The Global Manmade And Special Fiber Fabrics Market size is projected to grow from USD 47.87 Billion in 2018 to USD 71.92 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 5.2%. Major driving factors for the growth are the increasing demand for high-quality and durable textiles that offer improved performance properties such as colorfastness, anti-pilling, flame retardance, and water repellence; growing construction industry worldwide; increase in disposable income; government regulations on environmental protection leading to increased production of eco-friendly products; etc.
Manmade And Special Fiber Fabrics are generally made of synthetic fibers, such as nylon or rayon. It is a fabric with artificial fibers manufactured from chemical substances to imitate natural ones. Man-made textiles may also be used for specific purposes, like the development of protective clothing by firefighters (asbestos) or astronauts (Nomex). The properties that distinguish man-made textile production from other methods include mass production, low costs in comparison to natural fibers, quickness in the creation process, and ease of dying different colors. A variety of materials can be produced synthetically including cotton; flax; hemp; jute; woolen material made out of sheep's hair instead of animal fur - cashmere.
On the basis of Type, the market is segmented into nylon, rayon, polyester, polyethylene, polypropylene, and Acetate.
Nylon is a synthetic fiber manufactured from coal, air, and water. The cellulose nitrate or viscose rayon are converted to the diamine chain which is then reacted with dinitrophenol (DNP) and diphenylamine. Nylon 1112 has different properties than those of other nylon fibers because it contains two amide groups instead of one: this feature gives it greater strength against stress cracks when compared to traditional nylon 11.
Nylons are typically combined with cotton or wool for more comfort in wearability, and these fabrics may also be blended with elastane that provides a certain amount of stretchiness for the increased flexibility of movement. In some cases, nylons can be mixed with other synthetic fibers, such as acrylics or polyesters.
Rayon is also a manmade fiber manufactured from wood pulp that can be created with either regenerated cellulose (cellulose in its original state) or dissolving old cotton and linen fabric into an acid bath to create a viscous liquid called viscose. It was discovered by Charles Frederick Cross of Great Britain during his experiments on the production of artificial silk. The word rayon derives from “ray” which means sunshine in French and it indicates the similarity between rays of sunlight and this new type of textile made from pure chemical compounds. Compared to traditional fabrics like wool, cotton, etc., rayons are lightweight materials with a high resistance to wear.
Polyesters are a type of synthetic fiber that can be found in many different textile products, such as clothing and carpets. The material was first developed by the chemists' Otto Bayer and Edgar Stillman during World War II because natural fibers were scarce for fabric production due to shortages caused by wartime needs. The polyester itself has been used commercially since 1954 when it became available commercially from DuPont Chemicals under the trade name Orlon. Nowadays, there are three types of polymers: olefins (linear chains which form ethylene gas), styrenics (chains with rings), and vinyl (chains with double or triple bonds).
Polyethylene is a thermoplastic polymer. Polyethylene can be used in food packaging because it does not react with foods and has an excellent oxygen barrier property. It's also commonly applied to well-known products such as CD cases (polypropylene), yogurt containers, and milk jugs (both made of high-density polyethylene). Polyethylenes are highly versatile materials that provide many benefits for consumers: their low weight reduces fuel consumption when they're transported; the material resists corrosion from moisture and acidity; its insulation properties save energy during storage at both cold and hot temperatures; it keeps contents fresh longer than most plastics due to its lack of pores-even without additional coatings like waxes.
Polypropylene is a type of thermoplastic polymer that can be found in many different products. Polypropylene has been used for packaging because it does not react with foods, and also commonly applied to well-known products such as CD cases (polypropylene), yogurt containers, and milk jugs (both made of high-density polyethylene). Its versatility provides consumers many benefits: low weight reduces fuel consumption when transported; resists corrosion from water or acidity; insulation properties save energy during storage at both cold and hot temperatures; freshness remains longer than most plastic due to lack of pores even without wax coating.
Acetate is a type of polyester fabric that has been treated with acetic acid. Acetate fabrics have many benefits such as being able to be laundered (and pressed), resists wrinkles, and can easily be dyed in different colors without fading or running. The ease of production gives consumers the benefit of affordability while still maintaining quality. It also has resistance against shrinkage and colorfastness properties which makes it great for garments such as dresses and skirts.
On the basis of Application, the market is segmented into Construction, Apparel, and Others. The apparel segment covers a broad range of applications where man-made fibers are utilized for clothing purposes including casual wear (shirts & blouses), sportswear (athletic gear) dress wear (suits), or evening gowns. They may be woven into any type of textile-like cotton etc.
The construction segment includes the use of manmade fiber fabrics in home furnishings as well as the automotive industry for upholstery such as headliners and interior panels. In addition to this, many furniture manufacturers have also started using these materials in their products due to their ability to resist shrinkage when used with heat which is crucial during the production of furniture containing synthetic fabric coverings.
On the basis of Region, the market is segmented into North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa. The market in the United States is accounted for by significantly higher demand from the construction segment owing to extensive use of manmade fibers in fiberglass insulation panels that are used extensively throughout homes and commercial buildings.
Up Market Research published a new report titled “Manmade and Special Fiber Fabrics Market research report which is segmented by Types (Nylon, Rayon, Polyester, Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Acetate), By Applications (Construction, Apparel, Others), By Players/Companies Bridgestone, Univex, Bayer, BASF, DuPont”.
|Report Attributes||Report Details|
|Report Title||Manmade and Special Fiber Fabrics Market Research Report|
|By Type||Nylon, Rayon, Polyester, Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Acetate|
|By Application||Construction, Apparel, Others|
|By Companies||Bridgestone, Univex, Bayer, BASF, DuPont|
|Regions Covered||North America, Europe, APAC, Latin America, MEA|
|Historical Year||2018 to 2019 (Data from 2010 can be provided as per availability)|
|Number of Pages||227|
|Number of Tables & Figures||159|
|Customization Available||Yes, the report can be customized as per your need.|
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The market is segmented by Type Nylon, Rayon, Polyester, Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Acetate and By Application Construction, Apparel, Others.
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Based on region, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa (MEA). North America region is further bifurcated into countries such as U.S., and Canada. The Europe region is further categorized into U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe. Asia Pacific is further segmented into China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, South East Asia, and Rest of Asia Pacific. Latin America region is further segmented into Brazil, Mexico, and Rest of Latin America, and the MEA region is further divided into GCC, Turkey, South Africa, and Rest of MEA.
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