The report on Perlite Market by Infinium Global Research analyzes the perlite market over the period of 2018 to 2024. This report also provides detailed qualitative and quantitative analyses of the market dynamics, market size and future trends in global perlite market. It will help a lot of decision makers to develop strategies and find new opportunities in the global perlite market. According to the report, the global perlite market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 7.2% over the forecast period of 2018-2024.
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Perlite has outstanding insulation and lightweight characteristics so they are widely used in the construction applications such as loose-fill insulation in masonry construction. Other than this, perlite also helps to enhance fire rating, reduce noise transmission, and provide insulation for the low temperature and cryogenic vessels in the construction sectors. The rapidly growing urbanization and industrialization in the developing countries which results in the robust growth of the construction and building industry. The growing construction industry drives the growth of perlite market worldwide.
In addition, the perlite has the distinguishing feature than other volcanic glass including high expansion, insulation, lightweight and others that create the demand of perlites in various end-use industries such as Horticulture & Agriculture and chemical industries are expected to boost the growth of perlite market across all over the globe. According to the report, the global perlite market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 7.2% over the forecast period of 2018-2024.
Asia Pacific Holds a Major Market Share in Perlite Market
Asia Pacific holds a major market share in perlite market. The growing construction in the Asia Pacific region creates the huge demand of perlite for the construction application which is driving the growth of perlite industry in this region. In addition, North America and Europe are having the significant market share in the perlite market owing to, production and the consumption of perlite for the various application such as Cannabis Growing, Ceiling Tile Manufacturing, construction, plastic and films fillers and others. The Stable construction and automotive industries in North America and the Europe region is likely to boost the perlite market in these regions.
Improvement of Wetting Properties of Expanded Perlite Particles
In June 2018, In a new study scientists improved the wetting properties of expanded perlite particles by an organic conformal coating. In this, Expanded perlite particles were surface functionalized using poly (hydroxyethyl methacrylate) (PHEMA) thin film under radio frequency (RF) plasma conditions in a rotating-bed plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) system. In addition, improved wetting properties helps to increase water holding capacity of perlite and the plasma approach helps to minimize undesirable monomer fragmentation.
Sunrise Resources advances CS Pozzolan-perlite Project in Nevada
Sunrise Resources has received permission to start their second phase of exploration drilling at the CS pozzolan-perlite project at Nevada in July 2018.
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Karnal’s Institutes Grow Vegetables Without Soil, Using Vermiculite and Perlite
Cultivation of vegetables was not possible in saline, alkaline and sandy soil. However, Indo-Israel Centre of Excellence for Vegetables (CEV) in Gharaunda, Karnal and Potato Technology Centre (PTC) in Shamgarh are getting good results of soilless cultivation technique for producing vegetables in July 2018.
Under this technique, instead of soil, the crops are grown in soilless media, meant of coco-pit, a fibre made out of coconut husk, and two mineral rocks, including vermiculite and perlite, along with water, which is pre-treated with essential micro-nutrients in green houses.