Advanced Insulation Materials Technologies for Building and Construction

Invigorated by Government Support for Environmentally Friendly Technologies, Mineral Wool, Phenolic Foam, Fiberglass, Aerogels and Extruded Polystyrene (XPS) Brim with Growth Potential

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Global insulation materials industry is poised for growth due to the rising demand of efficient insulation in both residential sector on account of the increase in energy costs and tightening governmental policies. The importance of energy conservation is also expected to drive the insulation market. Over the last few years, various government initiatives have been put in to place to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and thus promote energy efficiency, thereby, boosting the insulation market. Additionally, efficient materials are also being used to provide sound and vibration insulation. This research service titled, “Advanced Insulation Materials Technologies for Building & Construction (TechVision)”, focus

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1. Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Process and Methodology2. Insulation in Building & Construction Industry: An Overview2.1 Why Insulation Is Important? 2.2 Insulation Types Based on Usage Forms2.3 Insulating Materials Used Include Both Naturally Derived and Synthetic Ones 2.3.1 Other Insulation Materials for Interest2.4 Mapping of Insulation Materials Vs. Application3. Industry Overview3.1 Key Regional Technology Development Trends: North America Leads in Research and Development Activities3.2 Key Patent Trends: US Patent Office Has Filed the Maximum Number of Patents3.3 Funding Scenario: Government Funding Gains Prominence3.4 Key Industry Initiatives: Increasing Partnerships and Acquisitions across the Globe3.5 Key Industry Requirements: Scalable, Environment Friendly Materials Is the Need of the Hour4. Technology Assessment of Key Insulation Materials4.1.1 Mineral Wool – Wide Scale Adoption Due to Its High Recycled Content4.1.2 Mineral Wool — Innovations Focused on Making Panels/boards for Thermal and Sound Insulation4.2.1 Expanded Polystyrene – Cost Effectiveness and Lightweighting Characteristics Enhance Adoption4.2.2 Expanded Polystyrene — Innovations Focused on Making EPS Recyclable4.3.1 Extruded Polystyrene (XPS) – Widely Used Due to Its Closed Cell Structure, Which Provides Long-term Strength and Durability4.3.2 Extruded Polystyrene — Innovations Focused on Mixing XPS with Other Materials Like Plywood, Boards4.4.1 Phenolic Foam – Resistance to Fire, Smoke and Moisture Facilitates Adoption4.4.2 Phenolic Foam — Innovations Focused on Making It More Environment Friendly4.5.1 Fiberglass – Application across Thermal, Fire and Acoustics Insulation4.5.2 Fiberglass — Innovations Are Focused on Improving the Cell Structure of Fiberglass by Combining with Other Materials4.6.1 Polyurethane Foam – Provides Airtight Installation and Increasing Use for Acoustics Insulation4.6.2 Polyurethane — Developments Are Mainly Focused on Environment Friendly Blowing Agents4.7.1 Polyisocyanurate Foam (PIR/Polyiso) – Less Environmental Impact and Long Service Life4.7.2 Polyisocyanurate — Innovations Focused on Improving R-value4.8.1 Natural Derived Materials – Key Advantage as It Is Environmentally Friendly4.8.2 Natural Derived Materials — Developments Are Focused on Improving the Processing Characteristics4.9.1 Cellulose - Manufactured from Recycled Content4.9.2 Cellulose — Innovations Focused on Making Light Weight Insulating Products4.10.1 Aerogels – High Thermal Resistance Characteristics Helps in Improving Performance4.10.2 Aerogels — Innovations Focused on Making It More Cost-Effective4.11 Other Materials of Interest5. Technology Benchmarking of Key Insulation Materials5.1 Comparative Analysis of Insulation Materials5.2 Explanation of the Analysis of Insulation Materials6. Key Patents6.1 Key Patents – North America6.2 Key Patents – North America and Europe6.3 Key Patents – Europe6.4 Key Patents – Asia Pacific7. Key Contacts7. Key Contacts Legal Disclaimer8. Appendix8.1 Criteria Definition for Technology Benchmarking8. 1 Criteria Definition for Technology Benchmarking8.2 Ratings for Technology Benchmarking8.3 Justification of Ratings for Technology Benchmarking8.3 Justification of Ratings for Technology Benchmarking(continued)8.4 Justification of Ratings for Technology Benchmarking(continued)9. The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry ConvergenceSource: Frost & SullivanSource: Frost & SullivanOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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