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Tile Adhesive Market in industry & mfg sector is projected to have a high growth rate of 10%

Bharat Book Bureau Provides the Trending Market Research Report on “Global Tile Adhesive Market, Forecast to 2023” under Industry & Mfg category. The report provides information on industry overview, market size, latest developments, industry trends, Key Manufacturers, global presence, and their future prospects.

Tile Adhesives Market Research Report, By Product type (Latex mortar,acrylic-mixed mortar, Epoxy mortar) and By Application (Residential and non-residential) – Forecast To 2022

Market Synopsis of Tile Adhesives Market:

The global tile adhesives market has observed a noteworthy growth over the past decade due to its increasing demand from residential and non-residential properties. It has been projected that the global tile adhesives market will cross USD 4.5 billion by 2022 growing at a CAGR of approximately 10%. The rising demand of tile adhesives in residential properties has augmented its market across the globe and also there has been a boom in the housing residential construction projects in the major regions of North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific which is one of the major growing factors. Geographically, Asia-Pacific is anticipated to be the leading market followed by North America and Europe. APAC is considered as the fastest growing region where the market would be having ample of opportunities due to existing emerging economies and huge number of ongoing construction projects in China, India, Japan and Indonesia.

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Study Objectives of Tile Adhesives Market:

– To provide detailed analysis of the market structure along with forecast for the next 6 years of the various segments and sub-segments of the Tile adhesives market
– To provide insights about factors affecting the market growth
– To analyze the Tile adhesives market based on various factors- price analysis, supply chain analysis, porters five force analysis etc.
– To provide historical and forecast revenue of the market segments and sub-segments with respect to four main geographies and their countries- North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and RoW.
– To provide country level analysis of the market with respect to the current market size and future prospective
– To provide country level analysis of the market for segments by product types, applications and regions
– To provide overview of key players and their strategic profiling in the market, comprehensively analyzing their core competencies, and drawing a competitive landscape for the market
– To track and analyze competitive developments such as joint ventures, strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions, new product developments, and research and developments in the global market

Key Players for Tile Adhesives Market:
Some of the key players in this market are Ardex Group, Bostik, Terraco, Sika AG, H.B. Fuller, Pidilite Industries, Mapei S.P.A, Laticrete International, Saint-Gobain Weber, Fosroc and among others.

Target Audience

– Manufactures of end-use industry
– Raw material Suppliers
– Aftermarket suppliers
– Research Institute / Education Institute
– Potential Investors
– Key executive (CEO and COO) and strategy growth manager

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New INGENERIC microlens arrays offer significant advantages in optical applications

Micro-optics for beam shaping, collimation, and homogenization: Highest precision molding of high refractive index glass

New INGENERIC microlens arrays offer significant advantages in optical applications

Single-sided microlens array with 400 lens elements and square aperture, two-dimensional

INGENERIC premiers their new microlens arrays with high refractive index glass at this year’s „Laser – World of Photonics“. Manufactured in a precision glass molding process, they are characterized by high dimensional accuracy. INGENERIC develops customized arrays and brings them to commercial serial production.

At the trade fair, the company based in Aachen, Germany is presenting its new microlens arrays with up to 500 individual lenses and dimensions of up to 60 x 60 mm, for example for beam shaping and light homogenization.

INGENERIC works with precision molding techniques, which ensure that high refractive index glass takes on precisely the form of the molding tool. The molds manufactured by the company to sub-micron precision enable the arrays to be produced with exceptionally high accuracy and reproducibility. INGENERIC successfully manufactures arrays with minimal transition zones, highest filling factors and minimal pitch errors, even in large batches.

When it comes to designing micro-optics for special applications, the process offers significant degrees of freedom: Compared to the etching process, optics can be far more complex with a larger radius-to-aperture aspect ratio. Furthermore, the process excels with a relative radius tolerance better than 0.2 %, which is fully reproducible in serial production.

Dr. Stefan Hambücker, a Managing Director at INGENERIC, sees clear advantages for his customers: „As one of the very few European manufacturers involved in the development and manufacture of the new microlens arrays with high-refraction glass, we are not only opening up new markets to our customers. We also help them to improve their existing systems. They can improve the quality of their products while at the same time they meet the cost requirements of serial production.“

INGENERIC manufactures microlens arrays with aspherical or spherical lenses that are planoconvex, biconvex or convex-concave, and which have a circular or rectangular aperture measuring from 0.2 to 3.0 mm. They can have dimensions of up to 60 60 mm.

Beam-shaping lens beamPROP

Along with its standard portfolio, INGENERIC is also exhibiting its new beam-shaping optic beamPROP 200 at the fair. It is a key component for fiber coupling the laser light from diode bars and for dense wavelength beam combining. INGENERIC has now reduced the pitch from 500 and 400 to 200 μm, which expands its geometry spectrum for use with additional laser bars.

The beamPROP from INGENERIC enables customers to achieve significantly better and more reproducible results than with components manufactured in other ways. INGENERIC can leverage the expertise from its tried-and-tested production technologies for the manufacture of the new beamPROP; a precise and automated assembly technology is applied here.

The advantages of INGENERIC beam-shaping optics over other manufacturing processes include:
-Optimal use of the aperture due to the smallest possible transition zones and particularly high filling factors
-Minimal aberration due to manufacturing accuracy
-Precise beam rotation thanks to the high accuracy of the lens center thickness of +/- 6μm
-Minimal pointing errors due to the precise alignment of the front and back of the lenses

INGENERIC at the „Laser – World of Photonics“ in Munich,
June 26 – 29, 2017:
Hall B1, Booth 430

Background: Precision in detail

The array structures typically have dimensions in the sub-millimeter range, and the dimensional accuracy is sub-micron at less than 250 nm. This makes it possible to produce arrays with high filling factors and to make the best possible use of the optically effective surface area: INGENERIC reliably implements transition zones of less than 10 μm. The benefit to the user: Optimal beam shaping and high-efficiency transmission and coupling.

High-precision molding keeps the offset between the upper and lower sides of the array under 5 μm. In addition, there is very high pitch accuracy: INGENERIC reproduces the separation between the individual lens center points with an accuracy of better than 2 μm over a length of 25 mm, so there is no accumulation of errors across the width of the array.

For some micro-optics – particularly the two-sided structures – the exact adherence to the central thickness is vitally important, since they have a telescopic effect and the slightest deviations lead to aberrations. INGENERIC achieves accuracies close to +/-6 μm here.

Compared to conventional methods like fused silica etching, INGENERIC achieves a relative radius tolerance better than 0.2 percent, which in serial production is precisely reproducible from wafer to wafer.


Founded in 2001 in the university-city of Aachen, Germany, INGENERIC GmbH develops and manufactures high-precision micro-optic components for high-power applications, along with optical and laser systems including fiber couplers, homogenizers and collimation modules for science, medicine, and measurement technology.

Today, INGENERIC is one of the few manufacturers in Europe to develop and manufacture glass micro-optics for beam shaping in semiconductor diode lasers according to the individual specifications of its international customers. The company handles the entire process chain from the lens design and the development of prototypes through to the small-batch production and serial manufacture.

INGENERIC also produces high-power laser systems. For the HiLASE project, for example, INGENERIC supplied a number of high-energy lasers delivering 10 pulses per second with an energy of 100 Joules and a power output of 1kW.

Christina Ferwer
Dennewartstraße 25-27
52068 Aachen, Germany

Regina Reinhardt
Dennewartstraße 25-27
52068 Aachen, Germany