Microencapsulated Phase Change Materials (MPCM) Market in Building and ConstructionOutlook and Trends

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This market insight analyzes the global microencapsulated phase change materials (MPCM) market in building and construction. MPCMs are incorporated into building and construction components such as panels, gypsum boards, insulation panels, wallboards, and other building materials. Components are used in construction of the flooring, drywalls, concrete on site, ceilings, and insulation panels and wallboards for rooms. Because MPCM controls room temperature, energy savings are realized since there is no expenditure of fuel or electricity. The study examines industry challenges and market drivers and restraints, and provides a competitive analysis and marketing strategies. The base year is 2013.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsMPCM ModelOpportunity DashboardMarket SnapshotValue Chain AnalysisStages of R&DIntroduction and DefinitionsIntroductionMPCM Model—Discussion MPCM Model—Discussion (continued)Difference Between MPCM and Macroencapsulated PCMImportance of MPCM Product DesignOrganic and Inorganic PCMsMPCM and Thermal MassMPCM and Thermal Mass (continued)MPCM Market in Building and ConstructionMarket OverviewMarket DriversMarket RestraintsIndustry ChallengesIndustry Challenges (continued)Industry Challenges (continued)Industry Challenges (continued)Value Chain and Competitive AnalysisValue Chain Analysis—Suppliers by PositionCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive Analysis (continued)Competitive Analysis (continued)Technology HighlightsOrganic PCM ClassificationOrganic PCM OverviewOrganic PCM Overview (continued)Organic PCM Overview (continued)Organic PCM Overview (continued)Organic PCM Overview (continued)Organic PCM Overview (continued)Organic PCM Overview (continued)Physical FormsStages of R&DGeneral Selection CriteriaOpportunity Attractiveness MappingMPCM Market—Attractiveness MatrixSelection Criteria in Room Temperature ApplicationsAverage MPCM PricesMPCM Cost FactorsMPCM Cost Factors (continued)Cost Breakdown and Gross MarginsMarket Estimates and ForecastRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast by Type and RegionRevenue Forecast by RegionRevenue Forecast by Region DiscussionRevenue by Type and Product FormRevenue by Type and Product Form Discussion (continued)Revenue by Type and Product Form DiscussionPercent Revenue by Product FormPercent Revenue by Organic CategoryPercent Revenue by Organic Category DiscussionRevenue by Type and ApplicationPercent Revenue by End Application Revenues by Type and Application (continued)Marketed ProductsMPCM in Building and Construction—Product OverviewMPCM in Building and Construction—Wallboard ProductsMPCM in Building and Construction—Wallboard Products (continued)MPCM in Building and Construction—Wallboard Products (continued)MPCM in Building and Construction—Ceiling and Roofing ProductsMPCM in Building and Construction—Ceiling and Roofing Products (continued)MPCM in Building and Construction—Flooring ProductsMPCM in Building and Construction—HVAC ProductsMPCM in Building and Construction—Other ProductsMPCM in Building and Construction—Other Products (continued)Company ProfilesMPCM End-user Company Profile—KnaufMPCM End-user Company Profile—DuPontMPCM End-user Company Profile—DuPont (continued)MPCM End-user Company Profile—National GypsumMarketing StrategiesMarketing StrategiesMarketing Strategies (continued)Marketing Strategies (continued)Marketing Strategies (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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