Research and Markets: Analysis of the Industrial and Institutional Cleaning Chemicals Market in Australia 2014
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“Analysis of the Industrial and Institutional Cleaning Chemicals Market in Australia”
This research service aims to provide an overview of the industrial and institutional cleaning chemicals market in Australia through a detailed analysis of the industry and its end-user segments.
Company profiles are included for Tier-1 companies across various end users. The research topics covered in this study include an industry overview and background, mega trends, as well as drivers and restraints for the industrial and institutional cleaning chemicals market in Australia.
The Australian industrial and institutional (I&I) cleaning chemicals market is a large, diverse and mature market that caters to a wide range of end-user sectors and offers a large variety of cleaning chemical products and services.
Cleaning generally refers to the removal of visible dirt, soil and grease from a surface, while sanitising is the process of destroying micro-organisms (such as bacteria) on a surface. To achieve both, a range of chemicals are used. Cleaning chemicals are available in various forms such as liquid concentrates that need to be diluted, ready-to-use liquids, powders and blocks.
As their role is to facilitate safety, they are ubiquitous and used in all industrial and institutional organizations. Cleaning chemicals are not only used on open surfaces, but also in Clean-In-Place (CIP) procedures for cleaning tanks, pipelines and process equipment by circulating water and cleaning chemicals through them without dismantling them. Depending on the task and the surface, application of the chemicals is either manual, semi-automated or fully automated.
Cleaning chemicals are usually manufactured using one or a combination of the following base chemicals:
- Chlor alkalis (caustic soda or sodium hydroxide, sodium hypochlorite, caustic potash, potassium hydroxide)
- Acids (nitric acid, phosphoric acid)
- Chelating agents
Key Topics Covered:
1. Analysis of the Industrial and Institutional Cleaning Chemicals Market in Australia
2. Market Overview
3. External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints
4. Forecast and Trends
5. Demand Analysis
6. Market Share and Competitive Analysis
7. Mega Trends and Implications
8. The Last Word
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