Ion Exchange Materials: Technologies and Global Markets
Publish Date: May 2019 | Category: Chemicals & Materials | Publisher: BCC Research | Status: Publish
The global market for ion exchange materials should reach $9.5 billion by 2021 from $5.5 billion in 2016 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.8%, from 2016 to 2021.
The report’s scope focuses on the ion exchange materials by application and region. The applications of the ion exchange materials will be discussed. In addition, the report will cover how the ion exchange material is used in the selected application. The geographical scope of the report will focus on the global markets, specifically where the ion exchange materials are used and sold. The companies covered herein are from all geographies.
- An overview of the global markets for ion exchange materials, a core component of new technologies that utilize non-freshwater resources, facilitate deployment of new clean energy generation and storage devices, and aid in food production processes. - Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2015 and 2016, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2021. - Factors influencing demand for the technology and with coverage of major businesses in the field. - A look at ion exchange materials as they are used in environmental remediation, and in industrial filtration and separation processes. - Market trends, industry data, and market segmentation for ion exchange materials. - Profiles of major players in the industry.
The ion exchange materials market including both ion exchange resins and ion exchange membranes is estimated to reach $9.5 billion by 2021; this represents a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) estimate of 11.8%. The summary of the market data by end use is presented in the following table. The fastest growing application segment for ion exchange materials is in energy storage and generation technologies. The growth in energy storage and generation technologies is estimated to be 26.5% CAGR. This increase is driven by continued adoption of fuel cell technologies and the infrastructure associated with it. Many companies believe that advancements in materials and continued adoption of technology will power growth in these markets. Currently, ion exchange materials’ largest market segment is with water technology applications. Water technology uses both ion exchange membranes and resins, but primarily resins in terms of amounts of materials sold. The CAGR for this segment is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 6.7%. It is expected that membrane-based applications will eventually have higher market values than ion exchange resins. The growth rate in the ion exchange membrane segment is estimated to be greater than for ion exchange resins.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction Study Goals and Objectives Reasons for Doing This Study Scope of Report Information Sources Methodology Geographic Breakdown Analyst's Credentials Related BCC Research Reports
Chapter 2 Summary and Highlights
Chapter 3 Market and Technology Background Introduction to Ion Exchange Materials Description of Ion Exchange Materials A Brief History of Ion Exchange Materials Applications of Ion Exchange Materials Global Market Trends of Ion Exchange Materials Trends Driving Market Growth in Ion Exchange Materials Innovation and Competitive Landscape in Ion Exchange Materials Types of Functionalities Used for Ion Exchange Polymers Brief Introduction to the Markets for Ion Exchange Materials Energy Storage and Generation Technologies Fuel Cell Systems Electrolysis Redox Flow Batteries Water Technologies Electrodialysis Ultra Pure Water Water Softening Demineralization Wastewater Treatment Power Generation Condensate Polishing Dealkalization Nuclear Waste Remediation Separation and Chemical Technologies Chloralkali Ion Exchange Chromatography Electrolysis Ammonia Electrolysis and Ammonia Production via Ion Exchange Membrane Technology Carbon Dioxide Electrolysis Oxygen Gas Generation Chemical Catalysis Metal Extraction Food Production Sugar Production Beverage Production Pharmaceutical Industry Drug Delivery Isolation and Purification of Biochemical Substances Other Applications Ion Exchange Process Explained Description of Ion Exchange Processes Ion Exchange Models Representation of an Ion Exchange Reaction: Equivalent Fraction Ion Exchange Capacity Selectivity Kinetics of Ion Exchange Processes Separation and Purification Processes Elution and Regeneration Cycles Undergone in Separation Processes Column Processes Batch Processes Overview of Ion Exchange Materials by Form Factor Membrane-Based Applications Ionomer-Based Applications Resin/Beads Applications
Chapter 4 Ion Exchange Materials in Energy Generation and Storage Technologies Fuel Cell Systems Water Electrolysis Redox Flow Batteries
Chapter 5 Ion Exchange Materials in Power Generation Condensate Polishing Nuclear Waste Remediation
Chapter 6 Ion Exchange Membranes and Resins for Water Technologies Electrodialysis UltraPure Water Generation Water Softening Demineralization Wastewater Treatment
Chapter 7 Ion Exchange Materials for Separation and Chemical Technologies Chloralkali Ion Exchange Chromatography Chemical Catalysis Metal Extraction and Purification
Chapter 8 Ion Exchange Materials in Food Production Sugar Production Beverages Production
Chapter 9 Ion Exchange Materials in the Pharmaceutical Industry Drug Delivery Isolation and Purification of Biochemical Substances