Global Flame Retardant Chemicals Market and Technology Report 2022-2027 with Profiles of Israel Chemicals, Arkema, Solvay Group and Apexical

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Global Flame Retardant Chemicals Market

Global Flame Retardant Chemicals Market

Global Flame Retardant Chemicals Market

Dublin, Nov. 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Flame Retardant Chemicals: Technologies and Global Markets” report has been added to from offer.

This study is an in-depth assessment of flame retardant chemicals by type and by end-use application between the years 2021 and 2027.

This report deals with flame retardant chemical additives, not products such as Nafion which are inherently flame retardant.

The forecast will cover global demand and will be broken down by chemical type and application. Because electronics are so widely used in the world today and are housed most often in plastics, this segment will be given prominence.

The report includes

  • Global and regional market trend analyses, with historic market revenue for 2021, estimates for 2022, and compound annual growth rate (CAGR) projections to 2027

  • Actual market size estimation and forecast of the global flame retardant chemicals market by value and volume, and analysis of their corresponding market share based on product (chemical) type, end-use application and the region

  • Identification of key market drivers and restraints that will shape the industry of these materials as a basis for projecting demand over the next five years (2022-2027)

  • Emphasis on environmental, social and governmental regulations and standards, the players offering these products and services, and the flame retardant chemicals market outlook within the industry

  • Updated information on the patents and intellectual property landscape of flame retardant chemicals

  • Identification of key stakeholders and analysis of the competitive landscape based on recent developments and industry revenue

  • Descriptive company profiles of major global players including Israel Chemicals Ltd., Arkema SA, Solvay Group and Apexical Inc.

Main topics covered:

Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Aims and objectives of the study
1.2 Reasons for doing this study
1.3 What’s new in this update
1.4 Scope of the report
1.5 Sources of information
1.6 Methodology
1.7 Geographical distribution
1.8 Analyst Skills
1.9 Related Research Reports

Chapter 2 Summary and Highlights

Chapter 3 Market and Technology Background
3.1 Significance of the industry
3.2 Basics of fireproofing
3.3 Terminology
3.4 Mechanisms of combustion
3.5 Flame retardant concepts
3.5.1 Physical dilution
3.5.2 Chemical interferences
3.5.3 Dilution with inert gas
3.5.4 Heat quenching
3.5.5 Protective coatings
3.5.6 Generally accepted mechanisms of flame retardant control
3.6 Types of flame retardants
3.6.1 Additive flame retardants
3.6.2 Reactive flame retardants
3.6.3 Synergistic flame retardants
3.7 Diversity of flame retardants
3.8 Combined Classification System for Flame Retardant Chemicals
3.9 Tests
3.9.1 Objectives of the test
3.9.2 Types of tests
3.10 Industry environment
3.11 the negative view of flame retardant chemicals
3.12 US regulations restricting the use of certain flame retardants
3.12.1 EPA guidelines
3.12.2 Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
3.12.3 US Laws
3.12.4 State laws
3.13 European restrictions on flame retardants
3.13.1 Weee and Rohs
3.13.2 Scope
3.13.3 Pops
3.14 Global regulations on the use of flame retardants
3.14.1 Asian regulations
3.15 Important Organizations Regulating Fire Fighting
3.15.1 National Institute of Standards and Technology (Nist)
3.15.2 International Code Council (Icc) and International Building Code (Ibc)
3.15.3 United States Federal Aviation Regulations
3.15.4 Upholstery Regulations
3.15.5 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (Niosh)
3.15.6 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Osha)
3.15.7 Role of non-federal agencies
3.15.8 Other organizations of interest
3.16 Major Consumption Industries
3.17 Major Producers of Flame Retardant Chemicals

Chapter 4 Market Trends
4.1 Classification of flame retardant materials
4.2 Polymer materials used in flame retardants
4.3 Flame Retardant Chemicals Market Properties
4.4 Flame Retardant Chemicals Market Drivers and Challenges
4.5 Drivers
4.6 Challenges
4.7 Impact of Covid-19
4.8 Impact of the Russia–Ukraine War

Chapter 5 Market Split by Type of Flame Retardant Chemical
5.1 Flame Retardant Chemicals
5.2 Aluminum trihydrate
5.2.1 Sources of bauxite/aluminum trihydrate
5.2.2 Grades of aluminum trihydrate
5.2.3 Aluminum Trihydrate Flame Retardants Market
5.3 Antimony oxide
5.3.1 Sources of antimony oxide
5.4 Bromine compounds
5.4.1 Types of bromine-based flame retardants
5.4.2 Bromine-Based Flame Retardants Market
5.5 Chlorine-based flame retardant compounds
5.5.1 Chlorine-based flame retardant properties
5.5.2 Sources of chlorine
5.5.3 Chlorine-based flame retardant types
5.5.4 Dechlorane Plus
5.5.5 Chlorine-Based Flame Retardants Market
5.6 Magnesium hydroxide
5.6.1 Properties of magnesium hydroxide
5.6.2 Sources of magnesium hydroxide
5.6.3 Magnesium hydroxide grades
5.6.4 Magnesium Hydroxide as Flame Retardant Market
5.7 Melamine-based flame retardants
5.7.1 Melamine counterparts
5.7.2 Melamine Fire Retardant Market
5.8 Phosphorus flame retardants
5.8.1 Phosphate
5.8.2 Phosphonates and Phosphinates
5.8.3 Red phosphorus
5.8.4 Ammonium polyphosphate
5.8.5 Phosphorus-based Flame Retardants Market
5.9 Other flame retardants
5.9.1 Boron-based flame retardants
5.9.2 Molybdenum based flame retardants
5.9.3 Nanocomposite flame retardant chemicals
5.9.4 In situ polymerization
5.9.5 Graphite flame retardant chemicals
5.9.6 Dust-free durable polymer fire retardant systems
5.9.7 Other Flame Retardant Chemicals Market

Chapter 6 Market Split by Application
6.1 Flame retardants and flame retardants
6.2 Plastics
6.2.1 Flame retardant methods used for plastics
6.2.2 Flame retardants used in plastics
6.2.3 Flame Retardant Chemicals in Plastics Forecast
6.3 Textiles
6.3.1 Textile classifications
6.3.2 Types of textiles
6.3.3 Flame Retardant Chemicals Used in Global Textiles Market
6.4 Wood/Paper
6.4.1 Global Flame Retardant Chemicals in Wood/Paper Market
6.5 Coatings/Paints
6.5.1 Flame Retardant Chemicals in Coatings/Paints Market
6.6 Coatings/Construction
6.6.1 Global Flame Retardant Chemicals in Coatings/Construction Market
6.7 Coatings for decorations
6.7.1 Flame Retardant Chemicals in Coatings for Decorations Market

Chapter 7 Patent Examination/New Developments
7.1 Patent activity
7.2 Other recent developments
7.2.1 Basf and Thor GmbH
7.2.2 Lg Chem Fr Plastics
7.2.3 Imerys Imershield
7.2.4 Samyang T-Fr Pc
7.2.5 Huber acquires Magnifin
7.2.6 Dow Polyfr
7.2.7 Lanxess
7.2.8 Albemarle
7.2.9 Cl
7.2.10 Basf
7.2.11 Flame retardant gels
7.2.12 Carbon nanotubes (Cnts)
7.2.13 Nanocoating composed of positively charged chitosan (Ch) and anionic poly (sodium salt of vinylsulfonic acid)
7.2.14 Clay, crab shells and DNA-based “green” flame retardants
7.2.15 Bio-inspired coatings on flexible polyurethane foam
7.2.16 Marine bacteria produce flame retardants
7.2.17 Basf Ultramid A3U42G6 Halogen-free flame retardant
7.2.18 Sony launches outbound sales of Sorplas flame retardant recycled plastic material
7.2.19 Researchers Create Dairy-Based Flame Retardant
7.2.20 US Navy introduction of flame retardant uniforms
7.2.21 Non-toxic synthetic polydopamine flame retardant
7.2.22 Graphene fire retardant
7.2.23 New Fire Resistant Coating to Prevent Failures in Steel Building Fires

Chapter 8 Company Profiles

8.1 The three main first-tier companies

  • Albemarle Corp.

  • Israel Chemicals Ltd.

  • Lanxess AG

  • Tier 2 companies

  • Akzo Nobel SA

  • Arkema S.A.

  • Basf

  • Clariant Specialty Chemicals

  • Daihachi Chemical Industry Co.Ltd.

  • Dover Chemical Corp.

  • Huber Engineered Materials

  • Imerys

  • Kyowa Chemical Industry Co. Ltd.

  • Nyacol Nano Technologies Inc.

  • Sherwin-Williams Co.

  • Solvay Group

  • Tor Specialty Minerals

  • Velsicol Chemical LLC

  • Various flame retardant companies

  • Apexical Inc.

  • Dow Chemical Co.

  • EI Dupont De Nemours and Co.

  • Italmatch Chemistry Spa

  • Nabaltec

  • Nihon Seiko Ltd.

  • Sakamoto Yakuhin Kogyo Co. Ltd.

  • Spartan Flame Retardants

  • Tateho Chemical Industries Co. Ltd.

  • Other organizations

  • Azonenetwork UK Ltd.

  • Office of repair of electronic and household appliances, furniture and thermal insulation

  • Centers for Disaster Control and Prevention

  • Flame retardants online

  • International organization of fire and rescue services

  • Japan Flame Retardants Association (Jfra)

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