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The "Gas Separation Membranes Market by Material type (Polyimide & Polyaramide, Polysulfone, and Cellulose Acetate), Application (Nitrogen Generation & Oxygen Enrichment, Carbon Dioxide Removal, & Hydrogen Recovery), and Region - Global Forecast to 2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The gas separation membranes market size is estimated at USD 846 million in 2019 and is projected to reach USD 1.1 billion by 2024.

The growth of this market is attributed to the increasing demand for carbon dioxide removal in emerging countries such as China, India, Indonesia, and South Korea. However, regulations related to the plasticization of polymeric membranes are restraining the growth of the gas separation membranes market.

Gas separation membranes are used for degassing and separating gases from gas mixtures. Gas separation membranes are cost-effective due to low energy consumption and lower operation and maintenance costs. The applications of gas separation membranes include nitrogen generation & oxygen enrichment, hydrogen recovery, carbon dioxide removal, vapor/vapor separation, vapor/gas separation, air dehydration, and others.

Polyimide & polyaramide membrane materials have the largest share in the overall gas separation market. The vapor/vapor separation is projected to be the fastest-growing application of gas separation membranes during the forecast period.

The key players in this market include Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. (US), Air Liquide Advanced Separations (France), Ube Industries Ltd. (Japan), Honeywell UOP (US), Fujifilm Manufacturing Europe B.V. (Netherlands), Schlumberger Ltd. (US), DIC Corporation (Japan), Parker Hannifin Corporation (US), Membrane Technology and Research, Inc. (US), and Generon IGS, Inc. (US).

These players have adopted investment, expansion, acquisition, joint venture, and new product launch as their strategies to strengthen their market position.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Research Methodology

3 Executive Summary

4 Premium Insights

4.1 Attractive Opportunities in the Gas Separation Membranes Market

4.2 Gas Separation Membranes Market, By Material Type

4.3 Gas Separation Membranes Market, By Country

4.4 Gas Separation Membranes Market in APAC, By Application and Country

5 Market Overview

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Market Dynamics

5.2.1 Drivers Increasing Demand for Membranes in Carbon Dioxide Separation Processes Demand for Membrane Separation Technology in Nitrogen Generation and Syngas Cleaning Due to Its Cost-Effectiveness Increasing Demand for Biogas

5.2.2 Restraints Technical Disadvantages Over Other Gas Separation Technologies Plasticization of Polymeric Membranes in High-Temperature Applications

5.2.3 Opportunities Development of Mixed Matrix Membranes

5.2.4 Challenges Upscaling and Commercializing New Membranes

5.3 Porter's Five Force Analysis

6 Gas Separation Membranes Market, By Module

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Hollow Fiber

6.2.1 High Packing Density and Cost-Effectiveness of Hollow-Fiber Modules are Driving the Gas Separation Membranes Market

6.3 Spiral Wound

6.3.1 Spiral Wound Membranes Have Low Capital and Operating Costs

6.4 Plate and Frame

6.4.1 Demand for Plate and Frame Membrane Module is Driven By Its Capability to Handle High Solid Concentrations

7 Gas Separation Membranes Market, By Material Type

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Polyimide & Polyaramide

7.2.1 High Chemical and thermal Stability of Polyimide & Polyaramide Materials has Increased Its Demand

7.3 Polysulfone

7.3.1 High Resistance to Mineral Acids, Alkali, Electrolytes, and Oxidizing Agents of Polysulfone Materials is Driving the Market

7.4 Cellulose Acetate

7.4.1 Cellulose Acetate Membranes Offer Increased Selectivity

8 Gas Separation Membranes Market, By Application

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Nitrogen Generation & Oxygen Enrichment

8.2.1 Packaging and Storage Economical and Efficient Generation of Gases Through Membranes in the Packaging Industry is Positively Influencing the Market Growth

8.2.2 Metal Manufacturing and Fabrication

8.2.3 Electronics Onsite Membrane-Based Gas Manufacturing in the Electronics Industry is Boosting the Market Growth

8.2.4 Oil & Gas Need for Efficient and Reliable Membrane System for the Cost-Effective Generation of Nitrogen and Oxygen

8.2.5 Others

8.3 Hydrogen Recovery

8.3.1 Hydrogen Purification in Refineries Economical Hydrogen Recovery Method of Membranes Separation is Driving the Market

8.3.2 Syngas Processes Hydrogen Production in Syngas Processes With No Moving Parts is Increasing the Demand for Membranes

8.3.3 Hydrogen Recovery From Purge Gas High Purity Recovery of Hydrogen Through Membranes is Supporting the Market Growth

8.4 Carbon Dioxide Removal

8.4.1 Natural Gas Versatility, Adaptability, Environment Friendliness and Ease- Of-Operation Properties of Membranes are Driving the Market

8.4.2 Biogas Membranes are Widely Used for Easy Operation and High Purity Carbon Dioxide Generation

8.5 Vapor/Gas Separation

8.5.1 Demand Forrubbery Polymeric Membranes is Growing for Vapor/Gas Separation

8.6 Vapor/Vapor Separation

8.6.1 Vapor/Vapor Separation is the Fastest-Growing Application

8.7 Air Dehydration

8.7.1 Increased Demand for Membrane Dehydration in Industrial Applications is Propelling the Market Growth

9 Gas Separation Membranes, By Region

Competitive Landscape

Company Profiles

  • Air Products and Chemicals
  • Air Liquide Advanced Separations
  • UBE Industries
  • Honeywell Uop
  • Fujifilm Manufacturing Europe B.V.
  • Schlumberger Limited
  • DIC Corporation
  • Parker-Hannifin
  • Membrane Technology and Research
  • Generon IGS

Other Players

  • Evonik Industries AG
  • Grasys CJSC
  • Novamem Ltd.
  • Atlas Copco
  • Sepratek Inc.
  • Hydrogenics

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Source: Business Wire (July 29, 2019 - 6:28 AM EDT)

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