PTFE Capacitors: World Markets, Technologies & Opportunities: 2016-2021 ISBN # 0-929717-02-3 (2016HTPTFE)

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An Analysis of The Global Market For Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Capacitors; with additional market information on Polyimide (PI), PEEK and PPS films Used As Capacitor Dielectrics for Energy Storage in Harsh Aerospace Environments.

This study includes a complete analysis of the PTFE Capacitor supply chain, including feedstocks and engineered films; finished capacitors, and regional end-markets with forecasts based upon in-depth analysis of defense and commercial applications for exotic capacitors with forecasts to 2021.

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THE established dielectrics for high temperature capacitors (>175 Degrees C) are ceramic, tantalum, plastic film, mica, glass and diamond-like carbon capacitors; and the emerging dielectrics include silicon, solid aluminum electrolytic and aluminum oxynitride. This section of this report focuses on “plastic dielectric” capacitors for high temperature applications. The use of plastic film capacitors as specialty dielectrics for high temperature applications in space go back decades to the beginning of the space program in the United States. The primary reason customers like these designs are for their self- healing characteristics. But the reader should be aware that some engineers swear by PTFE and Polymide film capacitors for high temperature applications while others say they are overrated compared to ceramic and tantalum. Regardless, we have seen the market grow by some 25% in value since 2012 due to further investment by the aerospace industry. Teflon™® is a DuPont term that covers a wide variety of fluorocarbon polymers. PTFE has the lowest leakage and lowest dielectric absorption rate of almost all plastic films. PTFE has a very low dissipation factor along with being able to operate in a wide temperature range (can operate safely up to 250 °C for some time), low temperature drift and very good stability. PTFE is a good film capacitor for critical analog applications although it is very expensive as a dielectric. W.L. Gore produces a well known dielectric variation vased upon their interpretation of their ePTFE product line, which has also found use as an indispensible exchange membrane in EDLC supercapacitors. PTFE material is used in capacitors for specialty high heat applications in oilwell logging and in defense electronics applications, such as satellites, missile defense and aircraft skin electronics. The ability for this capacitor to operate at 200 degrees C with self-healing characteristics is unique. PTFE film capacitors are also used by audio professionals who find the filter quality unparalleled in the audio industry. PTFE boasts capacitors with the lowest loss solid dielectric. Operating temperatures up to 250°C, extremely high insulation resistance, and good stability. Used in stringent, mission-critical applications. PTFE film capacitors have a large physical size (due to low dielectric constant), and higher cost than other film capacitors. The capacitor is limited to a film/foil winding construction. The FEP type of Teflon® is most prevalent in high temperature capacitors and is a melt film product. Du Pont notes that PFA is also used in high temperature Teflon® film capacitor applications as a dielectric. This study also covers advances and the need for polymide capacitor film lknown as Kapton™®, which is the Du Pont Tradename for Polyimide film, which is a polymer of imide monomers. It has been in production since 1955. It is known for its thermal stability, good chemical resistance, excellent mechanical properties, and characteristic orange/yellow color. This material is also used in exotic capacitors consumed in extremely high heat and harsh environments, primarily for defense applications (space electronics). The volumes are low and once again, this material, like Teflon® is rare. Some in the industry describe it as a lower cost alternative to Teflon but without the brand awareness. Like Teflon®, the material is used in exotic capacitor applications requiring high heat withstand capabilities, usually in space and aircraft electronics applications where capacitors are subjected to extremely high temperatures at +200 degrees C. Kapton® is difficult to work with as a capacitor dielectric and manufacturing yield rates are very low. Still however, the Kapton® is preferred in environments where the capacitor will be subjected to the affects of corona (i.e. satellites). Kapton™® Polyimide capacitors have operating temperatures of up to 200°C, with high insulation resistance, good stability and low dissipation factor. However, the capacitors are also physically large, have a very high cost per unit, and are extremely difficult to manufacture given the difficulty of winding Kapton® into an anode. Other exotic films used for capacitors in space discussed in this report are PEEK which is a high performance thermoplastic with high temperature resistance, good chemical resistance and inherently low flammability and smoke emission. PEEK is pale amber in color and usually semi-crystalline and opaque, except thin films are usually amorphous and transparent. It also has very good resistance to wear, dynamic fatigue and radiation, but it is difficult to process and very expensive. At this writing we only know of some specialty tests done on PEEK to determine its performance in a high temperature capacitor. This study contains a complete assessment of the supply chain for PTFE and related exotic capacitors including feedstock sources, film extruders, film metallizers and capacitor manufacturers who specialize in nice capacitor production for value-added and application specific end-use market segments. This is Paumanok specialty market report covering PTFE capacitors and their supply chain, with a forecast for these products with respect to end-markets due to expected changes in the commercialization of space. See Table of Contents for More Details. Published December 2016, 96 Pages, 21 Tables, Price: $1800.00 USD for Single User License PTFE Capacitors: World Markets, Technologies & Opportunities: 2016-2021 ISBN # 0-929717-02-3 (2016HTPTFE)
Table of Contents Table of Contents: PTFE CAPACITORS: 1 WORLD MARKETS, TECHNOLOGIES & OPPORTUNITIES: 2016-2021 1 Table of Contents: 4 List of Figures: 9 ABOUT THE AUTHOR 10 1.0 INTRODUCTION: 11 1.1 Introduction: Historical Perspective on This Unique Market Segment: 11 1.2 About this report 11 1.3 SCOPE OF REPORT COVERAGE: 12 1.4 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY EMPLOYED: 12 1.5 THE PAUMANOK RESEARCH METHODOLOGY: 28 YEARS STUDYING PASSIVE CAPACITOR MARKETS 13 1.5.1 Government Data Collection and Resources: 14 1.5.2 Secondary Published Sources: 14 1.5.3 Primary Intelligence Gathering: 14 1.6 Capacitors and Their Respective Sub-Categories: FY 2016 15 1.7 THE PASSIVE CAPACITOR SUPPLY CHAIN: 16 1.7.1 Feedstock Materials: 17 1.7.2 Raw Materials Processing: 17 1.7.3 Capacitor Manufacturing: 17 Exotic film capacitor production requires basically winding techniques, but the film is unforgiving and difficult to wind. 18 1.7.4 Capacitor Distribution: 18 1.7.5 End-Market Consumption: 18 1.7.6 Recycling of Critical Materials: 19 1.8 THE TECHNICAL ECONOMIC MAXIMS ASSOCIATED WITH PASSIVE ELECTRONIC CAPACITORS: 20 1.9 THE TWO TECHNICAL ECONOMIC MAXIMS ASSOCIATED WITH PASSIVE ELECTRONIC CAPACITORS: 21 1.10 Ubiquitous Nature of Passive Electronic Capacitors In Electrical and Electronic Circuits: 21 1.11 Relationship Between Performance and Available Surface Area: 21 1.12 FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS WITH RESPECT TO THIS REPORT: 22 1.12.1 Fiscal Year Reporting 22 1.12.2 Currency Translation 22 1.12.3 Please Read This First: Impact of Yen Depreciation on Revenues: FY 2016- FY 2017 22 1.12.4 Volume, Value and Pricing Data: 23 1.12.5 Forecasting Methodology: Fundamental Aspects of the 20 Year Growth Cycle In Passive Capacitors: 23 1.13 DC FILM CAPACITOR TYPES & DEFINITIONS: 24 1.13.1 General Purpose PET Film Capacitors (P5 Inductive) 24 1.13.2 Interference Suppression Capacitors (X/Y) 26 1.13.3 AC & Pulse Film Capacitors 27 1.13.3 SMD Film Chip: 29 2.0 PTFE CAPACITOR MARKETS: 2016-2021 OUTLOOK 31 2.1 TEFLON™® AND KAPTON™® BRAND WORLD MARKETS, TECHNOLOGIES OPPORTUNITIES: 2016-2021 31 2.2 PTFE, Polymide and Competing Exotic Film Dielectrics. 31 2.2.1 Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Capacitors: 31 2.2.2 Polyimide (PI) Capacitors: 32 2.2.3 Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) Capacitors: 32 2.2.4 Fluorene Polyester (FPE) Film Capacitors: 33 2.2.5 P(TFE-co-VDF) copolymer: 33 2.2.6 Polyetherimide (PEI) Capacitors; 33 2.2.7 Notes on PPS and PEN Films: 34 2.3 Teflon™ and Kapton™ Brand Plastic Film Capacitors: Global Markets: FY 2016 34 2.4 Unique Problems: Casting and Metallizing Exotic Plastic Films: 2016 36 2.5 Technology Threat: Ceramics: 2016 36 2.6 Creating Exotic Supply Chain Transparency: 2016 36 2.7 PTFE and PI: Voltage Range at High Temperature: 2016 38 2.8 PTFE and PI: Capacitance Value in Microfarads at High Temperature: 2016 38 2.9 PTFE AND PI CAPACITORS: END-USE MARKETS: 38 2.9 Teflon™® and Kapton™® Capacitor Markets By End-Use Market Segment: 2016: 40 2.9.1 High Temperature Defense & Aerospace Electronics: 40 2.9.2 High Temperature Oil, Gas & Geothermal Electronics: 41 2.9.3 High Temperature Specialty Industrial Electronics: 42 2.9.4 Peripheral Market Opportunities: 43 2.9.4 (A) Audio Filtering (High End Audio Aftermarket): 43 2.9.4 (B) Xenon Headlamps (Automotive OEM): 43 2.9.4 (C ) 175 Degree Prototype For UTH Applications (Automotive Racing Circuit): 43 2.9.5 Global Market Value and Volume for PTFE and PI Film Capacitors By End-Use Market Segment (175 Degrees C to 350+ Degrees C) and World Region, To Include North America, South America, Europe and Asia-Pacific: 2016 45 2.9.6 PTFE and PI Capacitor Vendors By Dielectric: 2016 46 2.9.7 PTFE and PI Wound Capacitor Vendor Product Comparison: 2016 48 2.9.9: VENDORS: 48 2.9.9 PTFE AND PI Capacitor Manufacturers and Their Product Lines: 2016 48 (A) American Capacitor Corporation: Teflon® and Kapton® Film Capacitors 48 (B) Arizona Capacitors, Inc. (Electrotechnik): Custom Teflon® Capacitors 49 (C ) Condenser Products, Inc. (A Custom Capacitors Subsidiary): Teflon® Capacitors 49 (D) Dearborn Electronics, Inc. (An Exellia Company): FPE Film Capacitors 49 (E) Eurofarad (An Exelia Company): Teflon® Capacitors 49 (F) Custom Electronics, Inc. Teflon® Capacitors 50 (G) Electronic Concepts, Inc. Teflon ® Capacitors 50 (H) Polyflon Company
(A Crane Company): Teflon® Capacitors 50 (I) Société des Condensateurs (SCR): Teflon® Capacitors 50 2.10 Global Vendors of PTFE and PI Capacitors: FY 2016 Estimated Sales Value and Market Shares. 51 3.0 PTFE and PI Plastic Film Dielectric Supply Chain: 2016 53 3.1 Supply Chain Risks and Assessment- Plastic Film Material Types are Used In High Temperature Film Capacitors > 175 Degrees C 53 3.1.1 Performance Criteria of Polymide and PTFE Films 53 3.1.1 Polymide Film: 54 3.1.2 PTFE Film: 54 3.2 PTFE AND PI FEEDSTOCK AND RESIN: 54 3.2.1 Global Vendors of Plastic Resins Consumed in The Production of High Temperature (150 Degrees C to 300+ Degrees C) Metallized Dielectric Films By Type: 2016 54 (A) E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company 55 (B) Daikin Industries Japan 56 (C) Asahi Glass (AGC Chemical) 56 (D) Victrex PLC 57 (E) SABIC (Saudi Basic Industries Corp.) 57 3.3 EXTRUDED PTFE AND PI DIELECTIC FILM 57 3.3.1 Global Vendors of Extruded Film and Metallized Plastic Dielectric Film Consumed in The Production of High Temperature (150 Degrees C to 300+ Degrees C) Capacitors By Type: FY 2016 57 3.4 Global Vendors of Extruded and Metallized Plastic Dielectric Film For The High Temperature (175 Degree to 300 Degree C) Capacitor Industry 58 (A) Steinerfilm GmbH 58 (B) E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (CHEMOURS) 59 (C ) CS Hyde Company 59 (D) Polyflon Technology Company Limited 59 (E) Cixi Rylion PTFE Co. Ltd. China 59 (F) Jiangsu Xinrui Plastic Technology Co. 60 (G) Victrex PLC 60 (H) Dr. D. Mueller GmbH 60 (I) Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics (Norton) 60 3.5 PTFE AND PI METALLIZERS 60 3.5.1 Global METALLIZERS of High Temperature Plastic Film: 60 3.5.1 (A) Global Metallizers of High Temperature Film For The Capacitor Industry: 2016 61 (A) Steinerfilm GmbH 61 (B) Birkelbach GmbH 61 (C ) Winter-Wolf International, Inc. 62 (D) Dunmore Corporation 62 3.6 Research and Development in High Temperature Plastic Film Capacitors: 2016 62 3.7 Historical Attempts and High Temperature Plastic Film Development: 1995-2016 (PB, PBT and BB Films) 63 3.8 FPE Film Development: 63 3.9 As a Separator Material for EDLC Supercapacitors: 64 4.0 FORECASTS: 2016-2021 64 4.1 What are the Growth Trends? 64 4.1.1 Executive Order on Space Weather Preparedness: 65 4.1.2 Satellite Telecommunications Changing The Rural and Aerospace World: 65 4.1.3 Smallsats and Disaggregated Architectures: 66 4.1.4 USDOD At Space Crossroads: 66 4.1.5 Launch Vehicle Outlook: 66 4.2 High Temperature (>175 Degrees C) Film Capacitor Manufacturers and Their Product Lines: 2016 66 (A) American Capacitor Corporation: Teflon® and Kapton® Film Capacitors 66 (B) Arizona Capacitors, Inc. (Electrotechnik): Custom Teflon® Capacitors 67 (C ) Dearborn Electronics, Inc. (An Exellia Company): FPE Film Capacitors 67 (D) Custom Electronics, Inc. Teflon® Capacitors 67 (E) Electronic Concepts, Inc. Teflon ® Capacitors 67 (F) Polyflon Company
(A Crane Company) PTFE Teflon® Capacitors 68 4.3 Plastic Film Capacitors: Trends in R&D Related to High Temperature Operation: 68 4.4 Could PEN Film Capacitors Be The Choice for Future Auto Engineers? 69 4.5 FORECAST: Global Market Value and Volume for PTFE and PI Plastic Film Capacitors By End-Use Market Segment (175 Degrees C to 300+ Degrees C): Forecasted Market Growth: 2016-2021 69 4.6 HT PTFE and PI 175 Degrees C+: Global Market Outlook: 2016-2021 70 4.7 HT PTFE and PI Capacitors 175 Degrees C+: Global Market Outlook by End-Use Market Segment: 2016-2021 71 4.8 Forecast: Demand For PTFE and PI Film Capacitors By World Region: 2016-2021 73 5.0 PTFE CAPACITORS: COMPLETE SUPPLY CHAIN: 2016 74 5.1 ACC (PTFE AND PI CAPACITORS) 74 5.2 ARIZONA CAPACITOR (PTFE CAPACITORS) 75 5.3 ASAHI GLASS/AMENITECH (PTFE FEEDSTOCKS) 76 5.4 BIRKELBACH KONDENSATORTECHNIK GMBH (EXOTIC CAPACITOR FILMS) 76 5.5 CIXI RYLION PTFE CO.,LTD (PTFE FILM) 77 5.6 CS HYDE & COMPANY (PTFE AND PI FILMS) 78 5.7 CUSTOM ELECTRONICS (PTFE CAPACITORS) 78 5.8 DAIKIN INDUSTRIES, LTD. FLOUROCHEMICALS (PTFE FEEDSTOCKS) 79 5.9 DEARBORN ELECTRONICS 80 5.10 DR. DIETRICH MUELLER GMBH (PTFE AND PEI FILMS) 81 5.11 E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY (NOW CHEMOURS TEFLON®) 81 5.12 DUNMORE CORPORATION (KAPTON FILM METALLIZER) 83 5.13 ELECTRONIC CONCEPTS (CAPACITORS) 83 5.14 EUROFARAD (CAPACITORS) 84 5.15 EXXELIA (CAPACITORS) 85 5.16 JIANGSU XINRUI PLASTIC TECHNOLOGY CO (PTFE FILM) 86 5.17 POLYFLON (PTFE FILM) 86 5.18 SABIC (PEI AND PEEK FILMS) 87 5.19 SAINT-GOBAIN NORTH AMERICA (NORTON) (POLYAMIDE FILM) 87 5.20 STEINER GMBH & CO KG (EXOTIC CAPACITOR FILMS) 88 5.21 VIXTREX (PEEK FILM) 92 5.22 WINTER-WOLFF INTERNATIONAL, INC. (EXOTIC FILMS) 93 List of Figures: FIGURE 1: PAUMANOK RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 13 FIGURE 2: FIXED CAPACITOR MARKET BREAKDOWN BY SUB-CATEGORY: FY 2016 15 FIGURE 3: THE PASSIVE ELECTRONIC CAPACITOR SUPPLY CHAIN 16 FIGURE 4: THE TECHNICAL ECONOMIC MAXIMS ASSOCIATED WITH PASSIVE ELECTRONIC CAPACITORS 20 FIGURE 5: CURRENCY TRANSLATIONS USED IN THIS REPORT: 2013-2016 BY QUARTER 23 FIGURE 1: HIGH TEMPERATURE PLASTIC FILM CAPACITORS (>175 DEGREES C): GROWTH FORECASTS: 2016-2021 37 FIGURE 2: APPLICATIONS FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE CAPACITORS >175 DEGREES C 39 FIGURE 3: GLOBAL MARKETS FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE FILM CAPACITORS (175 DEGREES TO 300+ DEGREES C) BY END-USE MARKET SEGMENT: 2014 ESTIMATES 44 FIGURE 4: GLOBAL MARKETS FOR PTFE AND PI FILM CAPACITORS (150 DEGREES TO 300+ DEGREES C) BY WORLD REGION: 2016 ESTIMATES 46 FIGURE 5: GLOBAL VENDORS OF PTFE AND PI FILM CAPACITORS BY DIELECTRIC: 2016 47 FIGURE 6: HIGH TEMPERATURE PLASTIC FILM CAPACITOR VENDORS BY SERIES: 2016 48 FIGURE 7: PTFE AND PI CAPACITORS (150 DEGREES C TO 300 DEGREES C) 2016 ESTIMATES OF GLOBAL MARKET SHARES 52 FIGURE 8: PERFORMANCE CRITERIA OF POLYMIDE AND PTFE FILMS 53 FIGURE 9: COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT IN HIGH TEMPERATURE DIELECTRIC RESINS FOR THE CAPACITOR INDUSTRY: 2016 55 FIGURE 10: GLOBAL VENDORS OF EXTRUDED AND METALLIZED PLASTIC DIELECTRIC FILM FOR THE HIGH TEMPERATURE (175 DEGREE TO 300 DEGREE C) CAPACITOR INDUSTRY 58 FIGURE 11: GLOBAL METALLIZERS OF HIGH TEMPERATURE FILM FOR THE CAPACITOR INDUSTRY: 2016 61 FIGURE 12: HIGH TEMPERATURE PLASTIC FILM CAPACITORS 175 DEGREES C: GLOBAL MARKET OUTLOOK: 2016-2021 70 FIGURE 13: HIGH TEMPERATURE PLASTIC FILM CAPACITORS: WORLD MARKET FORECASTS BY END-USE MARKET SEGMENT: 2016-2021 72 FIGURE 14: HIGH TEMPERATURE PLASTIC FILM CAPACITORS: DEMAND BY WORLD REGION: 2016-2021 73