Analyst Perspective on Reduction of Thermoplastics for Structural Applications, 2018 Report - Extruded Plastic Pipes are the Largest Volume of Plastics Used in the Building and Construction Industry - ResearchAndMarkets.com

September 26, 2018

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep 26, 2018--The “Analyst Perspective on Reduction of Thermoplastics for Structural Applications” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This issue of High-Tech Materials TOE explores the different structural applications thermoplastics are being used predominantly in, the different approaches being used to impart light-weighting in thermoplastics, and what are the material properties in demand.

Extruded plastic pipes are the largest volume of plastics used in the building and construction industry, and have widely replaced previously used concrete, steel, and iron-based pipes.

The flexible, lightweight, durable, non-corrosive, fouling resistant, and versatile nature of thermoplastics make them advantageous for use in construction products over traditional pipe materials.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Analyst Perspective on Reduction of Thermoplastics for Structural Applications

2. Introduction to Thermoplastics for Structural Applications

Technology Snapshot Application Landscape

3. Approaches Towards Light-weighting Thermoplastics

Methods for Making Lightweight Thermoplastics IP Activity

4. Strategic Insights

Summary of Impact of Light-weighting Approaches on Trends and Structural Applications

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