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聚合物發泡的美國市場

Polymeric Foams

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聚合物發泡的美國市場 Polymeric Foams
出版日期: 2015年06月11日 內容資訊: 英文 225 Pages
簡介

美國的聚合物發泡市場規模2014年為約79億磅。該市場預計從2015年的約81億磅到2020年的約93億磅,以2.8%的年複合成長率擴大。

本報告提供聚合物發泡市場做為美國中心相關調查分析、聚合物發泡產業概要、各類型材料、各應用領域的市場規模實際成果預測、各種聚合物技術概要、產業結構、競爭環境、環境、規定、公共政策上的課題、主要企業簡介等彙整,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 簡介

第2章 摘要

第3章 概要

  • 石油化學、塑膠樹脂產業
  • 聚合物發泡
  • 結構用發泡
  • 競爭發泡材料、產品

第4章 聚合物發泡市場:各材料類型

  • 總市場分析、預測
  • 發泡劑
  • 聚烯烴發泡
  • 聚苯乙烯發泡
  • 聚氨酯泡棉
  • 聚氯乙烯 (PVC) 發泡

第5章 聚合物發泡市場:各應用領域

  • 總市場分析、預測
  • 電器產品用絕緣體
  • 建築/建設
  • 電力/電子設備
  • 家具、裝飾品
  • 醫療
  • 包裝
  • 運輸
  • 其他的市場、應用

第6章 技術

  • 塑膠樹脂的化學、製造、特性
  • 聚合物發泡的特性、特徵
  • 傳統聚合物發泡技術
  • 聚合物發泡技術的開發
  • 聚合物回收技術

第7章 產業結構、競爭分析

  • 美國的塑膠樹脂產業上趨勢
  • 美國的發泡塑膠產業上企業
  • 美國的聚合物發泡產業結構
  • 發泡劑供應商
  • 塑膠樹脂供應商
  • 聚氨酯原料供應商
  • 發泡加工業者、成型業者
  • 企業整合、重組等
  • 國際方面

第8章 環境、規定、公共政策上的課題

  • 發泡包裝的課題
  • CFC及HCFC的置換上的課題
  • 臭氧破壞
  • 溫室效應氣體
  • 發泡的回收
  • 效能標準
  • 聚合物發泡的健康、安全上的課題
  • 環境相關法、規定
  • 公眾意見的認識

第9章 企業簡介

第10章 附錄

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目錄
Product Code: PLS008H

The U.S market for polymeric foam was nearly 7.9 billion pounds in 2014. This market is predicted to reach nearly 8.1 billion pounds in 2015 and nearly 9.3 billion pounds in 2020, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.8%.

This report provides:

  • An overview of the global markets for polymeric foams.
  • Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2014, estimates for 2015, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2020.
  • Analysis of three classes of major commodity thermoplastic resins used to produce foams: polyolefins (primarily polyethylenes and polypropylene), polystyrene and PS copolymers, and polyvinyl chloride and copolymers.
  • Coverage of key application areas including:
    • Appliances, primarily thermal insulation.
    • Building/construction, primarily insulation and PVC profiles/shapes.
    • Electrical/electronics, with the largest market in acoustical and noise-control foams.
    • Furniture and furnishings, mainly comfort cushioning.
    • Medical applications.
    • Packaging, both functional and product protection.
    • Transportation, primarily cushioning.
  • Information on technologies including new blowing agents, polyol technology, microcellular foams, and discussion of polymer recycling technology.
  • Details concerning the structure of the polymeric foams industry with emphasis on major domestic producers and suppliers, as well as trends in the industry.

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REPORT SCOPE

SCOPE AND FORMAT

This BCC Research study covers in depth many of the most important technological, economic, political and environmental considerations in the U.S. polymeric foams industry. It is basically a study of U.S. markets, but because of the global nature of polymer and packaging chemistry, it touches on some noteworthy international activities, primarily those that impact the U.S. market such as the significant number of foreign firms that operate on U.S. soil.

As noted at the beginning of this chapter, the polymeric foams covered in the scope of this study are the older conventional foams made from synthetic plastics produced from chemical and petrochemical feedstocks. New foams made from the growing bioplastics industry are outside our scope.

All market estimate figures are rounded to the nearest million pounds, and all growth rates are compounded and signified as percent compounded annual growth rates (CAGR%). Because of this rounding, some growth rates may not agree exactly with figures in the market tables, especially for differences in small volumes. All market figures are at the manufacturer's or producer's level.

ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS

Dr. J. Charles Forman is a research analyst for BCC Research covering polymers and chemicals. His work in industry included 21 years at Abbott Laboratories in R&D and manufacturing management. Dr. Forman has researched and written more than 60 multiclient market research reports on a variety of subjects ranging from building construction materials and spectroscopy, to several studies on plastic packaging. He has been writing for BCC Research for more than 20 years. His educational credentials include an S.B. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and M.S. and Ph.D. from Northwestern University, all in chemical engineering. He is also a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.)

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

  • STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
  • REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
  • CONTRIBUTION OF THE STUDY AND INTENDED AUDIENCE
  • SCOPE AND FORMAT
  • REPORT ORGANIZATION
  • REPORT SCOPE AND NOTATION
  • METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES
  • RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS
  • ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS
  • BCC RESEARCH WEBSITE
  • DISCLAIMER

CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY

  • SUMMARY TABLE U.S. MARKET FOR POLYMERIC FOAM BY RESIN FAMILY, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • SUMMARY FIGURE U.S. MARKET FOR POLYMERIC FOAM BY RESIN FAMILY, 2014-2020 (MILLION POUNDS)

CHAPTER 3 OVERVIEW

  • THE PETROCHEMICAL AND PLASTIC RESIN INDUSTRIES
    • PETROCHEMICALS
    • TABLE 1 VALUE OF U.S. CHEMICAL INDUSTRY SHIPMENTS, THROUGH 2012 ($ BILLIONS)
    • PLASTIC RESINS
      • History
      • Modern Polymer Chemistry
      • Bulk Resin Manufacture
      • Plastic Resin Fabrication
      • Commodity vs. Specialty Resins
        • Commodity Resins
        • TABLE 2 NORTH AMERICAN PRODUCTION OF MAJOR THERMOPLASTIC RESINS, 2006-2013 (MILLION POUNDS)
        • Specialty Resins
      • Bioplastics
  • POLYMERIC FOAMS
    • CLOSED- AND OPEN-CELL FOAMS
    • POLYMER FOAM BLOWING AGENTS
    • RESINS USED TO PRODUCE POLYMER FOAMS
    • POLYOLEFIN FOAMS
    • POLYSTYRENE (PS) FOAMS
    • POLYURETHANE (PUR) FOAMS
      • Polyurethane Raw Materials
        • Isocyanates
        • Polyols
      • Flexible Polyurethane Foams
      • Rigid Polyurethane Foams
      • Semirigid (Integral-Skin) PUR Foams
    • POLYVINYL CHLORIDE (PVC) FOAMS
    • OTHER POLYMERIC FOAMS
    • PHENOLIC FOAMS
  • STRUCTURAL FOAMS
  • COMPETITIVE FOAM MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS
    • NATURAL FOAM MATERIALS
    • THERMOFORMED SHEET
    • PAPER AND OTHER FIBER PRODUCTS

CHAPTER 4 POLYMER FOAM MARKETS BY MATERIAL TYPES

  • OVERALL MARKET ESTIMATE AND FORECAST
  • TABLE 3 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYMERIC FOAM BY RESIN FAMILY THROUGH 2020 (MILLIONS POUNDS)
  • BLOWING AGENTS
    • MARKET ESTIMATE AND FORECAST
    • TABLE 4 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYMERIC FOAM BLOWING AGENTS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • PHYSICAL BLOWING AGENTS
      • CFCs, HCFCs and HFCs
        • Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)
        • Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs)
        • Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs)
        • TABLE 5 FOAM BLOWING APPLICATIONS OF HCFCS AND HFCS
        • TABLE 6 FOAM PRODUCTS/APPLICATIONS BLOWN WITH FLUOROCARBONS
        • CFC, HCFC, and HFC Nomenclature
      • Hydrofluoroolefins (HFOs)
      • Hydrocarbons
      • Carbon Dioxide
      • Nitrogen
      • Other Physical Blowing Agents
    • CHEMICAL BLOWING AGENTS
      • Inorganic (Endothermic) Chemical Blowing Agents
      • Organic (Exothermic) Chemical Blowing Agents
      • TABLE 7 TYPICAL USE OF EXOTHERMIC CHEMICAL BLOWING AGENTS BY RESIN
      • TABLE 8 OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGES FOR EXOTHERMIC BLOWING AGENTS
      • TABLE 9 APPLICATIONS FOR EXOTHERMIC BLOWING AGENTS 4
      • Advantages and Disadvantages of Each Type of CBA
      • TABLE 10 ADVANTAGES OF ENDOTHERMIC VS. EXOTHERMIC BLOWING AGENTS
      • TABLE 11 ADVANTAGES OF EXOTHERMIC VS. ENDOTHERMIC BLOWING AGENTS
      • Endo/Exo Combinations
  • POLYOLEFIN FOAMS
    • POLYOLEFIN FOAM MARKET ESTIMATE AND FORECAST
    • TABLE 12 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYOLEFIN FOAM BY TYPE AND APPLICATION, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • RESINS AND PROCESSES
      • Properties and Applications
      • Cross-Linked Polyolefin Foams
  • POLYSTYRENE FOAMS
    • XPS AND EPS FOAMS COMPARED
    • POLYSTYRENE FOAM MARKET ESTIMATE AND FORECAST
    • TABLE 13 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYSTYRENE FOAM BY TYPE AND APPLICATION, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE (XPS) FOAM SHEET
      • XPS Foam Sheet Blowing Agents
    • EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE (XPS) EXPANDED BOARD
      • XPS Foam Board Blowing Agents
    • EXPANDABLE POLYSTYRENE (EPS) BEADS
      • EPS Bead Blowing Agents
  • POLYURETHANE FOAMS
    • RAW MATERIALS DEMAND AND USE
      • Isocyanates
        • Foam Market Estimates for Isocyanates
        • TABLE 14 U.S. MARKET FOR ISOCYANATES IN POLYURETHANE FOAMS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • Polyols
        • Foam Market Estimates for Polyols
        • TABLE 15 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYOLS IN POLYURETHANE FOAMS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • Chain Extenders and Cross-Linkers
      • Polyurethane Blowing Agents
        • Fluorinated Hydrocarbons
        • Hydrocarbons 6
        • Auxiliary Blowing Agents
        • High-Water Formulations (HWFs)
        • Carbon Dioxide
        • Vacuum Panels
    • POLYURETHANE FOAM MARKET ANALYSIS AND FORECAST
      • Method of Calculation for Total PUR Foam Demand
      • TABLE 16 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYURETHANE FOAM BY TYPE AND APPLICATION, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • FLEXIBLE POLYURETHANE FOAMS
      • Properties and Types of Foams Produced
        • Flexible Slabstock
        • Molded Flexible Foams
      • Applications 6
        • Acoustical Applications
        • Cushioning
        • Flexible Foam Filters
        • Reticulated Foams
    • RIGID POLYURETHANE FOAMS
      • Properties and Applications of Rigid PUR Foams
        • Appliance Insulation
        • Rigid Foam Boardstock
        • Sandwich Panels
        • Spray Foam Insulation
      • Rigid Polyisocyanurate Foams
      • Reaction Injection Molding (RIM)
    • INTEGRAL-SKIN AND MISCELLANEOUS PUR FOAMS
  • POLYVINYL CHLORIDE (PVC) FOAMS
    • PVC FOAM MARKET ESTIMATE AND FORECAST
    • TABLE 17 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYVINYL CHLORIDE FOAM BY TYPE AND APPLICATION, THROUGH 2015-2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • RESINS AND PROCESSES
      • Flexible PVC Foams
      • Rigid PVC Foams
    • PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS
    • TABLE 18 MAJOR APPLICATIONS OF PVC FOAMS, BY PROCESS AND APPLICATION
    • OTHER POLYMERIC FOAMS AND COMPETING MATERIALS
    • MARKET ESTIMATE AND FORECAST
    • TABLE 19 U.S. MARKET FOR OTHER FOAM BY APPLICATION THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • PHENOLIC FOAMS
    • STRUCTURAL FOAMS
      • Production Processes
      • Materials and Applications
    • FLUOROPOLYMER FOAMS
    • COMPETITIVE MATERIALS
      • Competition in Cushioning
      • TABLE 20 GENERAL PERFORMANCE FACTOR COMPARISON OF CUSHIONING MATERIALS
      • TABLE 21 CATEGORIES AND TYPICAL PRODUCTS THAT REQUIRE PROTECTIVE PACKAGING
      • Competition in Building Insulation
      • Competition in Packaging of Electronic Products
      • TABLE 22 POLYETHYLENE FOAM VS. FOAM-IN-PLACE POLYURETHANE FOAM FOR ELECTRONIC PRODUCT PACKAGING
      • Competition in Food-Service Packaging

CHAPTER 5 POLYMER FOAM MARKETS BY APPLICATION

  • OVERALL MARKET ESTIMATE AND FORECAST
  • TABLE 23 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYMERIC FOAM BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • APPLIANCE INSULATION
  • TABLE 24 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN APPLIANCE INSULATION, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • ALTERNATIVE BLOWING AGENTS
  • BUILDING/CONSTRUCTION
  • TABLE 25 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN BUILDING/CONSTRUCTION, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 26 TYPICAL THERMAL INSULATION 'R' VALUES (BTU)
  • ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS
  • TABLE 27 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS
  • TABLE 28 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN FURNITURE/FURNISHINGS MARKETS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • MEDICAL APPLICATIONS
  • TABLE 29 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN MEDICAL APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • PACKAGING
  • TABLE 30 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN PACKAGING MARKETS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TRANSPORTATION
  • TABLE 31 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN TRANSPORTATION MARKETS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • MISCELLANEOUS OTHER MARKETS AND APPLICATIONS
  • TABLE 32 SOME MISCELLANEOUS OTHER APPLICATIONS FOR POLYMERIC FOAMS
  • TABLE 33 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN MISCELLANEOUS OTHER MARKETS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)

CHAPTER 6 TECHNOLOGY

  • PLASTIC RESIN CHEMISTRY, MANUFACTURE AND PROPERTIES
  • POLYMERIC FOAM PROPERTIES AND CHARACTERISTICS
    • MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
    • CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
    • ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES
    • ACOUSTICAL PROPERTIES
    • LIGHT PENETRATION
    • SAFETY AND HEALTH ISSUES
  • CONVENTIONAL POLYMER FOAM TECHNOLOGY
    • POLYOLEFIN FOAM PROCESSES
      • Extruded Polyolefin Foams
      • Molded Polyolefin Foams
      • Cross-Linked Polyolefin Foams
    • POLYSTYRENE FOAM PROCESSES
      • XPS Foam Sheet Process
      • XPS Foam Board Process
      • Expandable Bead (EPS) Process
    • POLYURETHANE FOAM CHEMISTRY AND PROCESSES
      • Isocyanate Reactions
      • Polyol Equivalent Weight and Functionality
      • TABLE 34 POLYURETHANE FOAM-POLYOL DEPENDENCY BASED ON POLYOL EQUIVALENT WEIGHT AND FUNCTIONALITY
      • Polyurethane Foaming Processes
        • Chemistry
        • One-Shot System
        • Two-Component (Prepolymer) System
        • Quasi (Semi) Prepolymer System
        • Flexible Polyurethane Foam Process
        • Rigid Polyurethane Foam Process
        • Nonisocyanate Polyurethane Processes
    • CELLULAR FOAM STABILIZATION
      • Chemical Stabilization
      • Physical Stabilization
  • DEVELOPMENTS IN POLYMER FOAM TECHNOLOGY
    • NEW BLOWING AGENTS
      • HCFC and CFC Replacements for CFCs
      • Hydrocarbons
      • Carbon Dioxide
      • Foam Blowing Without Auxiliary Blowing Agents
        • Variable-Pressure Foaming
        • Vacuum Forming
    • MICROCELLULAR FOAMS
  • POLYMER RECYCLING TECHNOLOGY
    • RECYCLING STATISTICS AND TRENDS
    • CONVENTIONAL (MECHANICAL OR PHYSICAL) RECYCLING
    • ADVANCED (CHEMICAL) RECYCLING
      • Depolymerization to Monomers
      • Depolymerization to Feedstocks
      • Waste-to-Energy Recycling (Incineration)
    • POLYURETHANE RECYCLING TECHNOLOGIES
      • Automobile Recycling
      • PUR Foam Recycling Technologies

CHAPTER 7 INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS

  • TRENDS IN THE U.S. PLASTIC RESINS INDUSTRY
  • PLAYERS IN THE U.S. PLASTIC FOAMS INDUSTRY
  • STRUCTURE OF THE U.S. POLYMERIC FOAMS INDUSTRY
  • BLOWING AGENT SUPPLIERS
    • PHYSICAL BLOWING AGENTS
    • CHEMICAL BLOWING AGENTS
      • Endothermic Agents
      • Exothermic Agents
  • PLASTIC RESIN SUPPLIERS
  • TABLE 35 NORTH AMERICAN PRODUCTION OF MAJOR THERMOPLASTIC RESINS, 2006-2013 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • POLYURETHANE RAW MATERIAL SUPPLIERS
    • ISOCYANATES
    • POLYOLS
    • POLYURETHANE FOAM SYSTEM SUPPLIERS
  • FOAM FABRICATORS AND MOLDERS
  • COMPANY CONSOLIDATION, RESTRUCTURING, ETC.
  • INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS
    • MAJOR FOREIGN PLAYERS
    • TRENDS OUTSIDE THE U.S.
      • New Applications for Foamed Plastics
      • Environmental Aspects
      • Polystyrene Foam Recovery
      • Polyurethane Recycling
      • Replacement of CFCs as Blowing Agents

CHAPTER 8 ENVIRONMENTAL, REGULATORY, AND PUBLIC POLICY ISSUES

  • FOAM PACKAGING ISSUES
    • FOOD SERVICE
    • PROTECTIVE SHIPPING PRODUCTS
      • Loose-Fill
  • CFC- AND HCFC-REPLACEMENT ISSUES
  • OZONE DEPLETION
    • CHRONOLOGY OF MAJOR EVENTS
      • The Clean Air Act and Amendments
      • Sherwood-Molina
      • United Nations Environment Programme
      • Montreal Protocol
      • Action by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
      • The 1990 Clean Air Act Amendment
      • CFC Ban
      • Ozone Layer Conference
    • EPA'S 1993 FINAL RULE AND SUBSEQUENT ACTIVITIES
    • OZONE-DEPLETION POTENTIAL
    • OPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR HCFC REDUCTION AND REPLACEMENT
    • TABLE 36 TECHNICAL OPTIONS FOR PLASTIC FOAM PROCESSORS FOR REPLACEMENT OF HCFCS AS BLOWING AGENTS
  • GREENHOUSE GASES
  • TABLE 37 OZONE DEPLETION AND GLOBAL-WARMING POTENTIALS (FRACTION OF CFC-11 ODP = 1.0)
  • FOAM RECYCLING AND RECOVERY
    • POLYSTYRENE FOAMS
    • POLYURETHANE FOAM
  • PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
    • THERMAL INSULATING STANDARDS (R-VALUES)
    • COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH, DIMENSIONAL STABILITY
  • POLYMER FOAM HEALTH AND SAFETY ISSUES
    • FLAMMABILITY
      • Polymeric Foams
      • Polyurethane Foams and Raw Materials
      • Flame Retardance
      • Upholstered Furniture
      • Recent Actions Regarding Foam Flammability
    • TOXICITY
      • Polyurethane Foams
      • TABLE 38 POTENTIAL HAZARDS OF POLYURETHANE FOAM COMPONENTS
      • Other Foams
  • ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS
    • FEDERAL
    • STATE AND LOCAL
  • PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS

CHAPTER 9 COMPANY PROFILES

  • INTRODUCTION
  • SUPPLIER COMPANIES
    • 20/20 CUSTOM MOLDED PLASTICS LTD.
    • ACH FOAM TECHNOLOGIES LLC
    • ADDIVANT
    • AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS INC.
    • AMERICAN EXCELSIOR INC.
    • AMERICHEM INC.
    • AMPACET CORP.
    • ARCH CHEMICALS INC. - SEE LONZA GROUP LTD.
    • ARKEMA INC.
    • BASF CORP.
    • BAYER MATERIAL SCIENCE LLC
    • BERGEN INTERNATIONAL LLC
    • BIDDLE SAWYER CORP.
    • BOYD CORP.
    • ER CARPENTER COMPANY
    • CELLOFOAM NORTH AMERICA INC.
    • CHEMTURA CORP.
    • CLARIANT CORP.
    • COIM USA INC.
    • CREATIVE FOAM CORP.
    • CREST FOAM INDUSTRIES INC.
    • CYLATEC INC.
    • DART CONTAINER CORP.
    • DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY (THE)
    • E.I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS AND CO.
    • EFP CORP.
    • ENDEX INTERNATIONAL
    • EVONIK FOAMS INC.
    • EXPANCEL
    • FERRO CORP.
    • FOAM PRODUCTS CORP.
    • FOAM SUPPLIES INC.
    • FREE FLOW PACKAGING INTERNATIONAL INC.
    • FUTURE FOAM INC.
    • FXI
    • GALATA CHEMICALS LLC
    • GENERAL FOAM PLASTICS CORP.
    • HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC.
    • HSM SOLUTIONS
    • HUNTSMAN CORP.
    • IGLOO PRODUCTS CORP.
    • JOHNSON CONTROLS INC.
    • LEAR CORP.
    • LONZA GROUP LTD.
    • LONZA INC. AND LONZA AMERICA INC.
    • LYONDELLBASELL INDUSTRIES
    • PACTIV LLC
    • PINTA ACOUSTIC INC.
    • PLASTOMER CORP.
    • REEDY CHEMICAL FOAM & SPECIALTY ADDITIVES
    • RMAX INC.
    • ROGERS CORP.
    • RUBICON LLC
    • SAINT-GOBAIN PERFORMANCE PLASTICS
    • SEALED AIR CORP.
    • SEKISUI AMERICA CORP.
    • SONOCO PRODUCTS CORP.
    • SPAN-AMERICA MEDICAL SYSTEMS INC.
    • STEPAN COMPANY
    • STOROPACK INC.
    • TEKNI-PLEX INC./DOLCO PACKAGING
    • TEXTILE RUBBER & CHEMICAL CO. INC.
    • TORAY PLASTICS (AMERICA) INC., PEF DIVISION
    • TREXEL INC.
    • UFP TECHNOLOGIES INC.
    • WFI GLOBAL LLC
    • WOODBRIDGE SALES & ENGINEERING INC.
    • ZOTEFOAMS INC.

CHAPTER 10 APPENDIX

  • GLOSSARY OF IMPORTANT TERMS, ABBREVIATIONS, AND ACRONYMS

LIST OF TABLES

  • SUMMARY TABLE U.S. MARKET FOR POLYMERIC FOAM BY RESIN FAMILY, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 1 VALUE OF U.S. CHEMICAL INDUSTRY SHIPMENTS, THROUGH 2012 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 2 NORTH AMERICAN PRODUCTION OF MAJOR THERMOPLASTIC RESINS, 2006-2013 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 3 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYMERIC FOAM BY RESIN FAMILY THROUGH 2020 (MILLIONS POUNDS)
  • TABLE 4 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYMERIC FOAM BLOWING AGENTS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 5 FOAM BLOWING APPLICATIONS OF HCFCS AND HFCS
  • TABLE 6 FOAM PRODUCTS/APPLICATIONS BLOWN WITH FLUOROCARBONS
  • TABLE 7 TYPICAL USE OF EXOTHERMIC CHEMICAL BLOWING AGENTS BY RESIN
  • TABLE 8 OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGES FOR EXOTHERMIC BLOWING AGENTS
  • TABLE 9 APPLICATIONS FOR EXOTHERMIC BLOWING AGENTS
  • TABLE 10 ADVANTAGES OF ENDOTHERMIC VS. EXOTHERMIC BLOWING AGENTS
  • TABLE 11 ADVANTAGES OF EXOTHERMIC VS. ENDOTHERMIC BLOWING AGENTS
  • TABLE 12 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYOLEFIN FOAM BY TYPE AND APPLICATION, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 13 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYSTYRENE FOAM BY TYPE AND APPLICATION, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 14 U.S. MARKET FOR ISOCYANATES IN POLYURETHANE FOAMS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 15 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYOLS IN POLYURETHANE FOAMS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 16 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYURETHANE FOAM BY TYPE AND APPLICATION, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 17 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYVINYL CHLORIDE FOAM BY TYPE AND APPLICATION, THROUGH 2015-2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 18 MAJOR APPLICATIONS OF PVC FOAMS, BY PROCESS AND APPLICATION
  • TABLE 19 U.S. MARKET FOR OTHER FOAM BY APPLICATION THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 20 GENERAL PERFORMANCE FACTOR COMPARISON OF CUSHIONING MATERIALS
  • TABLE 21 CATEGORIES AND TYPICAL PRODUCTS THAT REQUIRE PROTECTIVE PACKAGING
  • TABLE 22 POLYETHYLENE FOAM VS. FOAM-IN-PLACE POLYURETHANE FOAM FOR ELECTRONIC PRODUCT PACKAGING
  • TABLE 23 U.S. MARKET FOR POLYMERIC FOAM BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 24 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN APPLIANCE INSULATION, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 25 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN BUILDING/CONSTRUCTION, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 26 TYPICAL THERMAL INSULATION 'R' VALUES (BTU)
  • TABLE 27 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 28 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN FURNITURE/FURNISHINGS MARKETS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 29 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN MEDICAL APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 30 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN PACKAGING MARKETS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 31 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN TRANSPORTATION MARKETS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 32 SOME MISCELLANEOUS OTHER APPLICATIONS FOR POLYMERIC FOAMS
  • TABLE 33 U.S. MARKET FOR PLASTIC FOAMS IN MISCELLANEOUS OTHER MARKETS, THROUGH 2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 34 POLYURETHANE FOAM-POLYOL DEPENDENCY BASED ON POLYOL EQUIVALENT WEIGHT AND FUNCTIONALITY
  • TABLE 35 NORTH AMERICAN PRODUCTION OF MAJOR THERMOPLASTIC RESINS, 2006-2013 (MILLION POUNDS)
  • TABLE 36 TECHNICAL OPTIONS FOR PLASTIC FOAM PROCESSORS FOR REPLACEMENT OF HCFCS AS BLOWING AGENTS
  • TABLE 37 OZONE DEPLETION AND GLOBAL-WARMING POTENTIALS (FRACTION OF CFC-11 ODP = 1.0)
  • TABLE 38 POTENTIAL HAZARDS OF POLYURETHANE FOAM COMPONENTS

LIST OF FIGURES

  • SUMMARY FIGURE U.S. MARKET FOR POLYMERIC FOAM BY RESIN FAMILY, 2014-2020 (MILLION POUNDS)
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