Global High Heat Foam Market: Overview
High heat foam is a type of foam commonly used in insulation applications. The construction and automotive industries are the primary applications of high heat foam, due to the energy saving benefits it imparts to buildings and automobiles. The booming sales figures being posted by these two industries at present bode well for the global high heat foam market. The major product types sold in the global high heat foam market are silicone foam, melamine foam, polyimide foam, and polyethylene foam.
The report presents a complete overview of the global high heat foam market, encompassing the market’s major drivers and restraints, major segments, key players, and historical figures. It uses industry-standard analytical tools to evaluate the market data, gathered from a number of reliable industry databases. The complete review of the global high heat foam market presented in the report will help market players formulate strategies that make the most of their strengths.
Global High Heat Foam Market: Drivers and Restraints
The primary driver for the global high heat foam market is the increasing awareness about the environmental benefits of using foam insulation. High heat foam prevents heat in an insulated area from escaping into the surroundings and ambient heat from entering the insulated area. This eliminates the need for further consumption of energy. In automobiles, for instance, foam insulation can help reduce the amount of heat exiting and entering the interior of the car. This eliminates the need for heating/cooling to generate/lose more heat, respectively.
The increasing demand from the automotive and construction industries is thus a major driver for the global high heat foam market. In construction, high-quality high heat foam insulation can help accrue significant amounts of savings by reducing the total energy consumption. The steady urbanization in developing countries and the increasing demand for renovation and other redevelopment projects in developed regions have boosted the global construction industry, which is expected to remain a major end-use segment of the global high heat foam market in the coming years.
Owing to the change high heat foam can bring about in the overall environmental viability of a project, many governments have also started incentivizing the use of insulation. This helps cut down on the amount of energy drawn by the project from the central grid, which helps balance out the supply-demand gap in power generation.
On the other hand, volatility in the prices of petrochemicals, which are utilized in the manufacture of high heat foam is the primary restraint on the global high heat foam market.
Global High Heat Foam Market: Geographical Overview
The largest regional market for high heat foam is Asia Pacific. The booming automotive industry in China, Japan, South Korea, and India is a major driver for the APAC high heat foam market, along with the strong performance exhibited by the construction industry in the region. The latter, in particular, has benefitted massively from the rampant urbanization observed in Asia Pacific, as the newly prosperous middle class is becoming increasingly interested in real estate purchases.
Major players in the global high heat foam market include Rogers Corporation, Sinoyqx, Ube Industries, Ltd., BASF SE, Waker Chemie AG, and Evonik Industries.
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