High Temperature Insulation Market will grow at 5% CAGR up to 2024
Date: 2018-12-21   Author: Rahul Varpe  Category: #news

High Temperature Insulation Market will grow at 5% CAGR up to 2024

Over the recent years, high temperature insulation market has been witnessing robust growth prospects owing to the extensive usage of insulating materials in safeguarding, preserving, and enhancing the longevity of industrial machinery and equipment. Insulating materials, of late, have found an increased prominence in a plethora of industries such as petrochemical, iron and steel, aluminum, glass, ceramics, and cement among others, which has had a tremendous impact on the global high temperature insulation industry share. 

Concurrently, it would be prudent to mention that the growing inclination toward energy conservation across diverse business spheres has contributed substantially to the rapid expansion of high temperature insulation market size. Furthermore, in a bid to reinforce efficiency and revamp the existing product spectrum, the leading industry players have increasingly focused on unveiling a range of upgraded and advanced products. 

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Morgan Thermal Ceramics for instance, has launched a range of thermal insulation products for HVAC, water heaters, boilers, and boiler flues. In addition, the UK based high temperature insulation industry giant has unveiled a first of its kind flexible blanket, named as FireMaster® FastWrap® XL, composed of advanced fibers which are said to withstand a temperature of 1200 degree Celsius. Apparently, the aforementioned initiatives and the likes by the market giants are slated to carve a lucrative path for the high temperature insulation market over the estimated time frame.

Elaborating further on the applications of FireMaster® FastWrap® XL, the product comes fully enclosed in durable glass fiber which makes it easy to handle and install. To add to it, the product is classified by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. which equips it with a host of innovative protection features such as fire resistive enclosure protection, electrical circuit safeguard, and reduced clearance for exhaust outlets. 

Apparently, the trend of launching such ingenious product innovations is bound to encourage other industry giants to come up with upgraded versions of the existing insulation products. As a consequence, this would vigorously impel the growth potential of high temperature insulation market size, which was estimated to have held a total valuation in excess of USD 3 billion in 2016.

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Over the recent years, high temperature insulation market has been witnessing robust growth prospects owing to the extensive usage of insulating materials in safeguarding, preserving, and enhancing the longevity of industrial machinery and equipment. Insulating materials, of late, have found an increased prominence in a plethora of industries such as petrochemical, iron and steel, aluminum, glass, ceramics, and cement among others, which has had a tremendous impact on the global high temperature insulation industry share. 

Concurrently, it would be prudent to mention that the growing inclination toward energy conservation across diverse business spheres has contributed substantially to the rapid expansion of high temperature insulation market size. Furthermore, in a bid to reinforce efficiency and revamp the existing product spectrum, the leading industry players have increasingly focused on unveiling a range of upgraded and advanced products. Morgan Thermal Ceramics for instance, has launched a range of thermal insulation products for HVAC, water heaters, boilers, and boiler flues. 

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In addition, the UK based high temperature insulation industry giant has unveiled a first of its kind flexible blanket, named as FireMaster® FastWrap® XL, composed of advanced fibers which are said to withstand a temperature of 1200 degree Celsius. Apparently, the aforementioned initiatives and the likes by the market giants are slated to carve a lucrative path for the high temperature insulation market over the estimated time frame.
 



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