Worldwide constrained layer damping (CLD) market is estimated to reach $1,160 billion by 2026, according to the latest research available at Market Study Report LLC, report provides extensively data on market share, growth, trends and forecasts for the period 2018-2026.
As per the report, constrained layer damping market is projected to experience significant growth in the ensuing years. This development is attributable to numerous advancements fueled by strong growth in applications across industries like aerospace, automotive, defense and construction. The product range’s ability to reduce noise and vibrations generated between the connection of metal or plastic parts would mainly boost CLD market over the coming years.
For the uninitiated, CLDs are types of shear-related energy dissipation structure achieved through the interlocking of two or more than two physical materials via a comparatively thin viscoelastic layer. The advantages of utilizing constrained layer dampening systems are the ability to achieve high loss factors with reasonably thin configurations and that the rigidity of the composite system is not overtly increased. Systematic technological advancements in constrained layer damping are bound to be witnessed in the coming years.
Based on type, the report segments the market into passive and active CLD. Passive constrained layer damping is a common technique to add damping to a system. PCLD is a facade damping treatment that comprises more viscoelastic layers and more than one non-actuated coerced layer. This system is installed on the base layer, that presents the unsolicited resonance or vibration.
Passive constrained layer damping systems have been substituted by active constrained layer damping. This technology can be defined as a foolproof, smart and efficient noise and vibration reduction technology over a large frequency band. The market is also further bifurcated based on viscoelastic material comprising butyl, polyurethane, vinyl, and others.
Constrained layer damping market is also divided on the basis of product type into steel, aluminum, non-metallic and others. The steel segment is expected to attain a larger share due to its application across various sectors. Steel, as well as composites, have a greater damping ability to decrease structure-borne noise. Additionally, based on end-use, the constrained layer damping market is divided into aerospace, automotive, marine, construction, electronics, and others. A report by Polaris Market Research estimates the automotive end-use industry to lead the CLD market in the future.
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Owing to factors like burgeoning vehicle production paired with advanced technologies to attain NVH levels in the automotive business, industry leaders operating in the market are likely to witness some potential growth prospects in the coming years. In addition, requirements in the construction industry to reduce noise and vibrations from the structure would further fuel the constrained layer damping market growth in the future.
In terms of regional development, Asia Pacific flourished as the largest regional market in 2017 and is projected to retain its status over the projected duration. Moreover, on the basis of constrained layer damping systems, the region is expected to garner maximum share of the overall worldwide market. China being the world’s largest automotive production hub is the primary reason behind the region's stellar performance in the global market. Furthermore, countries such as South Korea, Japan, and India are further fueling the growth of the total market, cites the report.
Eminent industry players operating in the competitive landscape of the global constrained layer damping market include Nitto Denko Corporation, Trelleborg AB, Pyrotek Inc., American Acoustical Products, Sika AG, Megasorber Pty Ltd, Henkel Ltd., Vibratec, Autoneum, Flexcon Company, Inc, Heathcote Industrial Plastics, Rousch, Avery Dennison Corporation, Soundown Corporation, Polymer Technology Inc., Vibracoustic Gmbh and 3M among others. Profiles of these companies have been detailed in the report under business overview, product benchmarking, financials, and recent developments.