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各種濾過プロセス用テクニカルファブリックの市場機会の分析

Technical Fabrics in Filtration- Opportunity Assessment

発行 Frost & Sullivan 商品コード 820551
出版日 ページ情報 英文 62 Pages
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各種濾過プロセス用テクニカルファブリックの市場機会の分析 Technical Fabrics in Filtration- Opportunity Assessment
出版日: 2019年03月29日 ページ情報: 英文 62 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、各種濾過プロセス用テクニカルファブリックの市場を調査し、濾過プロセスの概要、各種用途におけるメリット、各種濾過プロセスにおけるテクニカルファブリックの重要性、各種用途における要件、濾過技術区分別の製品開発動向などをまとめています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 濾過プロセスについて

  • 規制遵守・環境リスクの低減:濾過プロセス利用における重要因子
  • 吸着・吸収・膜濾過:主な濾過技術のタイプ
  • 吸着:最大面での微量汚染物質除去が可能
  • 吸収:全体量からの汚染吸収を目指す
  • 膜ベースの濾過技術:汚染除去のための化学物質の添加が不要

第3章 濾過のためのテクニカルファブリック:概要

  • テクニカルファブリック:低コスト性・膜の性能向上から膜濾過に採用
  • 耐久性・低吸湿性・厚さ調整などの特徴からテクニカルファブリックの使用が増加
  • 不織布:濾過プロセスに使用されるテクニカルファブリックの中でもっとも重要
  • ガラス繊維合成不織布:特に粒子濾過で好まれる
  • テクニカルファブリックのR&D:付加価値に焦点
  • イノベーション:テクニカルファブリックの潜在的用途拡大に焦点
  • 産業要件を満たすテクニカルファブリックの開発に用いられる各種素材・プロセス

第4章 精密濾過におけるテクニカルファブリック

  • コットン&ポリエステルなどのテクニカルファブリック:精密濾過用途に多く用いられる
  • 低操作圧力・費用対効果:精密濾過でテクニカルファブリックを使用するメリット
  • フィルター効率・耐薬品性の向上した精密濾過用ファブリックの開発
  • 運用コストを低減し、省エネ性を実現する精密濾過用ファブリックの焦点に

第5章 限外濾過におけるテクニカルファブリック

  • 様々な種類の繊維が限外濾過プロセスに使用されている
  • 低操作圧力・低エネ生:限外濾過にテクニカルファブリックを用いるメリット
  • タンパク質を効率的に分離し、低圧操作が可能な限外濾過用ファブリックが開発中
  • 高品質の透過を可能にし、微生物を効率的に除去する限外濾過用ファブリックも注目されている

第6章 ナノ濾過におけるテクニカルファブリック

  • ナノ濾過:医薬品・食品&飲料産業で注目を集めている
  • 耐薬品性・コスト効率:ナノ濾過におけるテクニカルファブリックのメリット
  • 選択的分離を実現するナノ濾過用ファブリックが開発中
  • 超高温での性能を維持する濾過用ファブリックが開発中

第7章 逆浸透におけるテクニカルファブリック

  • 逆浸透:水・廃水処理で主に使用されている
  • プロセス効率・耐薬品性:主なメリット
  • 海水淡水化における不要塩分の高い除去能力を実現する濾過用ファブリックが開発中
  • 塩水の発生とエネルギー消費量を減らすファブリックへの関心の高まり

第8章 正浸透におけるテクニカルファブリック

  • 正浸透プロセスにおける利用環境:逆浸透に似ている
  • 防汚特性・低圧適用性:メリット
  • 防汚特性を実現する濾過用ファブリックが開発中
  • より高い除去率を有するファブリックも開発中

第9章 粒子濾過におけるテクニカルファブリック

  • HVAC用途で主に使用
  • 粉塵除去率・高透過性:主なメリット
  • 高耐食性のファブリックが開発中
  • 自動車産業向け油汚染物質分離促進ファブリックも焦点に

第10章 アナリストによる展望

第11章 コンタクト情報

目次
Product Code: D8AC

Technical Fabrics Increase Efficiency, Promote Durability and Facilitate Energy Savings of Filtration Processes

Filtration is of utmost importance due to its ability to reduce contaminants in the effluent stream, air or water. Filtration technologies are primarily classified based on adsorption, absorption and membrane filtration. Technical fabrics are usually filter- and screen-based fabrics made using varied materials, which include natural fibers like cotton and wool, synthetic fibers like polyester, polyamide, polypropylene, glass and ceramic fibers. The use of technical fabric is gaining relevance in filtration processes across industrial, transportation and residential applications. They are predominantly incorporated into membrane filtration processes with non-woven fabrics widely adopted to increase the efficiency of the filtration processes. Membranes incorporated with the fabrics are more effective due to its complex 3D structure. While a wide range of materials/fibers are used for developing the fabrics, synthetic polymer-based fibers made using materials like polyethylene, polyamide, polypropylene are dominant.

This research service titled “Technical Fabrics in Filtration- Opportunity Assessment“ discusses the recent developments in technical fabrics focused on filtration technologies. It also assess the role of technical fabrics in each filtration technology and the emerging opportunities for the same in filtration industry. The research also provides a deep dive analysis of potential use of technical fabrics in key filtration technologies.

In brief, the research study captures the following:

  • Overview of various filtration technologies and the role of technical fabrics in the same.
  • Assessment of key innovations, research focus areas and technology developments.
  • Key factors that influence the adoption of technical fabrics in filtration technologies.
  • Noteworthy developments related to technical fabrics for various filtration technologies.
  • Mapping of use of technical fabrics to filtration to end-use industries.
  • Emerging opportunities for technology developers of technical fabrics in filtration

Table of Contents

1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Research Scope
  • 1.2. Research Methodology
  • 1.3. Key Findings
  • 1.3. Key Findings (continued)
  • 1.4. Some of the Major Challenges Faced by Membrane Filtration Addressed by Technical Fabrics

2.0 INTRODUCTION TO FILTRATION PROCESSES

  • 2.1. Adherence to Regulations and Reduction of Environmental Hazards are Key Factors That Govern the Use of Filtration Processes
  • 2.2. Adsorption, Absorption and Membrane Filtration are Key Types Of Filtration Technologies
  • 2.3. Adsorption Provides Larger Surface Area for Removal of Micro Pollutants
  • 2.4. Absorption Aims to Capture Pollutants in its Entire Volume
  • 2.5. Membrane-based Filtration Technologies Works Without the Use Of Additional Chemicals to Eliminate Contaminants

3.0 OVERVIEW OF TECHNICAL FABRICS IN FILTRATION

  • 3.1. Technical Fabrics are Being Adopted in Membrane Filtration as They are Cost Effective and Increase the Performance of Membranes
  • 3.2. Characteristics Such as Durability, Low Moisture Absorption And Thickness Control Increases the Use of Technical Fabrics
  • 3.3. Non-wovens are Foremost Amongst Technical Fabrics Used For Filtration Processes
  • 3.4. Non-woven Synthetic Fabrics are Preferred Across Applications With Glass Fibers Gaining Prominence esp. in Particle Filtration
  • 3.5. Technical Fabrics Based R&D Efforts Focused on Providing Value Added Benefits
  • 3.6. Innovations Focused on Increasing Application Potential of Technical Fabrics
  • 3.7. Varied Materials and Processes Used to Develop Technical Fabrics that Meet Industry Requirements

4.0 TECHNICAL FABRICS IN MICROFILTRATION

  • 4.1. Technical Fabrics Such as Cotton and Polyester are Used to Make Technical Fabrics for Microfiltration Applications
  • 4.2. Low Operational Pressure and Cost Efficiency are Key Benefits for Using Technical Fabrics In Microfiltration
  • 4.3. Microfiltration Filter Fabrics With Improved Filter Efficiency and Chemical Resistance Being Developed
  • 4.4. Microfiltration Filter Fabrics, Which Lowers Operating Costs and Impart Energy Savings are Also of Focus

5.0 TECHNICAL FABRICS IN ULTRAFILTRATION

  • 5.1. Wide Range of Fibers are Used for Ultrafiltration Processes for Varied Applications
  • 5.2. Low Operational Pressure and Low Energy Consumption are Key Benefits for Using Technical Fabrics in Ultrafiltration
  • 5.3. Ultrafiltration Filter Fabrics to Efficiently Separate Proteins and Operate at Low Pressures Being Developed
  • 5.4. Ultrafiltration Filter Fabrics That Enable High Quality Permeation and Efficiently Removes Microbes are Also of Focus

6.0 TECHNICAL FABRICS IN NANOFILTRATION

  • 6.1. Nanofiltration is Gaining Prominence in Pharma and Food & Beverage Industries
  • 6.2. Chemical Resistance and Cost Efficiency are Key Benefits of Technical Fabrics in Nanofiltration
  • 6.3. Nanofiltration Filter Fabrics Enable Selective Separation of Organics From Influent Stream are Being Developed
  • 6.4. Filter Fabrics Which Enable Performance at Very High Temperatures are Being Developed

7.0 TECHNICAL FABRICS IN REVERSE OSMOSIS

  • 7.1. Reverse Osmosis is Predominantly Used in Water and Wastewater Treatment
  • 7.2. Process Efficiency and Chemical Resistance are the Key Benefits Offered by Technical Fabrics in Reverse Osmosis
  • 7.3. Filter Fabrics Which Enable Have High Rejection Capability of Unnecessary Salts for Desalination Are Being Developed
  • 7.4. Fabrics That Reduces the Generation of Brine and Also Reduces the Average Energy Consumption are Also of Interest

8.0 TECHNICAL FABRICS IN FORWARD OSMOSIS

  • 8.1. Application Landscape of Forward Osmosis Process is Similar to That of Reverse Osmosis
  • 8.2. Anti-Fouling Properties and Low Pressure Applicability are the Main Benefits Offered by Technical Fabrics in Forward Osmosis
  • 8.3. Filter Fabrics Enabling Anti-fouling Properties are Being Developed
  • 8.4. Fabrics With Higher Rejection Rate are Also Part of Developmental Efforts

9.0 TECHNICAL FABRICS IN PARTICLE FILTRATION

  • 9.1. Particle Filtration Predominantly Used in HVAC Applications
  • 9.2. Dust Removal Efficiency and High Permeability are Key Advantages That Technical Fabrics Offer in Particle Filtration
  • 9.3. Fabrics With High Corrosion Resistance are Being Developed
  • 9.4. Fabrics Facilitating Separation Of Oil Contaminants in Automotive Industry is Also of Focus

10. ANALYST'S PERSPECTIVES

  • 10.1. Filtration Companies are Key Influencers in the Industry Value Chain
  • 10.2. Forward Integration into Filtration Module Development by Fabric Developers is Gaining Traction
  • 10.3. Use of Technical Fabrics for Various Applications Poised to Increase Efficiency of Filtration Processes

11.0 KEY CONTACTS

  • 11.1. Select List of Industry Contacts
  • Legal Disclaimer
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