paint & Coatings Industry Publication

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Stephen Gold | Originally Published in Paint & Coatings Industry 2021

By 2025, it is estimated that the global market value for nanocoatings will climb to $17.2 billion, an all-time high. This market is all-encompassing, offering diverse applications, including anti-fouling, fingerprint resistance, water repellency for clothing, and even bacteria growth prevention to curb infectious spread.

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. These devices require protection against threats, including rain, sweat, submersion, pollution and more. As traditional protection methods can fall short for these new, miniaturized, edge electronics, protective nanocoatings offer promising safeguarding solutions and massive growth potential.

Protective Nanocoatings for Electronics
Years ago, desktop computers were safely perched in offices. Today, smaller devices must operate with resilience, independent of environments. For connected components, familiar elements have become failure-inducing variables. Humidity, corrosives, contaminants, liquids, temperature extremes, and electrical activity can all wreak havoc…

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.

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