DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Fire Protection Coatings Market, Forecast to 2023" report to their offering.
In this study, fire protection coatings are majorly classified as Hydrocarbon Intumescent Coatings, Hydrocarbon Cementitious Coatings, Cellulosic Intumescent Coatings and Cellulosic Cementitious Coatings. Intumescent coatings are materials that when exposed to fire expands to more than 60 times their original thickness and form a charred exterior to create a barrier between the external environment and the substrate. Cementitious coatings are materials based on cementitious raw materials such as Portland cement and gypsum that are inherently fire resistant and provide adequate fire insulation for a period of time.
Hydrocarbon fires typically reach temperatures of over 1,100° C within a time span of 5 minutes and hence, demand highly effective fire-proofing solutions. Cellulosic fire protection systems are developed for civil construction and infrastructure projects. Cellulosic fires are caused by the burning of materials such as wood, paper, or textiles. The temperatures of cellulosic fires are slow to rise and can reach a peak of 950°C.
The fire protection coatings market is at present highly competitive due to significant number of large and small market participants. Manufacturers are compelled to maintain prices at low levels due to high price sensitivity of customers in the developing countries Asia Pacific, which is the largest market for the overall fire protection coatings industry.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Market Overview
3. Drivers and Restraints-Total Fire Protection Coatings Market
4. Forecast and Trends-Total Fire Protection Coatings Market
5. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action
6. Hydrocarbon Intumescent Segment Breakdown
7. Hydrocarbon Cementitious Segment Breakdown
8. Cellulosic Intumescent Segment Market Breakdown
9. Cellulosic Cementitious Segment Breakdown
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