Polysulfone is a family member of thermoplastics polymer. These polymer is famous because of its toughness and stability at high temperature. Due to the high cost of processing and raw materials, Polysulfone are used in specialty applications and often are a bigger replacement for polycarbonates. Any polymer having a sulfonyl group could be called "polysulfone". The term "polysulfone" is usually used for polyarylethersulfones (PAES), since only aromatic polysulfones are used in a technical context. Moreover, since ether groups are constantly present in the industrially used polysulfones.
The special feature of these capacitor types is that a conductive polymer is used instead of a liquid electrolyte. Polysulfone capacitor have very good performance against bias effects of temperature and voltage. Furthermore, polysulfone capacitor have very good ageing features. In comparison to ceramic capacitors, polysulfone capacitors offer important advantages, especially their DC bias enactment. In addition, the use of polysulfone capacitor becomes exciting when increasing the capacitance while maintaining cost. The special design process can also be used to significantly reduce the parasitic effects (here especially the ESL). This means for applications the potential to handle high ripple current, high reliability, have low parasitic inductances and very good temperature properties.
The global polysulfone capacitor market is segmented on the basis of type, application and geographical region. On the basis of type, the polysulfone capacitor market is segmented into polysulfone (PSF, PSU), polyethersulfone (PES), Polyphenylsulfone (PPSU, PPSF). Polysulfones have good resistance to aqueous mineral acids, alkali and salt solutions, oils and greases. Their high biocompatibility and ability to be sterilized makes them highly fit for medical applications. Most grades can resist long term coverage to hot chlorinated water. Several positions have received approval for drinking water and food contact. By application, polysulfone capacitor market can be segmented into printer cartridges, internal components of coffee machines and battery containers, automotive, medical, and aerospace industries for applications where superior thermal and mechanical properties relative to conventional resins are required. By geographical region the global polysulfone capacitor market is split up into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa and South America. Asia Pacific is expected to have largest market share during estimated period and is expected to witness significant growth owing to the presence of large aerospace and automotive company in this region. The region, along with Europe, is one of the developers in adopting new technologies in automotive, which is also one of the key factors for the high CAGR in this region.
Acquisitions and Merger, new product introductions, investments, and corporations & developments are the key strategies adopted by market companies to ensure their growth in the polysulfone capacitor market. The key players are Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd (Japan), Arizona Capacitors, LLC (USA), AVX Corporation (USA), Cornell Dubilier Electronics, Inc. (USA), Electro Technik Industries, Inc (USA), Custom Electronics, Inc (USA), Hitachi AIC, Inc. (Japan), Nichicon Corporation (Japan), KEMET Corporation (US), and Many others are some major players in the polysulfone capacitor market.
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