Published on : Apr 23, 2021
Albany, New York, April 23, 2021: The 5G electromagnetic wave shield film market is likely to be driven by strict environmental and EMC regulatory norms across various industries. At present, demand for 5G electromagnetic wave shield is fuelled by pilot projects to develop the viability of 5G technology and ongoing demonstrations of field trials and pilot projects.
In recent years, conductive coatings and paints captured maximum market share on back of electromagnetic shielding to non-metal surfaces. Materials such as nickel, silver-coated copper, silver, and graphite are being used as the fillers in conductive coatings and paints.
Physical vapor deposition (PVD) is one of the major conductive coating application. A conductive shield is generated around the casing using conductive coating and paints. This, further, prevents EMI signal interference with control signals.
The newly added report “Global 5G Electromagnetic Wave Shield Film Market Research Report 2020” in RMoz repository provides insights about various factors contributing to growth of the market. It also presents information about several challenges and restraining factors that may limit the growth of the global 5G electromagnetic shield film market during the forecast period.
The report consists of 97 pages, each page depicting different aspects of the market growth. In addition, the analysts have used graphs and statistics to present the information in pictorial form.
The market analysts have done in-depth research to provide details of the drivers and trends shaping the market. They have also visited several enterprises, stakeholders, and other key operators of the global advanced process control market to get an idea of possible growth rate in coming years.
Wide Adoption of Consumer Electronic Segment Boosts 5G Electromagnetic Wave Shield Film Market
In recent years, the radiation method held largest share of the EMI shielding industry. EMI metal shielding is widely used to protect the device from EMI radiation. Metal shielding usually provides an EMI shielding range of approximately 100 dB radiation.
Further, adoption rate of consumer electronics has unleashed potential growth opportunities for the 5g electromagnetic wave shield film market.
Emergence of Electric Vehicles Pushes Demand for 5G Electromagnetic Wave Shield Film
Asia Pacific 5G electromagnetic wave shield film market is anticipated to exhibit progressive growth rate in coming years, owing to penetration of consumer electronic products. There has been significant demand for tablets, smartphones, and home appliances due to rapid development of cellular infrastructure.
Also, electronic components are widely incorporated in the automotive sector. The integration rate is likely to rise due to growth demand for electric vehicles. These factors, conjointly, are projected to boost the regional 5G electromagnetic wave shield film market.
Further, high cost of EMI shielding pushes the overall cost of the device. EMI shielding solutions, in general, involves compliance testing and part costs. The cost is associated with cleaning, loading, masking process, and unloading. These additional costs, when added in the development of EMI shielding solution often result in high cost of the final product.
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Some of the key players operating in the global 5G electromagnetic wave shield film market are Parker-Hannifin (US), Laird Performance Materials (UK), RTP Company (US), PPG Industries (US), and Henkel (Germany) among others.
Laird is one of the prominent players operating in the global 5G electromagnetic wave shield film market. The company has wide range of product portfolio for customers across several industry verticals. The company has been consistently focusing on enhancement of product features. Hence, they are spending extensively on research and development. Laird is known to deliver effective gasket solutions and EMI shielding from fabric-over-foam gaskets and board level shields to foam-in-place and finger stock.