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市場調査レポート - 196806

先進防護服および防護具の市場

Advanced Protective Gear and Armor

発行 BCC Research
出版日 ページ情報 英文 367 Pages
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先進防護服および防護具の市場 Advanced Protective Gear and Armor
出版日: 2011年06月06日 ページ情報: 英文 367 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、米国における先進防護服および防護具の市場について調査分析し、熱防護および耐火性、化学物質・バイオ物質の防護性、防弾機能などを有した衣類および装備品の各種タイプ、素材、技術、製造動向と製造業者、市場規模予測(〜2015年)などをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 サマリー

第3章 概要

  • 産業概要
  • 背景
  • 防弾衣の規格
  • 市場成長推進因子
  • R&Dと責務
  • 政府機関の役割
  • 非政府機関の役割、など

第4章 熱防護衣類

  • 背景
  • 耐火性
  • NFPA 701検査
  • 消防士の助成金
  • 難燃性化学薬品の環境上の課題
  • 衣類用難燃材料
  • M5ポリマー
  • P84ポリイミド
  • TREVIRAポリエステル
  • ポリアクリロニトリル系酸化繊維(PAN)/炭素繊維
  • PANOX
  • 混合・ハイブリッド
  • 難燃性コットン
  • モヘア
  • ポリパラフェニレンベンゾビスオキサゾール(PBO繊維・ザイロン)
  • 難燃素材の混合構成
  • 防水および耐火性の衣類と材料
  • 防湿材料:市場シェア
  • 難燃材料:市場シェア
  • 耐火/防炎衣類の主要区分
  • 消防士のユニフォーム
  • 緊急医療サービス(EMS)用衣類
  • ユーティリティ関連作業員・溶接工・その他
  • 購入の意思決定
  • 主要企業、など

第5章 化学防護服/バイオ防護服

  • 背景
  • 防護レベルの定義
  • 化学防護服/バイオ防護服の必要な職業
  • 不織材料
  • バリア機能の向上
  • 軍事用の特殊防護衣類
  • 準備応答の戦略的プラン
  • 市場シェア
  • 市場規模(額)
  • 主要サプライヤーインデックス、など

第6章 補助的防護具:呼吸保護・手袋・頭部防護

  • 背景
  • 放射線防護具について
  • 放射能・化学物質・バイオ物質からの防護
  • 呼吸保護具の各種タイプ
  • 呼吸保護具の市場規模(額)
  • 保護手袋
  • 保護手袋素材の改良
  • 製造業者
  • 製造技術
  • 戦闘用グローブ
  • 保護手袋の市場規模(額)
  • 主要手袋製造業者のインデックス
  • 頭部保護具/戦闘用ヘルメット
  • 顔面・眼保護具、など

第7章 防弾衣・防弾車両

  • 歴史的経緯
  • 防弾衣
  • バリューチェーン
  • ESAPI(ENHANCED SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE INSERT)
  • 防弾衣の非軍事的利用
  • 防弾衣の規格
  • 防弾性の制約
  • 防弾衣のアセンブリーと試験
  • 警察の防護
  • 軍隊の防護
  • 車両の防護
  • 将来の素材
  • 軍事車両
  • 流動性の液体
  • 製造業者の市場シェア
  • 革新
  • セラミック素材
  • 金属
  • 防弾衣・防弾車両の市場規模(額)、など

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Abstract

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

THIS REPORT CONTAINS:

Descriptions of various types of protective gear, including armor and bullet-resistant, fire-protective, chemical/biological, and ancillary; their material types; and the designers of the products The current market status for advanced protective gear and armor in the U.S., including data from 2004, estimates for 2005 An examination of personal protective industry regulations and standards Technological issues crucial to the industry.

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REPORT SCOPE

INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

Advanced protective clothing and associated gear is an industry sector that has a critical role in the protection of firefighters, police officers, military personnel, and industrial workers.

While this type of protective gear and armor industry has seen a few new standards and regulations, there have been significant revisions and additions to the existing standards for worker protective clothing in the areas of chemical protection, fire protection, and bullet-resistant garments. Knowing what is available to the military, first responders seek to upgrade the protective gear that they do have.

This BCC Research market research report provides an overview of major trends within the personal protective equipment industry and market analyses for each end-use segment focusing on the advanced materials in use. Historical data, as well as 5-year forecasts for the years 2010 to 2015 are provided to express market sizes, changes, and dynamics.

REASONS FOR DOINGTHIS STUDY

Protective apparel and associated gear are undergoing growth in many sectors as a result of terrorist activities and related geopolitical events. Tracking and predicting growth related to these events, as well as examining offsetting growth factors, are major reasons for doing this study. Terrorism is unlikely to disappear within the 5-year horizon of this report or in the twenty-first century. Concentrations of individuals in ever more complex urban situations will continue and within this, setting fires, either structural or wildlands will continue. The numbers and types of toxic materials in the workplace will continue or increase. Greater protection is deemed necessary for our armed forces, first responders, and industrial workers.

Revisions made to existing standards have compelled manufacturers to change some materials used in the production of some forms of personal protection equipment. Failure of some of the older materials to perform over the long term has initiated withdrawal from the market. There is a constant balancing of mobility vs. protection. While there is growth in many segments of the personal protective clothing market, the number of players in some segments of the industry is decreasing as a result of acquisitions.

Examining the situation in the marketplace and reviewing the technological advances expected as a result of numerous parameters are additional reasons why this study is important.

This study provides a timely and as accurate a view as possible of the protective gear and armor industry, its major participants, advanced materials and future growth potential, as well as the technologies and standards crucial to the understanding of the industry. Excluded are sports equipment and gear related to recreational activities.

Common causes of setting afire industrial apparel include ignition of flammable liquids and/or other flammable materials spilled on the garment, contact with or close proximity to molten metals, sparks and slag from flame cutting or welding, or any contact with open flames. Other dangerous fire situations include high energy electrical discharges or other electric arc events, the explosion of vapors from volatile liquids or from flammable gases, and the ignition of combustible dusts. FireThe fighters, either structural, proximity, wildlands, or other first responders require a higher level of thermal protection and fire resistant garments.

INTENDED AUDIENCE AND CONTRIBUTION OF STUDY

This business opportunity report provides an analysis of the advanced protective clothing and equipment market for the U.S., by application, through the year 2015 with some speculative analysis for the years beyond. Under applications, the technologies, materials, standards, market participants, anticipated expansions, and growth factors are included.

The structure of each industry is explained, and company profiles of major industry participants are provided. The report is directed to decision makers in the industrial, commercial, fire service, and law enforcement sectors whose personnel are engaged in processes and operations involving the potential hazards associated with chemicals, fire, and bullets.

This report is designed to provide an assessment of the advanced personal protective clothing industry for those companies currently involved in the industry, or for those that are considering entering the fray. This includes protective clothing producers and distributors, textile and textile-related manufacturers, material suppliers, and fabric mills. Companies with large numbers of personnel who are routinely exposed to workplace situations involving potential heat, flame, chemical, and personal protection risks associated with bullets and other projectiles, will also find this report to be of use when identifying and comparing products and manufacturers and sifting through the massive amount of personal protective industry regulations and standards.

This study should serve as an analytical and informational business tool with the purpose of examining the growth in the marketplace that is related to both a vision of Utopia and the reality of terror, combined with the increased hazards facing first responders. There are numerous changes affecting the regulations associated with the forms of personal protective clothing. These areas are covered in terms of applications and end use. There is a distinction between estimates, projections, and facts or statistical data. When possible, sources are identified.

SCOPE OF REPORT

The protective clothing, gear, and armor markets are a fragmented industry. There are significant and specific segments of protective clothing, gear, and armor industry. Within each of these segments are a variety of players, including government organizations that create, develop, and enforce regulations and standards, raw material suppliers, fiber and fabric manufacturers, mills and fabric producers, finished goods manufacturers, and suppliers and distributors. The supply chain may be complex and at times difficult to understand. Our focus is on the major material types and the designers of the products rather than on the distributors of the products. To emphasize the complexity, it may be that one large corporation through many of its parts can be involved in all the sectors of the supply chain. This study of the advanced protective gear and armor markets focuses on the following major sectors in the U.S. market:

  • Heat- and flame resistant clothing, including firefighters' turnout gear for structural, proximity, and wildlands fire service, as well as industrial fire resistant garments for use in electric and gas utilities or in industrial applications in which electric arc and flash fire are hazards.
  • Chemical protective garments and equipment, including chemical-resistant clothing, chemical or biological warfare and protective suits, and gloves used in industrial applications.
  • Respirators and ancillary components for fire and chemical/biological situations.
  • Body and vehicular armor, including bullet and fragmentation-resistant garments used in law enforcement and military applications.
  • Body armor, including bullet-resistant garments used in law enforcement and military applications. The retrofitting of vehicles using the same types of materials and some of the newer engineered in-place vehicle armor.

Each of these areas of the personal protective clothing/equipment industry is discussed. Within each segment - chemical/biological, fire, and projectiles/ explosives - the regulations, raw materials, technologies, market size, and anticipated growth are covered. Manufacturers are evaluated and listed at the conclusion of each of the appropriate sections.

Although there are frequent mentions in military documents and in the popular press concerning nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC or NBCR) equipment, this is excluded from our discussion. There is no truly protective clothing for severe nuclear threats such as battlefield nuclear explosions or a Chernobyl-level nuclear accident. When gamma rays are present in force and quantity, the effective absorbers might be lead or the misnomer "depleted" uranium. Respirators and clothing do help, but the best solution is situational awareness. The NBC misnomer continues; details of implied NBC are not included in this report.

The geographic scope of this report is the U.S. market.

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES

A structured approach is based on optimal use of BCC Research' s own databases and proprietary information, as well as primary and secondary research techniques and methodologies. The material researched and presented in this technical market report is based on information gathered from personal contacts within government agencies, individuals involved in materials and manufacturing, industry consultants, and to some degree, on the author' s personal experience in speaking with industry sources knowledgeable in the subject material.

Additional data was obtained from reviews of secondary sources, such as trade publications, trade-associated company literature, government documents, and patents. This was done in an effort to supplement the application, market, and trend data gathered from primary sources. All monetary projections presented in this report are reported in constant U.S. dollars. A targeted and selective analysis of recent patents was encompassed in the document.

ANALYST' s CREDENTIALS

Anna Welch Crull, a chemist and experienced private consultant, is qualified in electrochemistry, polymers, membrane materials, and advanced materials. Ms. Crull has worked with BCC, Inc. (now BCC Research) for 30 years and has authored more than 112 technical/marketing reports, helped establish 10 technical newsletters, and assisted in numerous special consulting studies and conferences for more than 35 corporations and intelligence for U.S. government entities. She has worked for the U.S. Army Materials Command on rocket technology, propellants, and explosives. Ms. Crull is a graduate of the School of Engineering, University of Mississippi and holds a Masters Degree in Chemistry from the University of Missouri.

Table of Contents

Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION - Complimentary

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  • STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
  • REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDY
  • INTENDED AUDIENCE AND CONTRIBUTION OF STUDY
  • SCOPE OF REPORT
  • METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES
  • ANALYST' S CREDENTIALS
  • RELATED BCC RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS
  • BCC ONLINE SERVICES
  • DISCLAIMER

Chapter- 2: SUMMARY

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    • Table 0 : U.S. ADVANCED PROTECTIVE GEAR AND ARMOR MARKET, THROUGH 2015
    • Figure 0 : U.S. ADVANCED PROTECTIVE GEAR AND ARMOR MARKET, 2004-2015

Chapter- 3: OVERVIEW

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  • BRIEF INDUSTRY VIEW
  • BACKGROUND
  • UTOPIA AND TERROR
  • BALLISTIC BODY ARMOR STANDARDS
  • MARKET DRIVERS
  • RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AND RELATED RESPONSIBILITIES
  • ROLE OF GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
  • ROLE OF NONGOVERNMENT AGENCIES
    • Table 2 : AGENCIES INVOLVED IN SETTING PROTECTIVE GEAR STANDARDS

Chapter- 4: THERMAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

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  • BACKGROUND
  • INDUSTRY TERMS
  • FLAME RESISTANCE
  • NFPA 701 TEST
  • FIREFIGHTER GRANTS
  • ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES WITH FLAME RETARDANT CHEMICALS
  • CLEANING AND REPAIRING GEAR
  • FLAME RETARDANT MATERIALS FOR GARMENTS
  • M5 POLYMER
  • P84 POLYIMIDE
  • TREVIRA POLYESTER
  • OXIDIZED POLYACRYLONITRILE (PAN)/CARBON
  • PANOX
  • BLENDS AND HYBRIDS
  • FLAME RETARDANT COTTON
  • MOHAIR
  • POLYPHENYLENE-2,6-BENZOBISOXAZOLE (PBO; ZYLON)
  • MIXED FLAME RETARDANT COMPOSITIONS
  • WATER RESISTANT AND FLAME RESISTANT PROTECTIVE GARMENTS AND MATERIALS
  • MOISTURE BARRIER MATERIALS BY MARKET SHARE
  • FLAME RETARDANT MATERIALS BY MARKET SHARE
  • TRIM ELEMENTS
  • MAJOR SECTORS OF FLAME RESISTANT/FIRE PROTECTIVE APPAREL
  • STATIONWEAR
  • EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE (EMS) WEAR
  • UTILITY WORKERS, WELDERS, AND OTHERS
  • BUYING DECISIONS IN FLAME RESISTANT AND FLAME RETARDANT CLOTHING
  • LEADERS IN STRUCTURAL FIREFIGHTING APPAREL
  • WILDLANDS FIRE FIGHTING APPAREL
  • STRUCTURE OF FLAME RESISTANT/FIRE RETARDANT GARMENT AND FIBER INDUSTRY
  • SIGNIFICANT COMPANIES IN THE FIRE RETARDANT GEAR INDUSTRY

Chapter- 5: CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

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  • BACKGROUND
  • PROTECTION LEVELS DEFINED
  • OCCUPATIONS NEEDING CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL GEAR
  • NONWOVEN MATERIALS FOR CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL GARMENTS
  • IMPROVEMENTS IN BARRIER PROPERTIES
  • SPECIAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FOR THE MILITARY
  • STRATEGIC PLAN FOR PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE
  • MARKET SHARES IN CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENT INDUSTRY
  • VALUE OF CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS
  • INDEX OF CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENT SUPPLIERS

Chapter- 6: ANCILLARY PROTECTIVE GEAR: RESPIRATORS, GLOVES, AND HEAD PROTECTION

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  • BACKGROUND
  • NOTE ON NUCLEAR PROTECTIVE GEAR
  • RADIATION, CHEMICAL, AND BIOLOGICAL PROTECTION
  • SELECTION OF RESPIRATOR TYPE
  • IDENTIFICATION OF FILTERS, CARTRIDGES, AND CANISTERS
  • ATMOSPHERE-SUPPLYING RESPIRATORS
  • SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (SCBA)
  • AIR-SUPPLIED RESPIRATORS
  • AIR-PURIFYING RESPIRATORS
  • ASZM-TEDA CARBON FOR RESPIRATORS
  • INDEX OF MAJOR RESPIRATOR COMPANIES
  • MARKET VALUE OF RESPIRATORS
  • PROTECTIVE GLOVES
  • IMPROVED PROTECTIVE GLOVE MATERIALS
  • TRACKING GLOVE MANUFACTURERS
  • GLOVE MAKING TECHNIQUES
  • COMBAT/ASSAULT GLOVES
  • VALUE OF PROTECTIVE GLOVES
  • INDEX OF MAJOR PROTECTIVE GLOVE MANUFACTURERS
  • PROTECTIVE HEAD GEAR/COMBAT HELMETS
  • FACE AND EYE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
  • INDEX OF PROTECTIVE HEAD ANCILLERY PRODUCT COMPANIES

Chapter- 7: BALLISTIC BODY AND VEHICLE ARMOR

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  • HISTORICAL EVOLUTION
  • BODY/BALLISTIC ARMOR
  • VALUE CHAIN
  • ENHANCED SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE INSERT (ESAPI)
  • NONMILITARY USE OF BODY ARMOR
  • BALLISTIC BODY ARMOR STANDARDS
  • LIMITS OF ARMOR
  • ASSEMBLY AND TESTING OF BODY ARMOR
  • CIVILIAN LAW ENFORCEMENT ARMOR
  • MILITARY PROTECTIVE BODY AND VEHICLE ARMOR
  • DESIGN CHANGES
  • OTHERS
  • INTERCEPTOR BODY ARMOR SYSTEM
  • VEHICLE ARMOR
  • FUTURE MATERIALS
  • MILITARY VEHICLES
  • RHEOLOGICAL FLUIDS
  • MANUFACTURERS MARKET SHARE FOR BODY ARMOR
  • INNOVATIONS
  • CERAMIC MATERIALS
  • METALS
  • VALUE BALLISTIC BODY AND VEHICLE ARMOR
    • Table 39 : VALUE BALLISTIC BODY AND VEHICLE ARMOR
    • Figure 13 : COUGAR MRAP HIT BY AN IED

List of Tables

  • Summary Table : U.S. ADVANCED PROTECTIVE GEAR AND ARMOR MARKET, THROUGH 2015
  • Table 1 : PERSONAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING CHARACTERISTICS
  • Table 2 : AGENCIES INVOLVED IN SETTING PROTECTIVE GEAR STANDARDS
  • Table 3 : REFERENCED ASTM STANDARDS RELATING TO TEXTILES
  • Table 4 : CLASSES OF FABRIC FLAMMABILITY
  • Table 5 : APPLICATIONS FOR META- AND PARA-ARAMIDS
  • Table 6 : COMPARATIVE PROPERTIES OF WOVEN PBI, NOMEX IIIA, AND FLAME RETARDANT COTTON
  • Table 7 : LIMITING OXYGEN INDEX OF SELECTED FIBERS
  • Table 8 : OUTER SHELL POLYMER MATERIAL MARKET SHARE BY TYPE, 2009
  • Table 9 : MARKET SHARE OF MOISTURE BARRIER MATERIALS BY TYPE, 2010
  • Table 10 : 1MARKET SHARE FOR THERMAL BARRIER MATERIALS, BY TYPE, 2010
  • Table 11 : U.S. MARKET SHARE OF STRUCTURAL FIRE SERVICE GARMENT MANUFACTURERS, 2010
  • Table 12 : STRUCTURAL FIRES AND FIRE DEATHS, 2001-2010
  • Table 13 : VALUE OF U. S. FIRE PROTECTIVE GARMENT INDUSTRY BY TYPE, THROUGH 2015
  • Table 14 : OSHA REGULATIONS RELATIVE TO THE CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING INDUSTRY
  • Table 15 : ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SOURCES
  • Table 16 : TYPES OF CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS
  • Table 17 : KEY OCCUPATIONS NEEDING CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
  • Table 18 : SELECTED MATERIALS FOR CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, BY BRAND
  • Table 19 : OTHER CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
  • Table 20 : POLYMER MATERIALS USED IN CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS
  • Table 21 : 2MARKET SHARE FOR U.S. CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS, BY COMPANY, 2010
  • Table 22 : U.S. VALUE OF CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS, THROUGH 2015
  • Table 23 : STATISTICS DIVISIONS OF CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING
  • Table 24 : INFORMATION REQUIRED BY OSHA EVALUATION QUESTIONAIRE
  • Table 25 : NIOSH LOGIC FOR SELECTION OF PROPER RESPIRATOR
  • Table 26 : ESTIMATED U.S. MARKET SHARES OF ATMOSPHERE SUPPLYINGRESPIRATOR MANUFACTURERS, 2010
  • Table 27 : TYPES OF RESPIRATOR FACEPIECES
  • Table 28 : ESTIMATED U.S. MARKET SHARE FOR PROTECTIVE AIR PURIFYING RESPIRATORS, 2010
  • Table 29 : PROJECTED VALUE OF U.S. RESPIRATOR MARKET BY TYPE, THROUGH 2015
  • Table 30 : VOLTAGE PROTECTION FOR PROTECTIVE GLOVES
  • Table 31 : CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL LISTED GLOVE MATERIALS
  • Table 32 : VALUE OF U.S. PROTECTIVE GLOVES, THROUGH 2015
  • Table 33 : CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICALPROTECTIVE GLOVE MARKET LEADERS BY MARKET SHARE, 2010
  • Table 34 : STRUCTURAL FIREFIGHTING AND PROXIMITY FIREFIGHTING HELMETS
  • Table 35 : VALUE OF HEAD PROTECTIVE GEAR, THROUGH 2015
  • Table 36 : ESSENTIAL NIJ BODY ARMOR STANDARDS
  • Table 37 : CONSIDERATIONS FOR MILITARY BODY ARMOR DESIGN
  • Table 38 : MARKET SHARE OF TECHNICAL FIBER MANUFACTURERS FOR BODY ARMOR BY COMPANY, U.S. 2010
  • Table 39 : VALUE BALLISTIC BODY AND VEHICLE ARMOR

List of Figures

  • Summary Figure : U.S. ADVANCED PROTECTIVE GEAR AND ARMOR MARKET, 2004-2015
  • Figure 1 : WORLD TRADE CENTER 9/11
  • Figure 2 : MILITARY UNIFORM OF ADVANCED FIBERS WITH GEAR
  • Figure 3 : FIRE PROXIMITY SUIT
  • Figure 4 : WILDLANDS FIREFIGHTER' S GEAR
  • Figure 5 : CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTION SUIT
  • Figure 6 : RESPONDER HAZMAT SUIT FROM DUPONT
  • Figure 7 : TYVEK MILITARY FIELD GEAR
  • Figure 8 : ILLUSTRATION SELECT MOLDEX MASK BY 3M
  • Figure 9 : SCAPE CBRN30 RESPIRATOR
  • Figure 10 : INTERCEPTER VEST AND CERAMIC PLATES
  • Figure 11 : CAIMAN MRAP
  • Figure 12 : MRAP-ATV VERSION
  • Figure 13 : COUGAR MRAP HIT BY AN IED
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