The global fire fighting foam market is expected to higher growth by next six years. The fire fighting foam market is subject to witness a substantial growth due to the rising demand for eco-friendly products and prevalence of fire-related accidents thus leading to casualties and loss of property. Factors responsible for the robust growth of fire fighting foam market in the recent years include rise in the awareness towards environment, large number of benefits associated with use of fire fighting foam, and reduction in consummation of water. Globally, the firefighting foam market is predicted to generate massive revenue in the forecast period, providing numerous opportunities for market players to invest in research and development of the fire fighting foam market. Firefighting foam helps to suppress fire in case of fire-related incidences. Firefighting foam plays a vital role in cooling the fire and coating the fuel, thus completely stopping its direct contact with oxygen. The direct contact of the fuel may results in large the combustion leading to more harm. Increasing adoption of fire fighting foam by fire fighters across the globe is a key catalyst for market growth in the recent years. Firefighting foam commonly contain surfactants that are essential to produce foam. These surfactants are added into firefighting foam and are less than 1% of the total volume. Other elements of firefighting foam include organic solvents such as trimethyl trim-ethylene glycol and hexalene glycol, various stabilizers such as lauryl alcohol, and corrosion inhibitors. Soaring demand for Asia Pacific and Middle East region are anticipated to fuel market expansion in the near future. These factors are expected to play major role in the expansion of fire fighting foam market in the upcoming years. Applications of the fire fighting foam include the petrochemical industry, ship and warehouse. Growing demand from oil & gas industry especially in the Middle East region is estimated to favor market growth in the near future. The recent technological advancement in the chemical industry coupled with development of novel products are expected to boost market growth in the upcoming years. Growing incidences related to fire breakouts and improved road infrastructure in both developed and developing economies are expected offer lucrative growth opportunities of industry players over the forecast period. The oil & gas industry is considered as one of the fastest growing segment in the fire fighting foam market with massive revenue generation in the last couple of years. The oil & gas industry segment is attributed to soaring demand for firefighting foam from Middle Eastern and European region. In addition, high risk associated with fire accidents in oil-based fires, majorly in oil & gas industry coupled with recent activities in the upstream and downstream sector are expected to stimulate the growth of fire fighting foam market over the forecast period. Increasing adoption of the firefighting foam as a precautionary measure in residential as well as commercial sector is propelling the market demand as well. The fire fighting foam market is divided by region as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Africa. North America has shown major growth in recent years owing to the rise in the implementation of latest technologies in chemical industry, prevalence of fire-related incidences, and existence of well-established industrial infrastructure in the region. Asia-Pacific region is predicted to hold major market share in the fire fighting foam market with massive growth in forecast period. Countries such as India, China and Singapore are leading the Asia-Pacific market with increasing demand from the oil & gas industry, strong economic growth, improved infrastructure and significant investment by leading industry players considering the potential growth opportunities in the region. The key players in the fire fighting foam market are Johnson Controls International plc, The Solberg Co., Dr Richard Sthamer GmbH & Co., KG, National Foam Products, Inc., Angus Fire Ltd., Kerr Fire LLC, Eau&Feu Group, DIC Co., Shandong Huate Magnet Technology Co., Ltd., and Saudi Factory for Fire Equipment Co. Firefighting foam is a foam used for fire suppression. Its role is to cool the fire and to coat the fuel, preventing its contact with oxygen, resulting in suppression of the combustion. Fire-fighting foam was invented by the Russian engineer and chemist Aleksandr Loran in 1902. The surfactants used must produce foam in concentration of less than 1%. Other components of fire-retardant foams are organic solvents (e.g., trimethyl-trimethylene glycol and hexylene glycol), foam stabilizers (e.g., lauryl alcohol), and corrosion inhibitors. The global fire fighting foam market is expected to reach 437 thousand tons in 2022. The market for fire fighting foam is expected to sustain decent growth in the next few years, with much of that growth coming from the petrochemical, ship, and warehouses sectors. The market is expected to reach USD1,165.01 million in 2022, according to market research publisher GCC's latest report, ""Global Fire Fighting Foam Industry Report 2017." The report covers forecast and analysis for the fire fighting foam market on a global and regional level. The study provides historic data of 2012-2016 along with a forecast from 2017 to 2022 based on both volumes and revenue. The study includes drivers and restraints for the fire fighting foam market along with the impact they have on the demand over the forecast period. Additionally, the report includes the study of opportunities available in the fire fighting foam market on a global level. The report has been prepared based on the synthesis, analysis, and interpretation of information about the global fire fighting foam market collected from specialized sources. The competitive landscape section of the report provides a clear insight into the market share analysis of key industry players. Company overview, financial overview, product portfolio, new project launched, recent development analysis are the parameters included in the profile. The study provides a decisive view on the fire fighting foam market by segmenting the market based on applications. All the application segments have been analyzed based on present and future trends and the market is estimated from 2017 to 2022. Key Product Types • Protein foam • Synthetic foam • Class A Key Applications • Petroleum & Petrochemical • Ship & Shipyard • Warehouse • Airport • Other Key Regions • North America • Europe • Asia Pacific • China Key Vendors • Tyco • Angus Fire • Kerr Fire • Delta Fire • Dr. Sthamer • Dafo Fomtec • Amerex • ICL • Kidron • DIC • Naffco • Fire Service Plus • Suolong • Liuli • Shield • Langchao • Jiangya • Yuheng • Hongtai • Shiren • Tianhe • Ongoing • Huate • Sanjiang • Nenglin Key Questions Answered in this Report • What will the market size be in 2022? • What are the key factors driving the global fire fighting foam market? • What are the challenges to market growth? • Who are the key players in the fire fighting foam market? • What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key players?
Table of Contents Part 1. Exclusive Summary Part 2. Methodology 2.1 Research Methodology 2.2 Geographic Scope 2.3 Years Considered Part 3. Introduction 3.1 Product Overview 3.2 Types of Fire Fighting Foam 3.2.1 Protein Foam 3.2.1 Fluoroprotein Foam 3.2.3 Film Forming Fluoroprotein (FFFP) 3.2.4 Alcohol Resistant FFFP (AR-FFFP) 3.2.5 Standard Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) 3.2.6 Alcohol Resistant Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AR-AFFF) 3.2.7 Medium and High Expansion Foam 3.2.8 Class A Foam Concentrates Part 4. Value Chain Analysis 4.1 Raw Materials 4.1.1 Sodium Hydroxide 4.1.2 Isopropyl Alcohol 4.1.3 Fluorosurfactants 4.1.4 2-Butoxyethanol 4.1.5 Magnesium Sulfate 4.1.6 Xanthan Gum 4.1.7 Alkyl Polyglycosides 4.1.8 PEG 4.2 Equipment 4.3 End-user Part 5. Manufacture 5.1 Manufacturing Process 5.1.1 Protein Foams 5.1.2 Synthetic Foams 5.1.3 Class A Foam 5.2 Manufacturing Costs Part 6. Market Overview 6.1 Global Fire Fighting Foam Market, by Volume 2012-2017 6.1.1 Overview 6.1.2 Global Fire Fighting Foam Market, by Volume, by Company 6.1.3 Top 10 Companies by Volume Share 6.2 Global Fire Fighting Foam Market, by Revenue 2012-2017 6.2.1 Overview 6.2.2 Global Fire Fighting Foam Market, by Revenue, by Company 6.2.3 Top 10 Companies by Revenue Share Part 7. Segmentation by Type Part 8. Segmentation by Application 8.1 Global Consumption by Application 8.2 Chinese Consumption by Application Part 9. Segmentation by Region 9.1 Global Fire Fighting Foam Volume by Region 9.1.1 China 9.1.2 North America 9.1.3 Europe 9.1.4 Asia-Pacific (ex-China) 9.2 Global Fire Fighting Foam Revenue by Region 9.2.1 China 9.2.2 North America 9.2.3 Europe 9.2.4 Asia-Pacific (ex-China) 9.3 Global Fire Fighting Foam Consumption by Region 9.3.1 China 9.3.2 North America 9.3.3 Europe 9.3.4 Asia-Pacific (ex-China) Part 10. Fire Fighting Foam Market Forecast 10.1 Global Fire Fighting Foam Market by Volume 2017-2022 10.2 Global Fire Fighting Foam Market by Revenue 2017-2022 10.3 Global Fire Fighting Foam Consumption 2017-2022 10.3.1 China 10.3.2 North America 10.3.3 Europe 10.3.4 Asia-Pacific (ex-China) 10.4 Global Fire Fighting Foam Market by Application 2017-2022 10.5 Chinese Fire Fighting Foam Market by Application 2017-2022 10.6 Global Fire Fighting Foam Market by Type 2017-2022 Part 11. Company Profiles 11.1 Tyco (UK) 11.1.1 Business Overview 11.1.2 Products Offered 11.1.3 Business Performance 11.2 Angus Fire (UK) 11.2.1 Business Overview 11.2.2 Products Offered 11.2.3 Business Performance 11.3 Kerr Fire (UK) 11.3.1 Business Overview 11.3.2 Products Offered 11.3.3 Business Performance 11.4 Delta Fire (UK) 11.4.1 Business Overview 11.4.2 Products Offered 11.4.3 Business Performance 11.5 Dr. Sthamer (Germany) 11.5.1 Business Overview 11.5.2 Products Offered 11.5.3 Business Performance 11.6 Dafo Fomtec (Sweden) 11.6.1 Business Overview 11.6.2 Products Offered 11.6.3 Business Performance 11.7 Amerex Corporation (USA) 11.7.1 Business Overview 11.7.2 Products Offered 11.7.3 Business Performance 11.8 ICL (Israel) 11.8.1 Business Overview 11.8.2 Products Offered 11.8.3 Business Performance 11.9 Kidron (Israel) 11.9.1 Business Overview 11.9.2 Products Offered 11.9.3 Business Performance 11.10 DIC (Japan) 11.10.1 Business Overview 11.10.2 Products Offered 11.10.3 Business Performance 11.11 Naffco (UAE) 11.11.1 Business Overview 11.11.2 Products Offered 11.11.3 Business Performance 11.12 Fire Service Plus (USA) 11.12.1 Business Overview 11.12.2 Business Performance 11.13 Jiangsu Suolong (China) 11.13.1 Business Overview 11.13.2 Products Offered 11.13.3 Business Performance 11.14 Shanghai Liuli (China) 11.14.1 Business Overview 11.14.2 Products Offered 11.14.3 Business Performance 11.15 Dongying Shield (China) 11.15.1 Business Overview 11.15.2 Products Offered 11.15.3 Business Performance 11.16 Luoyang Langchao (China) 11.16.1 Business Overview 11.16.2 Products Offered 11.16.3 Business Performance 11.17 Yangzhou Jiangya (China) 11.17.1 Business Overview 11.17.2 Products Offered 11.17.3 Business Performance 11.18 Zhengzhou Yuheng (China) 11.18.1 Business Overview 11.18.2 Products Offered 11.18.3 Business Performance 11.19 Zhaoqing Hongtai (China) 11.19.1 Business Overview 11.19.2 Products Offered 11.19.3 Business Performance 11.20 Chengdu Shiren (China) 11.20.1 Business Overview 11.20.2 Products Offered 11.20.3 Business Performance 11.21 Haerbin Tianhe (China) 11.21.1 Business Overview 11.21.2 Products Offered 11.21.3 Business Performance 11.22 Xiamen Ongoing (China) 11.22.1 Business Overview 11.22.2 Products Offered 11.22.3 Business Performance 11.23 Zhongrui Huate (China) 11.23.1 Business Overview 11.23.2 Products Offered 11.23.3 Business Performance 11.24 Taizhou Sanjiang (China) 11.24.1 Business Overview 11.24.2 Products Offered 11.24.3 Business Performance 11.25 Nenglin (China) 11.25.1 Business Overview 11.25.2 Products Offered 11.25.3 Business Performance Part 12. Market Dynamics 12.1 Market Drivers 12.2 Market Constraints 12.2.1 Entry Barriers 12.2.2 Rising Labor Costs 12.2.3 Exchange Rate 12.2.4 Environmental Concerns 12.3 Market Strategies 12.4 Industry Activities Part 13. Appendix 13.1 Abbreviations 13.2 Disclaimer
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