Market Research Report
Flame Retardant Chemicals - A Global Market Overview
|Published by||Industry Experts||Product code||927375|
|Published||Content info||338 Pages, 198 Charts
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|Flame Retardant Chemicals - A Global Market Overview|
|Published: March 4, 2020||Content info: 338 Pages, 198 Charts||
Epoxy resins and polyolefins form the two largest applications for flame retardant chemicals, and they will retain their leadership position over the analysis period with epoxy resins recording the fastest growth. While the global building & construction industry accounts for the largest share of flame retardants demand, the electrical & electronics sector, particularly in Asia, will emerge as the fastest growing. Asia-Pacific will retain its dominant position as the largest, as also the fastest growing, market for flame retardant chemicals. Bio-based and plant-based flame retardants are other areas where extensive research efforts are underway to introduce innovative solutions that offer renewability and sustainability.
Aluminum Hydroxide is the largest consumed product type with an estimated share of about 42% in 2019, which is anticipated to reach a projected US$5.4 billion by 2026. However, the global market for Phosphorus Compounds is likely to log the fastest 2019-2026 CAGR of 5.6% and reach a projected US$3.1 billion by 2026. The overall global Flame Retardant Chemicals market for 2020 is expected to reach 2.8 million metric tons.
The market for product types of Flame Retardant Chemicals analyzed in this study includes the following:
The report analyzes the market for the major applications of Flame Retardant Chemicals including:
Flame Retardant Chemicals' market in key end-use industries analyzed in this study comprises:
The report reviews, analyzes and projects the global Flame Retardant Chemicals market for the period 2017-2026 in terms of value in US$ and volume in Metric Tons (only by geographic region at global and major regions) the compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) projected from 2019 through 2026.