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Conductive polymers technologies and global markets
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  • 1. Conductive Polymers: Technologies and Global MarketsPublished:October 2011No.Of Pages:228Price:US $ 4850INTRODUCTION* The global market for electroactive polymers was $1.9 billion in 2010. This market isexpected to be around $2.1 billion in the year 2011 and forecasted to grow up to $3.05billion by 2016 at a compound annual growth rate of 6.1%.* The market for conductive plastics was $1.7 billion in 2010, which is expected to grow to$1.8 billion by 2011. This market is forecasted to reach around $2.4 billion by 2016 at aCAGR of 5.9%.* ICPs are still considered an “emerging” market, but have started to “penetrate,” albeitslowly. The market for ICPs was $227 million, which is expected to grow from $297 millionin 2011 to $639 million in 2016 at a CAGR of 16.4%.STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVESThe major objective of this report is to measure and analyze markets for inherentlyconductive polymers (ICPs) and, somewhat, to a lesser extent, traditional conductively filledthermoplastics, in terms of their competitive scenario in specific applications. Another goalis to develop a reasonable scenario for inherently conductive polymers markets outside oftheir competitive posture vis-à-vis traditional conductive-filled thermoplastics.The latter group is often called “conductive plastics.” However, in several market reportsthese materials are often termed “conductive polymers,” which often leads to someconfusion.Often ICPs and conductive plastics are termed “electroactive polymers/plastics” while inother studies the phrase “electroactive” polymers includes very highly specialized polymerswith both electrical and/or optical characteristics (electro-optic polymers).Browse All Chemicals Market Research ReportsREASONS FOR DOING THE STUDYConductive plastics are made from traditional thermoplastics containing fillers that renderthem conductive, while ICPs conduct electricity on their own, and electro-optic polymersdevelop optical characteristics under influence of an applied electric field.Although conductive plastics mimic conductivity of metals (particularly copper and steel),insulative resins employing conductive fillers (e.g., metal or carbon powder or fiber) achievea measure of conductivity. However, there are generally compromises in terms of
  • 2. processibility or performance or overall economics; thus, the search for alternate“conductive plastics” such as ICPs.By the mid-1990s, commercialization of ICPs was still in its infancy. Production of thesematerials had been scaled up from grams to pounds, but overall global production andconsumption totals are still negligible due to overall instability and higher prices.Even though several major companies have “given up” on ICPs, researchers and othercommercial and educational institutions are pushing ahead. Literally hundreds of papers andpatents on ICPs are published each year. Clearly, there are a great many scientists andcorporations who are still optimistic about significant commercial successes of ICPs and,indeed, usage has increased over the last several years.Electro-optic polymers (EO polymers) are further removed from commercialization thanICPs. However, there might be greater potential in the long term for EO polymers,compared with those of ICPs, because optical applications may be farther reaching thanelectrical uses.Clearly, there is a need for an objective appraisal of ICPs versus traditional conductiveplastic markets.ICPs have a wide variety of potential applications, such as electrostatic dissipation (ESD)control, light emitting displays, capacitors, electrostatic paintable plastics, antistaticpackaging, corrosion-resistant paints/coatings, and other more esoteric markets such asrechargeable batteries, smart windows, and electronic membranes. Currently, most ICPslack sufficient conductivity to be effective for EMI shielding.In many of these applications, ICPs are beginning to impact conductively filled traditionalthermoplastics, while the “market” for EO polymers is still not expected to becomesignificant until the middle of this decade, at the earliest.SCOPE OF THE STUDYThe report Conductive Polymers: Technologies and Global Markets will cover both ICPs andconductively filled thermoplastics in terms of their competitive scenario as well as to assessICP markets independent of traditional conductive plastics.Typical applications for conductive plastics include ESD/antistatic packaging, electrostaticspray painting, as well as other applications, while, as noted, ICP applications includebatteries, transistors, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), capacitors, corrosion-resistant coatingproducts, membranes, sensors, etc.It should be made clear that mention of new conductive polymer activities are a veryfrequent occurrence in the trade press and/or company press releases.To quantify estimated volumes for basic ICPs such as polythiophenes, polyanilines, orpolypyrroles is exceedingly difficult mainly because these materials are usually not used asexistent solids or liquids in the “neat” form, except for several types of films or “pastes.”
  • 3. Polythiophenes, for example, are mostly sold in very dilute solutions (less than 5%concentration), while polyanilines are often used as 25% emulsions. ICP “volumes,”therefore, are almost always reported by weight as dilute solutions or emulsions and overallglobal estimates derived from various suppliers, the trade press, or reports vary by severalhundred percent. The major players in the ICP business are almost always unwilling toprovide even the broadest estimates because of the wide disparity of concentrations of theICPs along with the proprietary nature of this information.The overall market data is global, but further segmentation into major geographic areas wasnot feasible.METHODOLOGYBoth primary and secondary research sources were used to gather information, including:* Complete literature review on products and technology* Patent search* Contacts with key personnel from producers, suppliers, and end usersANALYST’S CREDENTIALSResearch analyst Mel Schlechter has more than 40 years in the chemical industry, andspecializes in plastics market research. He has been with BCC Research for more than 10years and holds a B.S. in chemistry, an M.S. in organic chemistry, and an M.B.A. inmarketing.Table Of ContentsChapter- 1: INTRODUCTION - Complimentary 4STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVESREASONS FOR DOING THE STUDYSCOPE OF THE STUDYMETHODOLOGYANALYST’S CREDENTIALSRELATED BCC REPORTSBCC ONLINE SERVICESDISCLAIMERChapter- 2: SUMMARY 3Table : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ELECTROACTIVE POLYMERS, THROUGH 2016Figure : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ELECTROACTIVE POLYMERS, 2010-2016Chapter- 3: ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER OVERVIEW 3OVERVIEWBACKGROUNDINHERENTLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMERSINHERENTLY DISSIPATIVE POLYMERS (IDPS)
  • 4. CONDUCTIVE PLASTICSChapter- 4: INHERENTLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS 40OVERVIEWADDITIONAL TECHNICAL DETAILSSYNTHESIZING CONJUGATED POLYMERSTECHNIQUES FOR MAKING PLASTICS CONDUCTIVECONCEPT OF RESISTIVITIESICP HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVETECHNOLOGIESCONDUCTIVE POLYMER TYPESChapter- 5: ICP COMPETITIVE RESIN SYSTEMS: CONDUCTIVE PLASTICS 31BACKGROUNDOVERVIEWLIMITATIONS OF A PLASTIC COMPOUND’S RESULTING ELECTRICAL PROPERTIESTECHNIQUES FOR MAKING PLASTICS CONDUCTIVECONCEPT OF RESISTIVITIESTYPES OF CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC MATERIALSCONDUCTIVE PLASTIC ADDITIVESTECHNICAL ISSUESCOSTSRESINS USEDCONDUCTIVE FILLER SUPPLIERSRECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CONDUCTIVE PLASTICSOTHER CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC SYSTEMSCOMPOUNDING CONDUCTIVE PLASTICSKEY SUPPLIERS AND EXAMPLES OF THEIR CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC PRODUCTSNEW CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC PRODUCTSChapter- 6: MARKET ESTIMATES AND FORECASTS 10INHERENTLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMERSCONDUCTIVE PLASTICSTable 21 : GLOBAL CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC MARKET VOLUME BY RESIN, THROUGH 2016Table 22 : GLOBAL CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC MARKET VALUE BY RESIN, THROUGH 2016Chapter- 7: APPLICATIONS OF ICPS AND CONDUCTIVE PLASTICS 96OVERVIEWGROUP 1: ELECTROACTIVEGROUP 2: CONDUCTIVITYBACKGROUNDPOTENTIAL/CURRENT APPLICATIONS OF ICPSOVERVIEW OF COMPETITIVE SCENARIO BETWEEN ICPS AND CONDUCTIVE PLASTICSELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONSELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE (EMI)ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD)AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS
  • 5. ANTI-CORROSION PRODUCTSTEXTILES/FABRICS (ELECTROTEXTILES/CONDUCTIVE TEXTILES)MEMBRANESAVIATION/AEROSPACECOATINGS/INKSFUEL CELLSRFID TAGS/LABELSMISCELLANEOUS APPLICATIONSChapter- 8: MARKET ESTIMATES AND FORECASTS BY APPLICATION 11OVERVIEWICP MARKETS BY APPLICATIONChapter- 9: RECENT CONDUCTIVE POLYMER PATENT ACTIVITY 4FULLY INTEGRATED ORGANIC LAYERED PROCESSES FOR MAKING PLASTIC ELECTRONICSBASED ON CONDUCTIVE POLYMERSPRINTING OF ORGANIC CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS CONTAINING ADDITIVESWATER DISPERSIBLE POLYPYRROLES MADE WITH POLYMERIC ACID COLLOIDS FORELECTRONIC APPLICATIONSMULTIFUNCTIONAL 3,4-ALKYLENEDIOXY THIOPHENE DERIVATIVES AND ELECTRICALLYCONDUCTIVE POLYMERS CONTAINING THEMBARRIER LAYERS FOR COATING CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS ON LIQUID CRYSTALSDEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL PROTON-CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS FOR PROTON EXCHANGEMEMBRANE FUEL CELL (PEMFC) TECHNOLOGYDISPERSIONS OF INTRINSICALLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS AND METHODS FOR THEPRODUCTION THEREOFFLUORESCENT, SEMI-CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS, AND DEVICES COMPRISING THEMIMPLANTABLE HEART VALVE PROSTHETIC DEVICES HAVING INTRINSICALLY CONDUCTIVEPOLYMERSWATER DISPERSABLE POLYANILINES MADE WITH POLYMERIC ACID COLLOIDS FORELECTRONIC APPLICATIONSCOMPOSITIONS OF ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS AND NON-POLYMERICFLUORINATED ORGANIC ACIDSPOLYTHIOPHENE AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES COMPRISING THE SAMEChapter- 10: INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 3OVERVIEWCOMPANIES INVOLVEDSELECTED ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER PRODUCT LINESTable 51 : SELECTED ELECTROACTIVE PRODUCT LINESChapter- 11: COMPANY PROFILES 21ABTECH SCIENTIFIC, INC.AGFA-GEVAERT GROUP NVAMERICAN DYE SOURCE, INC.BASF, INC.BOEDEKER, INC.
  • 6. CAMBRIDGE DISPLAY TECHNOLOGYCENTRAL CORPORATIONCROSSLINK POLYMER RESEARCHDUPONT DISPLAYSEEONYXFIBRON TECHNOLOGIESFRACTAL SYSTEM, INC.HERAEUS PRECIOUS METALSKEMET CAPACITORSKLOCKNER PENTAPLAST OF AMERICAKONARKA TECHNOLOGIESLNP ENGINEERING PLASTICSLUBRIZOL ADVANCED MATERIALSMERCK KGAA: DARMSTADT, GERMANYORMECON CHEMIEPANIPOL LTDPLASTIC LOGICPLEXTRONICS, INC.POLYMER VISION, LTDPOLYONEPREMIX OYRIEKE METALS, INCRTP COMPANYSHIN-ETSU POLYMER EUROPE BVSTERLING FIBERSTICONAUNIVERSAL DISPLAY CORPORATIONWESTLAKE PLASTICS COMPANYChapter- 12: ACRONYMS 2List of TablesSummary Table : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ELECTROACTIVE POLYMERS, THROUGH 2016Table 1 : HOW TO MAKE PLASTICS CONDUCTIVETable 2 : RESISTANCE SPECTRUM FOR METHODS OF MAKING PLASTICS CONDUCTIVETable 3 : CATERGORIZING INHERENTLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMERSTable 4 : CONDUCTIVITIES OF DOPED ICPS COMPARED WITH METALS, SEMICONDUCTORS,AND INSULATORSTable 5 : COLOR OF DOPED AND UNDOPED CONDUCTIVE POLYMERSTable 6 : ICP PROCESSING TECHNIQUESTable 7 : STABILITY AND PROCESSING ATTRIBUTES OF KEY ICPSTable 8 : BRIEF SUMMARY OF KEY APPLICATIONS OF POLYTHIOPHENE VARIANTSTable 9 : HOW TO MAKE PLASTICS CONDUCTIVETable 10 : RESISTANCE SPECTRUM FOR METHODS OF MAKING PLASTICS CONDUCTIVETable 11 : SELECTED KEY COMPANIES PRODUCING CONDUCTIVE PLASTICSTable 12 : ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF STAINLESS STEEL FIBERSTable 13 : SELECTED KEY SUPPLIERS OF CARBON NANOTUBESTable 14 : CONDUCTIVE FILLER SUPPLIERSTable 15 : GLOBAL ICP MARKET BY TYPE OF RESIN, THROUGH 2016Table 16 : GLOBAL ICP MARKET BY TYPE OF RESIN BY VALUE, 2010-2016
  • 7. Table 17 : GLOBAL POLYTHIOPHENE MARKET BY APPLICATION THROUGH 2016Table 18 : GLOBAL POLYANILINE MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDPOUNDS)Table 19 : GLOBAL POLYPYRROLE MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 20 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR OTHER ICP APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2016Table 21 : GLOBAL CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC MARKET VOLUME BY RESIN, THROUGH 2016Table 22 : GLOBAL CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC MARKET VALUE BY RESIN, THROUGH 2016Table 23 : TOTAL GLOBAL ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER MARKET, THROUGH 2016Table 24 : TOTAL GLOBAL ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER MARKET, THROUGH 2016Table 25 : POTENTIAL ICP APPLICATIONS BY MARKETTable 26 : COMPETITIVE SCENARIO BETWEEN ICPS AND TRADITIONAL CONDUCTIVELY-FILLED THERMOPLASTICSTable 27 : TOP GLOBAL SEMICONDUCTOR COMPANIESTable 28 : ELECTRONIC DISPLAY COMPARISONSTable 29 : TOTAL GLOBAL DISPLAY AREA BY FLAT PANEL TECHNOLOGY, 2005-2015Table 30 : SURFACE RESISTIVITY FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICE SUBSTRATESTable 31 : CONDUCTIVITIES OF DOPED ICPS COMPARED WITH METAL, SEMICONDUCTORSAND INSULATORSTable 32 : CONDUCTIVITIES OF DOPED ICPS COMPARED WITH METALS,SEMICONDUCTORS AND INSULATORSTable 33 : STABILITY AND PROCESSING ATTRIBUTES OF KEY ICPSTable 34 : SELECTED KEY ESD PLASTIC PRODUCTSTable 35 : GENERAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF SOME COMMERCIALLYAVAILABLE ANTISTATIC PACKAGING MATERIALSTable 36 : HISTORICAL AUTO CAFÉ STANDARDSTable 37 : TYPES OF FIBERS THAT CAN BE USED IN CONDUCTIVE FABRICSTable 38 : ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 39 : GLOBAL ICP MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 40 : GLOBAL CAPACITOR MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 41 : GLOBAL ESD/ANTI-STATIC PACKAGING MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE,THROUGH 2016Table 42 : GLOBAL CORROSION PROTECTION MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, THROUGH2016Table 43 : GLOBAL SENSOR MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 44 : GLOBAL OLED MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 45 : GLOBAL SOLAR CELL MARKET BY ICP POLYMER TYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 46 : GLOBAL TEXTILES/FABRICS MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 47 : GLOBAL ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, THROUGH2016Table 48 : GLOBAL BATTERY MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE THROUGH 2016Table 49 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR MISCELLANEOUS APPLICATIONS BY ICP TYPE, THROUGH2016Table 50 : GLOBAL CONDUCTIVE PLASTICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 51 : SELECTED ELECTROACTIVE PRODUCT LINESList of FiguresSummary Figure : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ELECTROACTIVE POLYMERS, 2010-2016Figure 1 : THE FOUR OXIDATION STATES OF POLYANILINE
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