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US Corrosion Inhibitors Market

 

NEW YORK, April 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: US Corrosion Inhibitors Market http://www.reportlinker.com/p01155320/US-Corrosion-Inhibitors-Market.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=HVAC US demand to increase 4% per annum through 2017US demand for corrosion inhibitors is forecast to expand 4.0 percent per year through 2017 on a value basis, supported primarily by an expanding economy, increasing chemical production, and rising oil and natural gas output. Additionally, rising construction spending will support demand for corrosion inhibitors used in cement and concrete, coatings, and metal applications. The corrosion inhibitors industry will continue to respond to evolving trends including environmental concerns about popular corrosion inhibitors such as nitrites and molybdates, and sustained pricing volatility for molybdates, by investing in the development of new, less costly products with improved performance and better environmental profiles. Organic corrosion inhibitors will be the primary beneficiary of these trends as they have been the focus of much of the new product development. Value growth will also be aided by the introduction of new hybrid products that include additional functions other than corrosion protection. Market environment factors restricting demand growthWith government estimates of the annual cost of corrosion exceeding three percent of GDP, corrosion prevention remains a high priority for a number of different sectors in the US economy. However, despite significant need for corrosion protection in many industries, pressures such as environmental concerns, price volatility, and new product developments have influenced the amount, types, and availability of certain types of corrosion inhibitors. Additionally, industries that are intensive users of water that require treatment with corrosion inhibitors, such as chemical manufacturing and petroleum refining, are reducing the amount of water used per unit produced, influencing the types and amounts of corrosion inhibitors being consumed. Closed loop cooling systems to benefit nitrites, hybridsEnvironmental concerns over process and waste waters have prompted many industries to implement closed loop cooling systems to address these issues. As a result, traditional products such as nitrites that function very well in closed systems have increased in demand while new hybrid products have been developed that can offer corrosion protection along with other functional qualities. Further growth in this area will also be supported by the power industry's transition away from older coal-fired plants toward new natural gas plants due to regulations requiring the use of closed loop systems on new plants. However, the growing use of different cooling systems such as dry-cooling, hybrid drywet cooling, and cooling with fluids other than water will have a moderating effect. Price increases have reduced demand for molybdate & other typesPricing issues have also been a major concern over the past decade as some inhibitors have significantly increased in price. For example, molybdates, despite being popular cooling water additives, have seen demand decline as molybdate prices soared between 2002 and 2007. While molybdate prices moderated from 2007 to 2012, they remain high compared to other corrosion inhibitors, and pressure to develop molybdate free alternatives will restrain demand for molybdates going forward. Study coverageDetails on these and other findings are available in the upcoming Freedonia industry study, Corrosion Inhibitors, priced at $5100. It presents historical data for 2002, 2007 and 2012, plus forecasts for 2017 and 2022 by product and market. The study also considers key market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles more than 30 players in the US industry, including Ashland, Chemtura, Ecolab Nalco, GE, and Lubrizol. TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ix I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4General 4Macroeconomic Environment 4Demographics 8Construction Trends 11Residential Building Construction Expenditures 14Housing Starts 16Housing Stock 19Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures 22Improvements & Repairs 24Nonresidential Building Stock 25Nonbuilding Construction Expenditures 28Nonbuilding Construction Stock 29Highway Spending 30Agricultural Trends 32Waste Stream Overview 37Environmental & Regulatory Issues 39Raw Material Considerations 44Resins 45Other Raw Materials 48Pricing Trends 49Foreign Trade 51Imports 53Exports 55World Market 57 III. PRODUCTS 60General 60Area Demand 61Value Demand 64Geotextiles 67Demand by Market 70Product Characteristics 71Demand by Type 72Nonwovens 73Wovens & Knits 77Geomembranes 81Demand by Market 83Product Characteristics 85Polyethylene Materials 87All Other Materials 88Producers 90Geogrids 91Demand by Market 92Product Characteristics 93Producers 94Other Geosynthetics 95Geonets 96Geosynthetic Clay Liners 98Preformed Geocomposites 101All Other 102Geocells 103Geofoams 104Miscellaneous Geosynthetics 106Geosynthetics Demand by Material 107 IV. MARKETS 109General 109Area Demand by Market 109Value Demand by Market 112Transportation Infrastructure 115Demand by Product 117Market Characteristics 119Construction 121Demand by Product 122Market Characteristics 124Stabilization & Reinforcement 125Drainage & Filtration 126Erosion & Sedimentation Control 127Landfills 129Demand by Product 131Market Characteristics 133Liquid Containment 134Demand by Product 135Market Characteristics 137Other Markets 138Mining 140Oil & Gas 141Coal Ash Containment 142 V. REGIONS 144General 144Regional Demographics & Economic Trends 145Population Patterns 145Economic Outlook 148Construction Activity 151Geosynthetics Demand by Region 153Northeast 156New England 160Middle Atlantic 162Midwest 164East North Central 170West North Central 172South 173South Atlantic 177East South Central 179West South Central 180West 182Mountain 186Pacific 188 VI. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 190General 190Industry Composition 191Market Share 194Competitive Strategies 197Research & Development 200Marketing 201Distribution 203Mergers & Acquisitions 204Cooperative Agreements 207Company Profiles 211ADS Incorporated 212AFITEX-TEXEL Geosynthetics, see ADSAGRU Kunststofftechnik GmbH 215AMCOL International Corporation 217Belton Industries Incorporated 219Bridgestone Corporation 221Burke Industries, see Mannington MillsCarthage Mills Incorporated 222CETCO, see AMCOL InternationalColbond, see Low & BonarColloid Environmental Technologies, see AMCOLInternationalConsolidated Divisions Incorporated 225CONTECH Engineered Solutions LLC 226Conwed Plastics, see Leucadia NationalCooley Group Holdings Incorporated 229CSI Geosynthetics, see Leggett & PlattDon & Low, see Thrace PlasticsDow Chemical Company 230DuPont (EI) de Nemours 232Environmental Fabrics Incorporated 234Environmental Protection Incorporated 235Fiberweb plc 237Firestone Specialty Products, see BridgestoneGlen Raven Incorporated 239GSE Holding Incorporated 241Hallaton Incorporated 244Hanes Geo Components, see Leggett & PlattHUESKER Synthetic GmbH 245In-Line Plastics LC 247Inteplast Group Limited 248Leggett & Platt Incorporated 249Leucadia National Corporation 252Low & Bonar plc 254Lumite, see Thrace PlasticsLyondellBasell Industries NV 256Mannington Mills Incorporated 257NAUE GmbH & Company KG 259Nilex Incorporated 261North American Green, see TensarPerformance Fabrics and Fibers, see AGRUKunststofftechnikPlastatech Engineering Limited 263Poly-America LP 264Poly-Flex, see Poly-AmericaPresto Geosystems, see Reynolds Group HoldingsPrice and Company, see Leggett & PlattPropex Operating Company LLC 266Raven Industries Incorporated 268Reef Industries Incorporated 270Reynolds Group Holdings Limited 271Royal Ten Cate NV 273Saint-Gobain 276SKAPS Industries 277Solmax International Incorporated 279Strata Systems, see Glen RavenSynTec, see GSE HoldingTENAX International BV 280TenCate Geosynthetics North America, see Royal TenCate Tensar Corporation 282Texel, see ADSThrace Plastics Company SA 286Watersaver, see Consolidated DivisionsWorld-Pak, see Inteplast Group LIST OF TABLES SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARYSummary Table 3 SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 Macroeconomic Indicators 72 Population & Households 113 Construction Expenditures 134 Residential Building Construction Expenditures 155 Housing Starts 196 Housing Stock by Type 217 Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures 248 Nonresidential Building Improvement & Repair Expenditures 259 Nonresidential Building Stock 2710 Nonbuilding Construction Expenditures 2911 Nonbuilding Construction Stock 3012 Highway Spending by Type 3213 Agricultural Indicators 3614 Municipal Solid Waste Generation, Recovery, & Disposal 3915 Raw Material Demand 4416 Geosynthetics Pricing 5017 Geosynthetics Foreign Trade 53 SECTION III -- PRODUCTS1 Geosynthetics Area Demand by Product 632 Geosynthetics Value Demand by Product 663 Geotextiles Demand by Type & Market 704 Nonwoven Geotextiles Demand 765 Woven & Knit Geotextiles Demand 796 Geomembranes Demand 837 Geogrids Demand 928 Other Geosynthetics Demand by Product & Market 969 Geosynthetics Demand by Material 108 SECTION IV -- MARKETS1 Geosynthetics Area Demand by Market 1112 Geosynthetics Value Demand by Market 1143 Transportation Infrastructure Geosynthetics Demand 1174 Construction Geosynthetics Demand 1225 Landfill Geosynthetics Demand 1316 Liquid Containment Geosynthetics Demand 1357 Other Markets Geosynthetics Demand 139 SECTION V -- REGIONS1 Population by Region 1482 Gross Domestic Product by Region 1513 Construction Expenditures by Region 1534 Geosynthetics Demand by Region 1555 Northeast Geosynthetics Demand by Subregion & Market 1606 Midwest Geosynthetics Demand by Subregion & Market 1697 South Geosynthetics Demand by Subregion & Market 1778 West Geosynthetics Demand by Subregion & Market 186 SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 US Geosynthetics Sales by Company, 2012 1932 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 2073 Selected Cooperative Agreements 209 LIST OF CHARTS SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 Year of Construction of Housing Stock, 2012 222 World Geosynthetics Demand, 2012 59 SECTION III -- PRODUCTS1 Geosynthetics Area Demand by Product, 2012 642 Geosynthetics Value Demand by Product, 2012 67 SECTION IV -- MARKETS1 Geosynthetics Area Demand by Market, 2012 1122 Geosynthetics Value Demand by Market, 2012 115 SECTION V -- REGIONS1 Geosynthetics Demand by Region, 2012 156 SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 US Geosynthetics Market Share by Company, 2012 195 To order this report: HVAC Industry: US Corrosion Inhibitors MarketContact Nicolas: nicolasbombourg@reportlinker.comUS: (805)-652-2626Intl: +1 805-652-2626

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