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可生物降解的壓敏膠的技術進步

Technology Advances in Biodegradable Pressure Sensitive Adhesives

出版日期: | 出版商: Frost & Sullivan | 英文 86 Pages | 商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內

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可生物降解的聚合物廣泛用於許多應用和行業。當前,注意力集中在將可生物降解的聚合物應用於粘合劑,密封劑和粘合劑,特別是壓敏粘合劑上。它特別廣泛地用於醫療保健,快速消費品和包裝行業。在FDA的指導下,正在進行研究和開發,以使植物來源的可生物降解的PSA,天然來源的聚合物,丙烯酸酯和聚氨酯具有生物可降解性。促進全球循環經濟也促進了可生物降解PSA的增長機會。

本報告調查了可生物降解的壓敏膠粘劑的全球市場,並總結了技術概述,研發計劃,競爭環境,成功戰略和增長機會分析。

第1章戰略要求

  • 戰略要務8(TM):影響工業用絕緣材料增長的因素
  • 戰略要務8(TM)
  • 可生物降解的PSA技術的有效增長:專注於新材料開發
  • 關於增長管道引擎(TM)
  • 促進增長管道引擎(TM)的增長機會

第2章執行摘要

第3章技術概述

  • 基於PVA的壓敏膠:建立用於生物醫學應用
  • PVA粘合劑:專注於生物相容性研究
  • 植物來源的可生物降解聚酯:正在研究其在壓敏膠粘劑中的應用
  • 內酯(內酯)對新型PSA開發的研究引起關注
  • 聚乳酸膠粘劑:硬度為傷口處理的採用提出了挑戰
  • 基於PLA的膠粘劑:正在設計新的分配和製造策略
  • 用於傷口護理的微生物衍生聚合物的研究
  • 藻類生物膠粘劑的研究
  • 貽貝和頭足類動物的仿生聚合物:在藥物遞送中的應用研究
  • 貽貝以外的粘合劑(沙堡蠕蟲,頭足類動物)的研究
  • 還研究了其他可生物降解的聚合物(例如聚BETA-羥基有機酸酯雜化物)
  • 可生物降解的壓敏膠粘劑的測試/演示示例
  • 植物油基增塑劑和助燃劑,可促進生物降解
  • 粘性/極性/濕潤/生物相容性:主要功能特徵
  • 最終用戶:除了耐水性和無刺激性外,還要求候選產品具有強粘合性。

第4章行業概述

  • 可生物降解的PSA:在傷口癒合,皮膚護理和包裝領域具有重要應用
  • 可生物降解的PSA:最常用於傷口護理和皮膚護理
  • 藥物輸送:可生物降解PSA的主要研究主題
  • 可持續包裝:要求標籤和膠帶具有出色的生物相容性
  • 可生物降解的粘合劑:可用於電子醫療應用中,以實現良好的電連接
  • 農業:目前正在研究可生物降解PSA的利基地區

第5章競爭情況

  • 可生物降解的需求:可生物降解的PSA的主要增長推動力
  • 新型膠粘劑研發:來自風險投資家的顯著推動
  • 風險:缺乏特定標準-某些聚合物的製造成本高
  • 主要專利:專注於生物基交聯劑,增粘劑和其他添加劑的開發
  • 基於專利方案的可生物降解PSA候選人的關鍵特徵和功能方面
  • 對PVA,聚丙烯酸酯和仿生粘合劑表現出濃厚的興趣
  • 聚乙烯醇,可生物降解的聚丙烯酸酯,仿生膠:專為醫療保健而開發
  • 聯盟/合作:以開發藥物輸送膠粘劑為目的
  • 為新產品的開發和商業化而進行的併購
  • 資金主要用於開發新型可生物降解的PSA
  • 個人護理公司計劃和生物粘附計劃
  • 大學和研究機構:驗證將可生物降解性引入聚氨酯的可能性
  • 公司:用於聚氨酯開發的聚丙烯酸酯的起始原料和潛在替代品的介紹

第6章比較評估

  • 聚丙交酯:廣泛用於傷口癒合繃帶和膠帶
  • 主要可生物降解PSA的比較

第7章未來前景

第8章主要公司

  • A Toyochem Japan
  • Acucote Inc.
  • Sustainable Adhesive Products
  • Mussel Polymers Inc. (MPI)
  • Chemence
  • LD Davis

第9章增長機會

  • 增長機會:可生物降解PSA的新產品開發
  • 增長機會:需要在傷口處理中推出新型可生物降解的粘合劑
  • 產品發佈:需要與指定與生物可降解性相關的技術參數的包裝說明書相關聯
  • 增長機會:建立新製造設施的戰略聯盟
  • 增長機會:控製商業使用的技術和知識產權保護

第10章主要聯繫信息

下一步

目錄
Product Code: D9E9

Biodegradable Polymers Poised to Play a Key Role for Developing Adhesives in the FMCG and Healthcare Industries

Biodegradable polymers are increasingly adopted in many applications and industries to replace crude-derived polymers. Currently, the application of biodegradable polymers as binders, sealants, and adhesives is gaining traction, with pressure sensitive adhesives (PSA) being a hot area of interest. Healthcare, FMCG, and packaging are the top areas of interest for PSA adoption. Biodegradable polymers are used as PSA in flexible packaging of food, as cosmetic glues and as seed coatings.

The need for biodegradable PSAs in wound care is significant as most adhesive solutions available currently are non-biodegradable or can potentially cause allergies. One of the most common candidates currently used as a tissue sealant is cyanoacrylate, which is non-biodegradable. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued guidance to update its policy regarding the use of animal-derived materials in medical patches and skin formats. Therefore, R&D toward plant-derived biodegradable PSA, naturally inspired polymers, and integrating biodegradability in acrylates and polyurethanes has increased. Apart from replacing animal-derived polymers as adhesives, the drive toward a global circular economy contributes to the reduction in the use of fossil resources and greenhouse gas emissions propelling opportunities for biodegradable PSAs. Additionally, certain properties such as wettability, polarity, cohesion strength, and tack can make biodegradable PSA extremely attractive to end users.

The packaging industry is shifting focus from using synthetic petroleum-derived polymers, which may eventually end up as microplastics to compostable PSA adhesives that break into carbon dioxide and nutrients. These factors push consumers and brand owners to be ever-more conscious about the environment. Many companies are trying to adopt biodegradable materials to design labels and tapes for packaging.

This research service titled, 'Technology Advances in Biodegradable Pressure Sensitive Adhesives,' focuses on identifying and analyzing research initiatives focused on the development of new biodegradable PSA candidates for the healthcare, packaging, cosmetics, and agricultural industries. The developments captured in this research service are categorized into three major approaches namely: new material development, introducing biodegradability to existing synthetic polymeric adhesives, and exploring naturally occurring adhesives. The primary focus of researching these materials is to define their biodegradability while not compromising on their binding properties across a wide range of substrates.

Frost & Sullivan has identified seven key materials with tremendous potential as biodegradable PSAs. 1. Biodegradable polyvinyl alcohols 2. Biodegradable polyesters 3. Polylactides 4. Microbial-derived glues 5. Bio-mimicked adhesives 6. Other emerging materials such as plant oil-based materials 7. Biodegradable polyurethanes and acrylates. While acrylates and polyurethanes are already established as synthetic PSAs, researchers are trying to incorporate biodegradable polymers such as polylactides with these to make these polymers biodegradable. New polymers such as biodegradable acrylated epoxy resin from plant oils, starch, bio- mimicked glues from mussels are investigated to formulate pressure sensitive adhesives. Though biodegradable PSAs would find significant competition from synthetic PSAs, emphasis on sustainability is expected to act as a key driver, primarily in the wound care and flexible packaging areas.

Key Points Discussed:

  • What are the key biodegradable PSA materials being developed?
  • What are the various approaches researched to incorporate biodegradability in polyurethane- and acrylate-based PSA?
  • What are the initiatives undertaken to accelerate R&D?
  • What are the factors impacting R&D and adoption of PSA?
  • What are the growth opportunities for technology developers in the PSA domain?

Table of Contents

1.0 Strategic Imperatives

  • 1.1 The Strategic Imperative 8™Factors creating Pressure on Growth in the Insulation Materials in Industrial Applications
  • 1.2 The Strategic Imperative 8™
  • 1.3 New Material Developments Need to be Emphasized on for Efficient Growth of Biodegradable PSA Technology
  • 1.4 About the Growth Pipeline Engine™
  • 1.5 Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

2.0 Executive Summary

  • 2.1 Research Scope
  • 2.2 Biodegradable Pressure Sensitive Adhesives Covered in this Research
  • 2.3 Research Methodology
  • 2.4 Key Findings
  • 2.5 Sustainability Efforts Acts as a Key Driving Factor for Adhesive Development
  • 2.6 Regulations Across the Globe Striving to Promote Biodegradable Adhesives
  • 2.7 Factors Driving Biodegradability in Adhesives for Skin and Wound Care

3.0 Technology Overview

  • 3.1 PVA-Based Pressure Sensitive Adhesives have Established Usage in Biomedical Applications
  • 3.2 Research is Focused on Investigating Biocompatability of PVA Adhesives for Biomedical Applications
  • 3.3 Biodegradable Polyesters Derived from Plants are Being Investigated for Use as Pressure Sensitive Adhesives
  • 3.4 Research is Focused on Investigating Esters of Lactic Acid (Lactones) for Developing New PSAs
  • 3.5 Polylactide- Based Adhesives are Encountering Challenges for Adoption in Wound Care Due to Their Hardness
  • 3.6 New Formulation and Manufacturing Strategies are Being Designed for PLA-based Adhesives
  • 3.7 Microbial Derived Polymers are Being Investigated for Woundcare
  • 3.8 Algae-derived Bioadhesives are Gaining Research Focus
  • 3.9 Biomimicked Polymers from Mussels and Cephalopads are Being Researched for Use in Drug Delivery
  • 3.10 Apart from Mussels, Other Adhesives from Sandcastle Worms and Cephalopods are Being Investigated
  • 3.11 Other Biodegradable Polymers Such as Polybeta-hydroxyorganoate and Hybrids are Also in Research Focus
  • 3.12 Examples of Biodegradable Pressure Sensitive Adhesives Being Tested and Demonstrated
  • 3.13 Vegetable Oil Based Plasticizers and Tackifiers Promote Biodegradability
  • 3.14 Tack, Polarity, Wettability and Biocompatability are Key Functional Attributes
  • 3.15 End Users Demand Firm Adhesion of Candidates Along with Water Resistance and Zero Irritation

4.0 Industry Overview

  • 4.1 Biodegradable Pressure Sensitive Adhesives Have Key Applications in Wound Care, Skincare and Packaging
  • 4.2 Wound Care and Skincare Applications are the Most Predominantly Used Among Biodegradable Pressure Sensitive Adhesives
  • 4.3 Drug Delivery is a Major Research Focus Area for Biodegradable Pressure Sensitive Adhesives
  • 4.4 Sustainable Packaging Requires Excellent Bioadhesion of Labels and Tapes
  • 4.5 Biodegradable Adhesives Can Be Used in Electromedical Applications for Better Electrical Connections
  • 4.6 Agriculture is a Niche Area Currently Wherein Biodegradable PSAs are Being Investigated

5.0 Competitive Landscape

  • 5.1 Need for Biodegradability is a Major Factor Driving Growth of Biodegradable PSAs
  • 5.2 The Push from Venture Capitalists to Develop and Research New Adhesives is Prominent
  • 5.3 Lack of Specific Standards and High Cost of Production of Some Polymers Used in These PSAs Pose Certain Risks
  • 5.4 Key Patents are Focused on Developing Bio-Based Cross-Linkers, Tackifiers, and Other Additives
  • 5.5 Key Properties and Functional Aspects of Biodegradable PSA Candidates Based on Patent Scenario
  • 5.6 Research Publications Showcases Strong Interest Toward PVA, Polyacrylates, and Biomimicked Adhesives
  • 5.7 Polyvinyl Alcohol, Biodegradabl Polyacryates, and Biomimetic Adhesives are Developed for Healthcare
  • 5.8 Partnerships and Collaborations are Aimed at Developing Drug Delivery Adhesives
  • 5.9 Mergers & Acquisitions for New Product Development and Commercialization
  • 5.10 Funding Focused on Development of New Biodegradable Pressure Sensitive Adhesives
  • 5.11 Personal Care Company Initatives and Commitments on Bioadhesives
  • 5.12 Universities and Research Institutes are Testing the Feasibility to Introduce Biodegradability in Urethanes
  • 5.13 Companies Introduce Starting Feedstocks to Develop Polyurethanes and Potential Replacements for Polyacrylates

6.0 Comparative Assessment

  • 6.1 Polylactides Which are Excellent Biodegradable Polymers are Used Significantly in Dressings and Tapes for Wound Care
  • 6.2 Comparision of Key Biodegradable Pressure Sensitive Adhesive

7.0 Future Prospects

  • 7.1 Emerging Biodegradable Materials for Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Across Main Applications
  • 7.2 Growth Opportunities of Biodegradable Pressure Sensitive Adhesives in the Next Five Years
  • 7.3 Application Expansion into Wound Care and Packaging as Expected

8.0 Companies to Action

  • 8.1 A Toyochem Japan (A Part of Toyoink Group) Has Developed a PSA With More Than 80% Recyclable Content
  • 8.2 Acucote Inc. Develops Biodegradable Pressure Sensitive Dispersable Labels and Wash Off Adhesives
  • 8.3 Sustainable Adhesive Products Have Launched the BioTak Adhesive With Excellent Tack and Flow Properties
  • 8.4 Mussel Polymers Inc. (MPI) Plans to Demonstrate Its PCS-based Adhesive for Underwater Applications
  • 8.5 Chemence's Exofin Aims to Introduce Biodegradability Within Cyanoacrylates and Use the Same for Biomedical
  • 8.6 LD Davis is Focusing Primarily on Recycled Gelatin and Testing Its Use in New Applications, Such as Cosmetics

9.0 Growth Opportunities

  • 9.1 Growth opportunity: New Product Development of Biodegradable Pressure Sensitive Adhesives
  • 9.1 Growth Opportunity: New Product Development of Biodegradable Pressure Sensitive Adhesives (continued)
  • 9.2 Growth Opportunity: Need for Launching New Biodegradable Adhesives in Wound Care
  • 9.3 Product Launches Need to be Associated with Attached Documents Specifying Technology Parameters Related to Biodegradability
  • 9.4 Growth Opportunity: Strategic Partnerships to Build New Manufacturing Facilities
  • 9.5 Growth Opportunity: Technology and IP Protection to Control Commercial Use

10.0 Key Contacts

  • 10.1 Select List of Industry Contacts
  • 10.1 Select List of Industry Contacts (continued)

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