Showing posts from July, 2022

Oat Milk – A Healthy and Sustainable Dairy Milk Alternative

  The global oat milk market was valued at US$0.476 billion in 2020 and will increase to US$1.432 billion by 2027. Over the forecast period, this market is estimated to grow at a compound yearly growth rate of 17.04%. Cow milk has been a staple and integral part of the diet of many across the world. As a nutrient-dense food with proteins, carbohydrates, and vitamins, cow's milk is consumed as coffee, tea, or cereals. While it's favored by many, it's not without cons. It isn't well-received by others owing to high amounts of saturated fats, allergies, lactose intolerances, and personal preferences, among many others. According to the estimates mentioned by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, approximately 68 percent of the global population is estimated to be suffering from lactose malabsorption. Thus, among such people, plant-based milk has gained traction. Oats milk is one among them. Oat milk is a simple blend of oats, water, and

High-Temperature Composite Material – Delivering Results, Reliability, and Rock-Solid Dependability

A composite material is formed by two or more elements with significantly diverse chemical and physical properties that, when combined, provide a material with qualities distinct from the constituent elements. The melting temperature of high-temperature composite materials is usually specified by their maximum application temperature, which is heavily reliant on the applied stress level & corrosive environment resistance. Analysts anticipate that the market will grow due to the growing demand for high-temperature composites in various industries during the forecast period. Increasing applications in space exploration, production, defense, electronics, transportation, telecommunications, and medicine are driving up demand for  high-temperature composite materials . High-temperature composites are designed for a highly specific range of applications. These composite resins can withstand temperatures of up to 1600 degrees. Companies prefer polymer reinforced high-temperature composite