Ability to Stop Heat Drives Sales of Windows Films

San Francisco, California, August 11, 2018: TMR Research’s latest report, titled, “Windows Films Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017–2025,” finds that numerous USPs of the product are serving to drive their uptake. First, windows films help to modify the opacity of the glass and strengthen it too. Second, it improves its aesthetics. Third it makes the window structure stable and this is particularly driving their uptake in automotive and marine sectors.

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In the global windows films market, most of the products these days are meant to thwart heat in order to keep the room temperature sufficiently cool. This helps to do away with the usage of air conditioners thereby helping to save electricity. Windows films also prevent the permeation of harmful ultraviolet rays inside a room which can adversely impact the occupants. This is catalyzing growth in the windows films market too.

North America is one of the key regions in the global window films market which accounts for a substantial share. This is because, being an economically developed region, its people have greater spending power. They are also highly aware of the benefits of such products. Besides, presence of many key players in the region highly focused on product innovation such as the usage of bio-based polyester to make films is also having a positive impact on its market.

Meanwhile, Asia Pacific window films market is expected to rise at an impressive pace over the next couple of years because of the presence of many end use sectors in the region. With its abundant labor and cheap land, it is also becoming a manufacturing hotspot with most players shifting their manufacturing units there.

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Some of the key players in the global window films market that have been profiled in the report are 3M, Eastman, Toray Plastics, Johnson, Madico, Suntek, Rayno, and Hanita Coatings.

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