Acoustic insulation market expected to reach $14,633 million by 2022 – press release – digital journal data recovery iso

Portland, OR — ( SBWIRE) — 05/15/2018 — Global acoustic insulation market was valued at $9,878 million in 2015, and is expected to reach $14,633 million by 2022, supported by a CAGR of 5.9% during the forecast period 2014 to 2022. Acoustic insulation is defined as a method to attenuate, deaden, or control sound and noise levels for environmental improvement and regulatory compliance.

Sound proofing and acoustic insulation materials are used either for noise reduction or noise absorption. Acoustic design is a complex facet of architecture and construction, and it is utilized to manufacture acoustic insulation systems to achieve proper acoustic quality of the buildings. Insulation prevents the transmission of airborne and structural noises between different rooms in a building. The global market for acoustic insulation was estimated to be $9,878 million in 2015.

The market is driven by the increase in health concerns towards noise pollution, rise in stringent noise pollution standards, growth in construction industry, and energy efficiency advantages provided by insulation materials. The market growth is restrained by low awareness on the importance of acoustics in emerging countries and slowdown of construction sector in Europe.

Other companies operating in the acoustic insulation value chain include DuPont Company, 3M Company, Hutchinson Group, JCW Group, Union Foam SpA, Dow Chemical Company, Insumate Ltd, Kingspan Group, Odenwald Faserplattenwerk GmbH, and STEICO SE.

The global market for acoustic insulation is segmented based on material type, end user, and geography. Geographically, the market is analyzed across four regions, namely, North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA along with their prominent countries. Based on material type, the market is divided into stone wool, glass wool, plastic foam, and others. Plastic foam is the most dominant material type in the acoustic insulation market. It possesses excellent sound absorbing and vibration dampening quality that contribute to higher comfort and safety levels. Acoustic insulation from these materials can reduce noise by around 50% in comparison to traditional materials such as bitumen sheet or fiber belt. Stone wool is estimated to be the fastest growing material type due to its higher efficiency, excellent thermal insulation, easy installation, and super fire resistance.

Based on geography, Europe is the major contributor to the revenue, followed by Asia-Pacific. The dominance of Europe is due to the strict building regulation and large transportation market of the region. The European acoustic insulation market generated $3,482 million in 2015 and is estimated to reach $4,795 million by 2022.

Rise in Health Concerns: Long-term exposure to noise affects the quality of life and physical health in people, resulting in annoyance and even illness. Residential and commercial spaces are exposed to high noise levels, which can cause physical damage to the ear, lead to stress-related illnesses, and other associated symptoms. Customers globally are protecting their buildings throughacoustic insulation to reduce noise annoyance and the negative health effects. The impact of this factor is presently high and is estimated to remain the same over the forecast period.

Stringent Noise Pollution Standards: The market for acoustic insulation is highly impacted by continuous rise in noise pollution-related standards. The World Health Organization (WHO) has formulated several noise guidelines in buildings in Europe, leading to reviewed effects on environmental noise on the health of people and triggering numerous initiatives and raised awareness in the urban population. The materials utilized for acoustic insulation have certain properties that help newly constructed buildings to meet the prescribed acoustic solutions required by current building regulations. The impact of this factor is presently moderate and is estimated to increase over the forecast period.

Construction Industry Growth: The market for acoustic insulation is influenced by the growing construction sector. Over the last few years, the market for new residential construction, remodeling, and repair activity is on a continuous rise as well as the commercial buildings and industrial sectors. U.S., Canada, and developing markets in Asia and Africa have shown major growth of construction industry. The building & construction sector offers lucrative growth opportunities over the forecast period.

Low Awareness in Developing Regions: Low awareness of acoustic insulation materials in emerging economies and high capital cost of acoustic insulation in building are factors that negatively impact the market. In developing markets such as India, Africa, and other Southeast Asian countries, acoustic insulation is still considered as luxury than a necessity. These markets also show general lack of awareness of acoustics and low awareness of the significant benefits of the most economic insulation. Customers in these countries consider acoustic insulation as only a sound proofing technique, and it is only limited to entertainment rooms in the house. Increase in awareness about acoustics would present growth for this market in these regions.

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