Global Defoamers Market Research Report – Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2014 – 2021

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LONDON, Nov. 7, 2017 — Defoamers or anti-foaming agents are chemical additives that prevents and destroys the formation of foam respectively in industrial process liquids. Commonly used agents are oil and siloxane defoamers, examples of which are polydimethylsiloxanes, certain alcohols, stearates and glycols. The function of the defoamers is to make the foam bubbles coalesce to the point where they are large enough too harmlessly to the surface and then sink.

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Defoamers are insoluble in water despite being surface active. It has to be formulated so that it will be dispersed as tiny droplets, i.e. as an emulsion to have a high surface area. The defoamers are mainly used in papermaking and pulp industries at various stages like bleaching, dyeing and scouring. It has also found applications in industrial waste water treatment, food processing, as an ingredient in food to prevent effervescence while serving, and in pharmaceutical industries.

Defoamers are of three types namely water-based, oil-based, and silicon-based. Broadly, it can be segmented in aqueous and non-aqueous systems. Because defoamers are efficacious in controlling both surface foam and foam that is entrained in air, they find applications across a myriad of industries like pulp and paper, petroleum, water treatment, paints and coatings, detergents, textiles, lubricants, food and beverages, etc.

Rising health concerns and stringent government regulations drive the market for more environment friendly defoamers with low VOCs, less chemical content and odor. The major problems posed by the foams in the industrial processes is that they cause defects on surface coatings, prevent the efficient filling of containers, entrapped air can cause seals on the pumps to leak etc.

Asia Pacific is projected to experience rapid growth owing to industrialization in countries such as India and China with unobstructed growth and business friendly regulations. Europe and United states constitute the largest markets in the global defoamers market. BASF, Nalco Co, Dow Chemical Co, Crusader Chemicals, and Cognis Group are the leading companies in the global defoamers market.

The report is involved in providing research reports and company profiles in the global defoamers market in terms of revenue and output/volume. Market drivers, opportunities and restraints are thoroughly studied which influences the market. This study is further utilized for the overall analysis of the market. The defoamers market is segmented based on the global applications, geographic presence, by products and ingredients. We offer an inclusive category-specific market outlook. We provide access to a comprehensive collection of companies in the industry. The companies can strategize and execute business operations through our competitor analysis. Find the global industry analysis, market size, share, growth, and trends information in our defoamers profiles.

SEGMENTATIONS IN REPORT:
Defoamers By Types:
Aqueous System
Non-Aqueous System

Defoamers By Applications:
Paper And Pulp
Paints And Coatings
Petroleum
Detergents
Textile
Lubricants
Food And Beverage
Other

Defoamers By Geography:
Asia Pacific
North America
Europe
Latin America
MEA

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