Global Ceramic Fiber Market (2021-2026)


DUBLIN, September 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The “Global Ceramic Fiber Market by Type (RCF, AES Wool), Product Form (Blanket, Modulus, Cardboard, Paper), End Use Industry (Refining & Petrochemicals, Metals, Power Generation) and Region (APAC) , Europe, North America, AEM, South America) – Forecast until 2026 “ report was added to offer.

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The ceramic fiber market is expected to reach $ 3.3 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 9.9% of $ 2.1 billion in 2021. The growth of the ceramic fiber market is mainly driven by its increasing use in the refining, petrochemical and power generation sectors.

The major constraint for the market will be the strict regulations relating to the use of carcinogenic materials. Harmful and harmful effects on the environment and human health are a major concern around the world. The use of these toxic substances has therefore been restricted or prohibited in many applications, thus limiting the growth of the market. However, the growing demand for high temperature insulation in developed regions will provide an opportunity for the market.

RCF is the biggest type for ceramic fiber market in 2020

Construction activities on the rise; strong output of the iron and steel and aluminum industries; the growing demand for flexible, durable and lightweight materials; Rising standard of living and high per capita spending are boosting the RCF market in this region. Due to the carcinogenic nature of RCF and the introduction of several regulations on the use of RCF, companies now manufacture and use AES wool as a replacement for RCF.

Blanket is estimated to be the largest form of product in the ceramic fiber market between 2021 and 2026

Blanket is the most well-known form of ceramic fiber product due to its versatility in design and performance. The blankets segment accounted for the largest share of the overall market, in terms of value, in 2020. The huge demand in this segment is due to the strong demand for insulating materials in the shipping, metal, construction industries. automobile and space.

Refining and petrochemicals estimated to be the largest end-use industry in the ceramic fiber market between 2021 and 2026

The refining and petrochemical industry held the highest market share and is expected to grow at the highest rate during the forecast period, mainly due to its heavy use in furnaces and boilers for the refining of the production of crude and petrochemicals. The growing need to reduce operating costs, increase reliability and reduce energy consumption in linings, roofs and furnace walls is fueling the demand for ceramic fiber in the refining and refining industry. petrochemicals.

APAC is expected to be the largest ceramic fiber market during the forecast period, in terms of value

Dominance is expected to continue over the forecast period due to intensive R&D, increased infrastructure development activities, and growing awareness among regulatory bodies, such as EPA and REACH, of the protection of the environment. Intensive R&D activities are undertaken in countries such as China and India.

In addition, the increase in construction activities to meet the growing population and the high demand for lightweight and low cost substitutes are fueling the growth of ceramic fiber market in the region.

In the process of determining and verifying the market size for several segments and sub-segments identified by secondary research, in-depth primary interviews were conducted.

Main topics covered:

1. Introduction

2 Research methodology

3 Executive summary

4 premium information

5 Market overview
5.1 Presentation
5.2 Market dynamics
5.2.1 Drivers Growing demand for ceramic fiber insulation from high temperature applications Increased thermal efficiency compared to substitutes Rapid urbanization and infrastructural developments
5.2.2 Constraints Strict regulations regarding the use of carcinogenic materials and the issue of durability Strict regulations on conventional insulation products
5.2.3 Opportunities Growing Demand for Various Applications in Aerospace and Alternative Energy Industries Increase capacity extensions and joint venture activities in high growth markets
5.2.4 Challenges Changes in the steel industry China Delayed and increased sea freight affecting imports of ceramic fibers
5.3 Porter’s five forces analysis
5.4 Macroeconomic indicators
5.4.1 GDP trends and forecasts for major economies
5.4.2 Oil and gas industry
5.5 Impact of COVID-19
5.5.1 Presentation
5.5.2 COVID-19 Health Assessment
5.5.3 COVID-19 Economic Assessment Impact of COVID-19 on the economy – Scenario assessment
5.6 Impact of COVID-19: Customer analysis

6 industry trends
6.1 Supply chain analysis
6.1.1 Raw material
6.1.2 Manufacturing
6.1.3 Distribution
6.1.4 End-use industries
6.2 Ceramic fiber market: realistic, pessimistic, optimistic and non-COVID-19 scenarios
6.2.1 Non-COVID-19 scenario
6.2.2 Optimistic scenario
6.2.3 Pessimistic scenario
6.2.4 Realistic scenario
6.3 Trends / disruptions affecting customer activities
6.3.1 Revenue and revenue pockets for ceramic fiber
6.4 Connected markets: ecosystem
6.5 Technology analysis
6.6 Analysis of the case studies
6.6.1 Rolls Royce, Howmet Georgetown Casting, Airex and Halliburton Case Study
6.6.2 Inverter Damper Insulation for Esscano Power by Morgan Advanced Materials
6.7 Trade data statistics
6.7.1 Ceramic fiber import scenario
6.7.2 Ceramic Fiber Export Scenario
6.8 Average selling price
6.9 Regulatory landscape
6.9.1 Ceramic fiber regulations
6.10 Patent analysis
6.10.1 Approach
6.10.2 Document type
6.10.3 Jurisdictional analysis
6.10.4 Main candidates

7 Ceramic Fiber Market, by Type
7.1 Presentation
7.2 Refractory ceramic fiber (RCF)
7.2.1 Wide use of RCF in APAC countries to stimulate the market
7.3 Alkaline earth silicate (AES) wool
7.3.1 Strict regulations to stimulate the market
7.4 Others

8 Ceramic Fiber Market, by Product Form
8.1 Presentation
8.2 Coverage
8.2.1 Growing Demand from Metallurgy and Automotive Sectors to Drive the Market
8.3 Module
8.3.1 Upcoming projects in steel and petrochemical sectors to drive the market
8.4 Advice
8.4.1 Increased use of ceramic fiber in insulation boards to drive the market
8.5 Paper
8.5.1 Intensive R&D and easy availability of raw materials in APAC region to stimulate the market
8.6 Others

9 Ceramic Fiber Market, by End-Use Industry
9.1 Presentation
9.2 Refining and petrochemicals
9.2.1 Strong demand for ceramic fiber under high temperature manufacturing conditions of petrochemical industry
9.3 Metals
9.3.1 Dominance of China and other Southeast Asian countries to boost the metals segment
9.4 Electricity generation
9.4.1 Growing Use of Ceramic Fibers in Alternative Energy Systems to Drive Segment
9.5 Others

10 Ceramic Fibers Market, by Region

11 Competitive landscape
11.1 Presentation
11.2 Strategies of key players
11.2.1 Overview of Strategies Adopted by Major Ceramic Fiber Manufacturers
11.3 Market share analysis
11.3.1 Ranking of Major Market Players, 2020
11.3.2 Market share of major players Unifrax I SARL Morgan Advanced Materials plc Luyang Energy-Saving Materials Co. Ltd. Ibiden Co. Ltd. Nutec Fibratec
11.3.3 Top 5 Players Revenue Analysis
11.4 Analysis of the company’s product footprint
11.5 Company valuation quadrant
11.5.1 Terminology / Nomenclature Stars Emerging leaders
11.6 Start-up / SME evaluation quadrant
11.6.1 Responsive companies
11.6.2 Dynamic businesses
11.6.3 Starting blocks
11.7 Competitive situations and trends
11.7.1 Product launches
11.7.2 Offers

12 company profiles
12.1 Major players
12.1.1 Morgan Advanced Materials Plc
12.1.2 Unifrax I SARL
12.1.3 Luyang Energy Savings Material Co., Ltd.
12.1.4 Ibiden Co., Ltd.
12.1.5 Harbisonwalker International Inc.
12.1.6 Isolite Insulation Product Co. Ltd.
12.1.7 Nutec Fibratec
12.1.8 Yeso Insulator Product Co., Ltd
12.1.9 Rath Group
12.1.10 Fibrecast Inc.
12.1.11 Double egret thermal insulation
12.2 Startup / SME players
12.2.1 Promat
12.2.2 Pyrotek Inc.
12.2.3 Ceramsource inc.
12.2.4 Adl Insulflex Inc.
12.2.5 Lewco Specialty Products, Inc.
12.2.6 3M
12.2.7 million.E. Schupp Industrial Ceramics GmbH
12.2.8 Mineral Seal Corporation
12.2.9 General Insulation Company, Inc.
12.2.10 Great Lakes Textiles
12.2.11 Shree Ceramic Fiber Private Limited
12.2.12 BASF SE
12.2.13 Thermalmax inc.
12.2.14 NGP Industries Limited

13 adjacent and related markets

14 Annex

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