Flame Resistant Fabric Market Analysis, Size and Growth to 2022

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Global flame resistant fabric market is expected to grow over the forecast period on account of increasing demand from chemical and oil & gas industries. Chemical and oil & gas industries extensively use flame resistant fabric for safety of workers owing to high accident risk in such industries. Flame resistant fabrics are basically textiles that are more fire retardant than other fabrics owing to its chemical treatment or exclusively manufactured fireproof fabrics. Increasing flame resistant fabric demand for stage drapery used in public spaces such as theatre, school and other special events is anticipated to be a key factor driving the global flame resistant fabric market over the forecast period. Polyester is the most commonly used fame resistant curtain fabric. Availability of various fabric-fire treatments such as CRIB-5 and BS-476 is expected to have a positive impact on flame resistant fabrics market. Moreover, fire resistant fabric utility in fire fighting uniform and work wear for minimizing fire hazards is projected to further complement its global demand.

Major flame resistant fabric applications include public safety & defense services, industrial protective clothing and transport. Transport application segment can be further divided into automotive, aircraft, railways and marine. Transportation industry is anticipated to expand the global flame resistant fabric market over the forecast period on account of increasing high performance fabrics demand in railways, automobiles and aircraft. Fire fighting fabrics demand in defense and public safety services is expected to grow at an average rate owing to low revenue levels in these sectors. Additionally, rising flame resistant fabrics utilization in home & industrial furnishings and law enforcement services is further anticipated to drive its global demand in the upcoming years. High flame resistant fabrics cost coupled with lack of awareness can be a factor restraining flame resistant fabrics market growth over the forecast period.

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North America and Europe are expected to be regional leaders in flame resistant fabric market over the forecast period on account of increasing safety regulations in these regions. Asia Pacific flame resistant fabric market is anticipated to witness substantial growth owing to increasing demand from diverse end use industries such as chemicals and oil & gas. Furthermore, increasing flame resistant fabric demand in transportation industry particularly in emerging economies such as India and China is further predicted to foster Asia Pacific market over the forecast period. Middle East and Africa are expected to grow at a rapid rate owing to rising flame resistant fabric utilization in various sectors.

Global flame resistant fabric market is fragmented with major players competing for leadership position through efficient strategies such as R&D, cost effective product development, distribution agreements and integration through effective supply chain management. DuPont has adopted an innovative strategy to develop inherently flame resistant fibers, under the brand namesNomex and Keviar. Key players operating in flame resistant fabrics market includes DuPont, PBI Performance Products, Royal Tencate Corporate EMEA, Milliken & Company, Lenzing AG, Huntsman Corporation, Teijin Aramid, Gun Ei Chemical Industry Co. Ltd. and Solvay SA.

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