The global one-component polyurethane foam market is projected to showcase strong growth in the coming years on account of the increasing demand for insulation materials for doors, ceilings, walls, pipes, and windows in the building and construction industry.
Valued at $52.3 billion in 2017, the global insulation market is expected to reach $101.3 billion by 2025, demonstrating a CAGR of 8.6% between 2018 and 2025.
The global medical foam market has been witnessing strong growth, owing to the growing demand for medical foam, worldwide. The key factors likely to increase the demand for medical foam are rising healthcare expenditure by different countries across the globe and their contribution to the overall GDP, shift toward technologically-advanced products, and increasing aging population. Additionally, growing shift toward advanced wound care products, and
The global engineered foam market growth is accredited to the application of high-power engines with high calorific value fuels for better combustion. High transition coupled with shorter product life cycles in end-use industries is expected to drive the global engineered foam market toward intensified growth. Additionally, increase in the number of developments in construction, sports and leisure and automotive industries is expected to enhance the global
Foam blowing agents refers to the additives that produce cellular structure in the substrate through foaming process. The foam blowing agents market in North America is expected to grow, due to large base of end-user industries for polymer foams and high demand of blowing agents in the manufacturing of PU foam. The global warming and ozone layer depletion are the major environmental challenges across the globe. The U.S. government is framing
Foam blowing agents refer to substances, which produce cellular structure through foaming process and increase thermal and acoustic insulation, and flexibility of final product. Foam blowing agents are used as additives in the manufacturing of foam and are injected through high pressure injection into the substrate, when they are in liquid state. These agents then create holes and