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先進防護具および防護服の市場

Advanced Protective Gear and Armor

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先進防護具および防護服の市場 Advanced Protective Gear and Armor
出版日: 2015年03月31日 ページ情報: 英文 240 Pages
概要

米国の先進防護具および防護服の市場は2013年に45億ドル、2014年には47億ドルの市場規模に達しました。2019年にかけては4.4%のCAGRで推移し、約59億ドルの規模に成長すると予測されています。

当レポートでは、米国の先進防護具および防護服の市場について調査し、熱防護性・耐火性を持つ衣類および装備品、化学的・生物学的脅威からの防護性を持つ衣類および装備品、防弾機能などを有した衣類および装備品などの各種タイプ、素材、技術、製造動向、製造業者、市場規模の予測などをまとめています。

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 熱防護服

  • 背景
  • 業界用語
  • 消火活動環境
  • 難燃性化学品の環境上の課題
  • クリーニングおよびリペア用ギア
  • 衣料品向け難燃性材料
    • メタアラミド
    • メラミン系
    • PBI (POLYBENZIMADAZOLE)
    • 混合剤・ハイブリット剤
    • 難燃性コットン
    • モヘア、など
  • 耐水性・難燃性材料
    • 高テナシティポリエチレン繊維
    • 不織布
  • 消防士の衣服の構成
    • 外殻部
    • 水分バリア
    • 断熱バリア
    • トリムエレメント
  • 耐炎/防火服の主なタイプ
    • 防火服
    • ステーションウェア
    • 緊急医療サービス(EMS)用衣類、など
  • 資金調達
  • 市場規模
  • 耐炎/防火服および繊維産業の構造、など

第5章 化学防護服/バイオ防護服

  • 背景
  • 保護レベルの定義
  • 化学防護服/バイオ防護服を必要とする職業
  • 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
  • 市場規模
  • 産業構造、など

第6章 補助的防護具:呼吸保護具・手袋・頭部防護具

  • 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
  • フィルター・カートリッジ・キャニスター
  • 給気式呼吸用保護具
  • 送気マスク
  • 複合式呼吸保護具
  • ろ過式呼吸保護具
  • 主な脱汚染装置・検出装置
  • 化学的・生物学的脅威
  • 呼吸保護具の市場規模
  • 呼吸保護具の主要企業インデックス
  • 保護手袋
  • 保護手袋材料の改良
  • 認証済み手袋材料
  • 手袋製造業者
  • 手袋製造技術
  • 戦闘用/攻撃用手袋
  • 保護手袋の市場規模
  • 保護手袋の市場構造
  • 保護手袋の主要製造業者のインデックス
  • 保護用ヘッドギア/戦闘用ヘルメット
  • 頭部保護具の製造業者、など

第7章 防弾衣・防弾車両

  • これまでの経緯
  • 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
  • 防弾衣のアセンブリーと試験
  • 警察用
  • 軍・車両用
  • 設計の変更
  • 装甲車両
  • 未来の材料
  • 軍事車両
  • 流動液体
  • 製造業者の市場シェア
  • セラミック素材
  • 金属
  • 市場規模、など

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目次

The U.S. market for advanced protective gear and armor has reached $4.5 billion and $4.7 billion in 2013 and 2014, respectively. This market is expected to reach at compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.4% to nearly $5.9 billion in 2019.

This report provides:

  • An overview of the U.S. market for advanced protective gear and armor.
  • Analyses of the U.S. market trends, with data from 2013 and 2014, and projections of CAGRs through 2019.
  • Emphasis on the following sectors of the 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. Much of this same gear can be used for biological protection.
  • 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.
  • Coverage of market aspects including raw materials, technologies, market size, and anticipated growth.

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REPORT SCOPE

SCOPE OF REPORT

The protective clothing, gear and armor markets are a fragmented industry. There are significant and specific segments of the 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. Much of this same gear can be used for biological protection.

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. This includes 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 chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) 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.

ANALYSTS' CREDENTIALS

The author of the original (2011) report on which this report is based is Anna Welch Crull, a chemist and private consultant experienced in electrochemistry, polymers, membrane materials and advanced materials. Ms. Crull has worked with BCC Research for more than 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 Master's Degree in Chemistry from the University of Missouri.

The analyst responsible for updating the report is Andrew McWilliams, a partner in the Boston-based international technology and marketing consulting firm, 43rd Parallel LLC. Mr. McWilliams is the author or co-author of numerous other BCC Research studies, including studies in related fields such as AVM023E Smart Materials and Their Applications: Technologies and Global Markets; AVM050B Smart and Interactive Textiles; AVM060C Specialty Fibers: Technologies and Global Markets; AVM085A Protective Sports Equipment: The North American Market; and NAN021F Global Markets for Nanocomposites, Nanoparticles, Nanoclays, and Nanotubes.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

  • STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
  • REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDY
  • INTENDED AUDIENCE AND CONTRIBUTION OF STUDY
  • SCOPE OF REPORT
  • METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES
  • ANALYSTS' CREDENTIALS
  • RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS
  • BCC RESEARCH WEBSITE
  • DISCLAIMER

CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY

  • SUMMARY TABLE U.S. ADVANCED PROTECTIVE GEAR AND ARMOR MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • SUMMARY FIGURE U.S. ADVANCED PROTECTIVE GEAR AND ARMOR MARKET, 2013-2019 ($ MILLIONS)

CHAPTER 3 OVERVIEW

  • BRIEF INDUSTRY VIEW
  • BACKGROUND
    • MILITARY PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
    • DOMESTIC PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
    • OTHER PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AND INDUSTRY CLOTHING
    • TABLE 1 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING CHARACTERISTICS
  • BALLISTIC BODY ARMOR STANDARDS
    • FIREFIGHTERS AND SAFETY
  • MARKET DRIVERS
  • FIGURE 1 WORLD TRADE CENTER 9/11
    • THREATS BOTH OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE
    • ARMOR PROTECTION
      • Changes in Armor Requirements
    • FLAME RETARDANCY
    • BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL PROTECTION
    • ANCILLARY GEAR
    • ADVANCED PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AND GEAR: HOW ADVANCED?
  • RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AND RELATED RESPONSIBILITIES
  • ROLE OF GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
    • DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
    • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE
    • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY
    • NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
    • OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION
      • OSHA Standards
        • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.132
        • OSHA CFR 29 1910.269
    • DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD)
    • ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
  • ROLE OF NONGOVERNMENT AGENCIES
  • TABLE 2 AGENCIES INVOLVED IN SETTING PROTECTIVE GEAR STANDARDS
    • NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION
      • National Fire Protection Agency FR Garment Standards
        • NFPA 2112
        • NFPA 70E
        • NFPA 1971
      • Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN)
    • ASTM INTERNATIONAL
      • ASTM Standards
        • ASTM D6413
        • ASTM1506
        • ASTM F1959
        • ASTM F1958
        • ASTM F1891
    • AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE
    • UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES INC.
    • COMPLIANCE REGULATIONS

CHAPTER 4 THERMAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

  • BACKGROUND
  • INDUSTRY TERMS
  • TABLE 3 REFERENCED ASTM STANDARDS RELATING TO TEXTILES
    • "NORMAL"FLAMMABILITY
    • TABLE 4 CLASSES OF FABRIC FLAMMABILITY
    • FLAME RESISTANCE
    • FIRE (OR FLAME) RETARDANCY 3
      • NFPA 701 Test
  • FIREFIGHTING ENVIRONMENT
  • ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES WITH FLAME-RETARDANT CHEMICALS
  • CLEANING AND REPAIRING GEAR
  • FLAME-RETARDANT MATERIALS FOR GARMENTS
    • META-ARAMIDS
      • Teijinconex
      • Nomex
      • TABLE 5 APPLICATIONS FOR META-AND PARA-ARAMIDS
        • Nomex On Demand
      • Modacrylic/Aramid Fiber Blends
      • Polymer Co-Mingled Bundle
      • Blends
      • Limitedwear
      • Members of the Brand Preferred Program
    • MELAMINE-BASED
      • Basofil
    • POLYBENZIMADAZOLE (PBI)
    • TABLE 6 COMPARATIVE PROPERTIES OF WOVEN PBI, NOMEX IIIA AND FLAME-RETARDANT COTTON
      • PBI Blend
      • PBI BaseGuard
      • Melt Polymerization for PBI
        • M5 POLYMER
        • FIGURE 2 MILITARY UNIFORM OF ADVANCED FIBERS WITH GEAR
        • P84 POLYIMIDE
        • TREVIRA POLYESTER
        • OXIDIZED POLYACRYLONITRILE (PAN)/CARBON
      • PYROMEX
      • PYRON
      • PANOX
    • BLENDS AND HYBRIDS
    • FLAME-RETARDANT COTTON
    • MOHAIR
    • POLYPHENYLENE-2,6-BENZOBISOXAZOLE (PBO; ZYLON)
    • MIXED FLAME-RETARDANT COMPOSITIONS
    • STRENGTHENING FIBERS
    • TABLE 7 LIMITING OXYGEN INDEX (LOI) OF SELECTED FIBERS
    • COMPOSITE AND BLENDED FIRE-RETARDANT YARNS AND FABRICS
    • POLYPHENYLENE-2,6-BENZOBISOXAZOLE (PBO) BLENDS
    • KERMEL BLEND
    • BLENDED COMPOSITIONS WITH ARAMID
    • METALLIC HIGH STRENGTH FILAMENTS
  • WATER-RESISTANT AND FLAME-RESISTANT MATERIALS FOR GARMENTS
    • HIGH-TENACITY POLYETHYLENE YARN
    • NONWOVENS IN PPE
  • CONSTRUCTION OF STRUCTURAL FIREFIGHTERS' GARMENTS
    • OUTER SHELL
    • TABLE 8 OUTER SHELL POLYMER MATERIAL MARKET SHARE BY TYPE, 2013 (%)
    • MOISTURE BARRIERS
      • NFPA Changes
      • Membranes of Polytetraflluoroethylene (PTFE)
      • Membrane of Polyurethane or Polyester
      • Alternatives and Problems
      • Supplementary
      • Moisture Barrier Materials by Market Share
      • TABLE 9 MARKET SHARE OF MOISTURE BARRIER MATERIALS BY TYPE, 2013 (%)
    • INSULATING AND THERMAL BARRIERS
      • Foam
      • Non-wovens and Battings
      • Insulating and Thermal Barrier Materials by Market Share
      • TABLE 10 MARKET SHARE FOR THERMAL BARRIER MATERIALS BY TYPE, 2013 (%)
    • TRIM ELEMENTS
  • MAJOR TYPES OF FLAME-RESISTANT/FIRE-PROTECTIVE APPAREL
    • STRUCTURAL TURNOUT/BUNKER GEAR
    • STATIONWEAR
    • EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE (EMS) WEAR
    • INDUSTRIAL WEAR
    • UTILITY WORKERS, WELDERS, AND OTHERS
    • SUPPLY CHAIN
    • PURCHASING CRITERIA
    • LEADERS IN STRUCTURAL FIREFIGHTING APPAREL
    • TABLE 11 U.S. MARKET SHARE OF STRUCTURAL FIRE SERVICE GARMENT MANUFACTURERS, 2013 (%)
    • FIRE PROXIMITY SUIT
    • FIGURE 3 FIRE PROXIMITY SUIT
    • WILDLANDS FIRE FIGHTING APPAREL
    • FIGURE 4 WILDLAND FIREFIGHTER'S GEAR
    • INDUSTRY/RACECAR GARMENTS
  • FUNDING
  • MARKET VALUE
  • TABLE 12 VALUE OF U. S. FIRE PROTECTIVE GARMENT INDUSTRY BY TYPE, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • STRUCTURE OF THE FLAME-RESISTANT/FIRE-RETARDANT GARMENT AND FIBER INDUSTRY
    • SIGNIFICANT COMPANIES IN THE FIRE RETARDANT GEAR INDUSTRY
      • Basofil Fibers LLC/Sumlin Group
      • Bulwark Protective Apparel/VF Corp.
      • Carhartt Inc.
      • Chapman Thermal Products Inc./Chapman Innovations
      • Donaldson Co. Inc.
      • DuPont Advanced Fiber Systems
      • DuPont Protection Technologies
      • Fire-Dex LLC
      • Globe Manufacturing Co./Cairns Protective Clothing
      • International Textile Group Inc. (Itg)/ W.L. Ross & Co.
      • Itex Inc.
      • Kermel
      • Lakeland Industries Inc.
      • Lion Inc.
      • Magellan Systems International LLC
      • Milliken & Co.
      • Morning Pride Manufacturing by Honeywell
      • Newtex Industries Inc.
      • Norafin (Americas) Inc.
      • Norafin Industries GmbH
      • PBI Performance Products Inc./InterTech Group
      • PIL Membranes Ltd.
      • Quaker Safety Products Corp
      • Riverside Manufacturing Co.
      • Safedesign Apparel Ltd.
      • SGL Carbon
      • Sperian Protection USA Inc.
      • Stedfast Inc.
      • Teijin Aramid BV (Formerly Teijin Twaron)
      • Tencate Protective Fabrics USA
      • Topps Safety Apparel Inc.
      • Veridian Ltd.
      • W.L. Gore & Associates Inc.
      • Westex Inc.
      • Workrite Uniform Co.
      • Zoltek Companies Inc
      • Others

CHAPTER 5 CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

  • BACKGROUND
  • PROTECTION LEVELS DEFINED
  • TABLE 13 1OSHA REGULATIONS RELATIVE TO THE CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING INDUSTRY
    • OTHER INFORMATION SOURCES
    • TABLE 14 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SOURCES
    • PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) GUIDES
    • CRITICAL INCIDENT TECHNOLOGIES
    • INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS
    • TABLE 15 TYPES OF CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS
    • EXPLANATION OF TERMS
  • OCCUPATIONS NEEDING CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL GEAR
  • TABLE 16 KEY OCCUPATIONS NEEDING CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
  • PROCEDURES
  • NONWOVEN MATERIALS FOR CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL GARMENTS
  • TABLE 17 SELECTED MATERIALS FOR CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, BY BRAND
  • FIGURE 5 CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTION SUIT
    • POLYOLEFINS
      • Tyvek Products
      • Tychem Products
        • Tychem BR
      • Responder CSM Level A
      • FIGURE 6 RESPONDER HAZMAT SUIT FROM DUPONT
      • CPF Materials
      • Microforce SMS
    • STRETCHABLE CHEMICAL VAPOR PROTECTIVE GARMENT
    • COMBINATION MATERIALS
    • HYBRID MICROPOROUS MEMBRANES
    • OTHER CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE MATERIALS
    • TABLE 18 OTHER CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
    • PEPGEL
    • ELECTROSPUN MEMBRANE-LIKE MATERIALS
      • Donaldson Co. Inc. Approach
    • POLYMERS FOR CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS
    • TABLE 19 POLYMER MATERIALS USED IN CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS
  • IMPROVEMENTS IN BARRIER PROPERTIES
  • SPECIAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FOR THE MILITARY
    • SELECTIVELY PERMEABLE MATERIALS
    • SELF-DECONTAMINATING PERMSELECTIVE MEMBRANES
    • SHELF LIFE
    • NEEDS AND MARKET OPPORTUNITIES
  • STRATEGIC PLANS FOR PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE
    • DETECTION AND MEASUREMENT OF CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL AGENTS
  • CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENT MARKET
  • TABLE 20 U.S. VALUE OF CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
  • TABLE 21 MARKET SHARE FOR U.S. CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS BY COMPANY, 2013 (%)
    • 3M
    • BLUCHER GMBH 14
    • DONALDSON, CO. INC. 145
    • E. I. DUPONT PERSONAL PROTECTION 146
    • ESPIN TECHNOLOGIES INC.
    • FIRE-DEX LLC
    • GENTEX CORP.
    • GLOBE MANUFACTURING CO. LLC
    • HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS
    • INNOTEX
    • KIMBERLY-CLARK CORP.
    • POLYMER GROUP INC. (PGI)
    • STEDFAST INC.
    • TEX-SHIELD INC.
    • OTHERS

CHAPTER 6 ANCILLARY PROTECTIVE GEAR: RESPIRATORS, GLOVES AND HEAD PROTECTION

  • BACKGROUND
  • NOTE ON NUCLEAR PROTECTIVE GEAR 15
  • RADIATION, CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROTECTION
  • FIGURE 7 TYVEK MILITARY FIELD GEAR
    • PROTECTIVE RESPIRATORS AND LEVELS OF PROTECTION
    • PROTECTION AGAINST BIOLOGICAL THREATS
    • RESPIRATOR ASSESSMENT
      • Wildlands Fire Fighting
      • Use by Firefighters
    • OSHA REGULATIONS
    • EVALUATIONS
    • TABLE 22 INFORMATION REQUIRED BY OSHA EVALUATION QUESTIONNAIRE
    • NIOSH CERTIFICATION
    • TABLE 23 NIOSH LOGIC FOR SELECTION OF PROPER RESPIRATOR
  • SELECTION OF RESPIRATOR TYPE
    • WORKPLACE CONDITIONS AND RESPIRATOR CHOICE
    • PROCEDURES FOR USE OF RESPIRATORS
  • IDENTIFICATION OF FILTERS, CARTRIDGES AND CANISTERS
    • TESTING
  • ATMOSPHERE-SUPPLYING RESPIRATORS
  • TABLE 24 ESTIMATED U.S. MARKET SHARES OF ATMOSPHERE SUPPLYING RESPIRATOR MANUFACTURERS, 2013 (%)
  • TABLE 25 TYPES OF RESPIRATOR FACEPIECES
  • SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (SCBA)
  • AIR-SUPPLIED RESPIRATORS
  • COMBINATION RESPIRATORS
  • AIR-PURIFYING RESPIRATORS
    • MARKET SHARE FOR AIR-PURIFYING RESPIRATORS
    • TABLE 26 ESTIMATED U.S. MARKET SHARE FOR PROTECTIVE AIR PURIFYING RESPIRATORS, 2013 (%)
    • PARTICULATE FILTERS
    • FIGURE 8 ILLUSTRATION OF SELECT MOLDEX MASK BY 3M
    • VAPOR-AND-GAS REMOVING RESPIRATORS
    • IMPROVED DESIGNS
    • NBC/CBR FILTERS
  • SELECTED CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DECONTAMINATION OR DETECTION DEVICES
    • NUCLEAR RADIATION HIGH LEVEL EXPOSURE
  • ASZM-TEDA CARBON FOR RESPIRATORS
  • FIGURE 9 SCAPE CBRN30 RESPIRATOR
  • CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL THREATS
  • MARKET VALUE OF RESPIRATORS
  • TABLE 27 PROJECTED VALUE OF U.S. RESPIRATOR MARKET BY TYPE, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • INDEX OF MAJOR RESPIRATOR COMPANIES
    • 3M PERSONAL PROTECTIVE SAFETY SOLUTIONS
    • AEARO TECHNOLOGIES LLC
    • AIR SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL
    • AXIS AIR GROUP INC.
    • BULLARD
    • CALGON CARBON CORP.
    • DONALDSON CO. INC.
    • ENMET CORP.
    • GENERAL RUBBER & PLASTICS INC.
    • HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL
    • HOT SHIELD USA INC.
    • MARTECH SERVICES CO.
    • MSA
    • SCOTT HEALTH AND SAFETY/TYCO INTERNATIONAL
    • OTHER COMPANIES
  • PROTECTIVE GLOVES
    • INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL-PROTECTIVE GLOVE CLASSIFICATION
    • TABLE 28 VOLTAGE PROTECTION FOR PROTECTIVE GLOVES
    • FIREFIGHTING AND RESPONDER GLOVES
    • CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GLOVES
    • POTENTIAL SHORTCOMINGS WITH GLOVE MATERIALS
  • IMPROVED PROTECTIVE GLOVE MATERIALS
  • APPROVED GLOVE MATERIALS
  • TABLE 29 CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL LISTED GLOVE MATERIALS
    • ULTRAHIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT POLYETHYLENE
    • NATURAL RUBBER AND LATEX
    • NEOPRENE
    • NITRILE RUBBER
    • BUTYL RUBBER
    • POLYVINYL CHLORIDE
    • FLUOROELASTOMERS
    • POLYVINYL ALCOHOL
  • TRACKING GLOVE MANUFACTURERS
    • COMPETITION FROM OVERSEAS MANUFACTURERS
  • GLOVE-MAKING TECHNIQUES
  • COMBAT/ASSAULT GLOVES
    • MILITARY COMBAT GLOVES
  • VALUE OF PROTECTIVE GLOVES
  • TABLE 30 VALUE OF U.S. PROTECTIVE GLOVES, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • MARKET STRUCTURE FOR PROTECTIVE GLOVES
  • TABLE 31 CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GLOVE MARKET LEADERS BY MARKET SHARE, 2013 (%)
  • INDEX OF MAJOR PROTECTIVE GLOVE MANUFACTURERS
    • ALLGLOVE INDUSTRIES
    • ANSELL HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS LLC
    • DAMASCUS PROTECTIVE GEAR
    • DUPONT ELASTOMERS
    • HEXARMOR
    • LAKELAND INDUSTRIES INC.
    • MCR SAFETY
    • MICROFLEX CORP.
    • MSA SAFETY INC.
    • NORTH BY HONEYWELL
    • PROTECTIVE INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS (PIP)
    • SHOWA BEST GLOVE
    • WARWICK MILLS
    • OTHERS
  • PROTECTIVE HEAD GEAR/COMBAT HELMETS
    • PROTECTION FROM HEAD INJURIES
      • Advanced Combat Helmet/Enhanced Combat Helmet
      • Hard Hats
        • OSHA Regulations for Industrial Hardhats
        • ANSI Z89.1-1997 and Related Standards
    • FIREFIGHTER HEAD PROTECTION
      • Helmets
      • Goggles and Faceshields
      • Optional Accessories
      • Hoods
    • FACE AND EYE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
      • BACKGROUND
      • ANSI Z87.1-2010
      • OTHER PROTECTION SOLUTIONS
      • BALLISTIC EYE PROTECTION
      • BALLISTIC FACEGUARD
      • MARKET FOR PROTECTIVE HEAD GEAR (EXCLUDING SPORTS EQUIPMENT)
      • TABLE 32 VALUE OF HEAD PROTECTIVE GEAR, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • MANUFACTURERS OF HEAD PROTECTIVE PRODUCTS
    • BULLARD
    • EYE SAFETY SYSTEMS INC. (ESS)
    • FIRE-DEX LLC.
    • GENTEX CORP.
    • MSA SAFETY INC.
    • NEW PIG CORP.
    • OAKLEY INC.
    • REVISION EYEWEAR LTD.
    • WILEY X INC.
    • WORLDWIDE VISION TECHNOLOGIES LLC
    • OTHER MANUFACTURERS

CHAPTER 7 BALLISTIC BODY AND VEHICLE ARMOR

  • HISTORICAL EVOLUTION
  • BODY/BALLISTIC ARMOR
  • FIGURE 10 INTERCEPTER VEST AND CERAMIC PLATES 23
  • VALUE CHAIN
  • ENHANCED SMALL ARMS PROTECTIVE INSERT (ESAPI)
    • BALLISTIC IMPACT DETECTION SYSTEM
    • BALLISTIC ARMOR CONSTRUCTION
      • Which Fiber to Choose?
  • NONMILITARY USE OF BODY ARMOR
  • BALLISTIC BODY ARMOR STANDARDS
  • ASSEMBLY AND TESTING OF BODY ARMOR
  • TABLE 33 ESSENTIAL NIJ BODY ARMOR STANDARDS
    • ACQUISITION PROCESSES
  • CIVILIAN LAW ENFORCEMENT ARMOR
    • CIVILIAN ARMORED VEHICLES
  • MILITARY PROTECTIVE BODY AND VEHICLE ARMOR
    • CONSIDERATIONS IN MILITARY BODY ARMOR DESIGN
    • TABLE 34 CONSIDERATIONS FOR MILITARY BODY ARMOR DESIGN
    • PERSONAL ARMOR SYSTEM FOR GROUND TROOPS (PASGT)
    • RANGER BODY ARMOR
    • INTERCEPTOR BODY ARMOR SYSTEM
  • DESIGN CHANGES
    • ARMOR CHANGING MATERIALS
  • OTHERS
  • INTERCEPTOR BODY ARMOR SYSTEM
    • DESCRIPTION
    • IMPROVED INTERCEPTOR OUTER TACTICAL VEST (IOTV)
      • Problem Areas
  • VEHICLE ARMOR
  • FUTURE MATERIALS
  • MILITARY VEHICLES
    • FRAG KITS
    • STRYKER COMBAT VEHICLE
    • MINE-RESISTANT AMBUSH-PROTECTED (MRAP) VEHICLE
    • FIGURE 11 CAIMAN MRAP
    • FIGURE 12 MRAP-ATV VERSION
  • RHEOLOGICAL FLUIDS
  • MANUFACTURERS' MARKET SHARE FOR BODY ARMOR
  • TABLE 35 U.S. MARKET SHARE OF TECHNICAL FIBER MANUFACTURERS FOR BODY ARMOR BY COMPANY, 2013 (%)
  • CERAMIC MATERIALS
    • BORON CARBIDE
    • SILICON CARBIDE
  • METALS
    • ALUMINUM ALLOYS
    • STEEL
  • VALUE BALLISTIC BODY AND VEHICLE ARMOR
  • TABLE 36 U.S. MARKET FOR BALLISTIC BODY AND VEHICLE ARMOR, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)

LIST OF TABLES

  • SUMMARY TABLE U.S. ADVANCED PROTECTIVE GEAR AND ARMOR MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • 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 (LOI) OF SELECTED FIBERS
  • TABLE 8 OUTER SHELL POLYMER MATERIAL MARKET SHARE BY TYPE, 2013 (%)
  • TABLE 9 MARKET SHARE OF MOISTURE BARRIER MATERIALS BY TYPE, 2013 (%)
  • TABLE 10 MARKET SHARE FOR THERMAL BARRIER MATERIALS BY TYPE, 2013 (%)
  • TABLE 11 U.S. MARKET SHARE OF STRUCTURAL FIRE SERVICE GARMENT MANUFACTURERS, 2013 (%)
  • TABLE 12 VALUE OF U. S. FIRE PROTECTIVE GARMENT INDUSTRY BY TYPE, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 13 1OSHA REGULATIONS RELATIVE TO THE CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING INDUSTRY
  • TABLE 14 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SOURCES
  • TABLE 15 TYPES OF CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS
  • TABLE 16 KEY OCCUPATIONS NEEDING CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
  • TABLE 17 SELECTED MATERIALS FOR CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, BY BRAND
  • TABLE 18 OTHER CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
  • TABLE 19 POLYMER MATERIALS USED IN CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS
  • TABLE 20 U.S. VALUE OF CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 21 MARKET SHARE FOR U.S. CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GARMENTS BY COMPANY, 2013 (%)
  • TABLE 22 INFORMATION REQUIRED BY OSHA EVALUATION QUESTIONNAIRE
  • TABLE 23 NIOSH LOGIC FOR SELECTION OF PROPER RESPIRATOR
  • TABLE 24 ESTIMATED U.S. MARKET SHARES OF ATMOSPHERE SUPPLYING RESPIRATOR MANUFACTURERS, 2013 (%)
  • TABLE 25 TYPES OF RESPIRATOR FACEPIECES
  • TABLE 26 ESTIMATED U.S. MARKET SHARE FOR PROTECTIVE AIR PURIFYING RESPIRATORS, 2013 (%)
  • TABLE 27 PROJECTED VALUE OF U.S. RESPIRATOR MARKET BY TYPE, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 28 VOLTAGE PROTECTION FOR PROTECTIVE GLOVES
  • TABLE 29 CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL LISTED GLOVE MATERIALS
  • TABLE 30 VALUE OF U.S. PROTECTIVE GLOVES, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 31 CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL PROTECTIVE GLOVE MARKET LEADERS BY MARKET SHARE, 2013 (%)
  • TABLE 32 VALUE OF HEAD PROTECTIVE GEAR, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 33 ESSENTIAL NIJ BODY ARMOR STANDARDS
  • TABLE 34 CONSIDERATIONS FOR MILITARY BODY ARMOR DESIGN
  • TABLE 35 U.S. MARKET SHARE OF TECHNICAL FIBER MANUFACTURERS FOR BODY ARMOR BY COMPANY, 2013 (%)
  • TABLE 36 U.S. MARKET FOR BALLISTIC BODY AND VEHICLE ARMOR, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)

LIST OF FIGURES

  • SUMMARY FIGURE U.S. ADVANCED PROTECTIVE GEAR AND ARMOR MARKET, 2013-2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • FIGURE 1 WORLD TRADE CENTER 9/11
  • FIGURE 2 MILITARY UNIFORM OF ADVANCED FIBERS WITH GEAR
  • FIGURE 3 FIRE PROXIMITY SUIT
  • FIGURE 4 WILDLAND 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 OF 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
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