The popularity of the insulation products has risen in a couple of years due to its increased usage in the construction industry.
Sarasota, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/30/2017 -- Zion Market Research, the market research group announced the analysis report titled "Insulation Products Market: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecasts 2016–2024"
Global Insulation Products Market: Overview
Insulation means protecting the products from extreme conditions. The insulation products are used for various purposes such as for electrical insulation, sound insulation, and heat insulation. Different kinds of insulations that are used include fiber insulation, loose-fill and blown-in, reflective, blanket batts and rolls, foam board, and concrete. Home insulation helps in managing the temperatures within the room such as it prevents the room from getting too much warm during the summer season.
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Global Insulation Products Market: Growth Factors
The popularity of the insulation products has risen in a couple of years due to its increased usage in the construction industry. Growing demand for thermal insulation among people in the residential application is anticipated to fuel the market growth. Consumers are becoming more aware of the benefits of the energy conservation, which is positively influencing the growth of the market. A number of items which are available at home are benefited from insulation. Global demand for insulation products from varied industries such as aerospace & defense, residential and commercial buildings, marine, automotive, and OEMs in the developed and developing countries are fuelling the market demand. However, emerging nations are not easily adopting such practices, which is a major challenge that is being faced by the insulation products market.
Global Insulation Products Market: Segmentation
The insulation products market is segmented on the basis of material, type, and end-use industry. The material segment is classified into fiberglass, foamed plastics, mineral wool, and others. The foamed plastic is sub-segmented into polystyrene, polyurethane foam, and others. Based on the type, the market is segregated into vacuum, thermal, acoustic, and others. The thermal insulation is the dominating segment among others. It is highly preferred in the construction and OEM manufacturing industries such as aerospace, automotive, mining, and HVAC to reduce heat flow. The end-user industry is fragmented into commercial construction, residential construction, and industrial, HVAC & OEM equipment.
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Global Insulation Products Market: Regional Analysis
Depending on the region, the insulation products market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa. The countries in the Europe and North American regions are widely utilizing the insulation products to keep their homes warmer, this may give rise to the market growth. North America held the largest market share owing to the growth in the construction & industrial activity. Insulation products are widely preferred to minimize the heat flow and retain the comfort quality of the living space in the Asia Pacific region, this is expected to drive the insulation products market.
Global Insulation Products Market: Competitive Players
Major leading market players that are operating in the global insulation products market are 3M Company, BASF SE, DuPont, Sika AG, Avery Dennison Corporation, and Trelleborg AB. Other prominent players included in the global market are Dunmore Corporation, John Manville Inc., Owens Corning, and Knauf Insulation.
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Global Insulation Products Market: Regional Segment Analysis
North America(U.S.); Europe(UK, France, Germany); Asia-Pacific(China, Japan, India); Latin America(Brazil); The Middle East and Africa