Antimicrobial Textiles Market 2019 Regional Trend | Growth Projections to 2025

An analysis of Antimicrobial Textiles Market has been provided in the latest report introduced by Global Market Insights, Inc. that primarily focuses on the market trends, demand spectrum, and future prospects of this industry over the forecast period.

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On the basis of application, antimicrobial textiles market is classified into medical, apparel, commercial and home. In medical, it is used in blankets & sheets, curtains, surgical supplies, attires and others. Uses in these products helps the hospitals & clinics maintain hygiene and restrict disease microbes from spreading to other patients. In apparels, antimicrobial textiles find its uses in sportswear, outdoor clothing, work wear and intimates. Sportswear accounts for the largest demand in this segment.

In commercial uses it is mainly found in protective wear, tents & window covers and in industrial laundry. At home, antimicrobials are used in bedding, carpets, curtains & drapes, towels and cleaning textiles. These wide range uses are likely to boost the global antimicrobial textile market.

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Global Antimicrobial Textiles Market Size will gain exponentially from 2017 to 2024 mainly due to growing awareness regarding better healthcare practices and its superior properties.
Antimicrobial fabrics are made or treated with antimicrobial chemicals which restrain the growth of bacterial microbes on the fabric. They are in huge demand from the healthcare industry as they find use in clinics and hospitals owing to hygiene and increasing healthcare awareness. They restrict the growth of microbes which further are a cause of spread of diseases.

Global healthcare revenue in 2016 was valued at around 1.60 trillion. The healthcare industry is driven due to increasing number of diseases, wide spreading epidemics, increase in number of minimally invasive surgeries and next generation stents. To maintain hygiene and precautions, new and developed products are emerging in the market, one of it being antimicrobial textiles.

The Antimicrobial Textiles Market Report Consists of,
1. Methodology and Scope
2. Executive Summary
3. Antimicrobial Textiles Industry Insights
3.1 Industry segmentation
3.2. Industry size, forecast and growth expectations, 2012 - 2023
3.3. Industry ecosystem analysis
3.4. Raw material insights
3.5. Technology insights
3.6. Regulatory framework
3.7. Industry dynamics
3.8. Key growth opportunities
3.9. Porter's analysis
3.10. Company market share, 2015
3.11. PESTEL analysis
3.14. Regional price trends
4. Antimicrobial Textiles Product Insights
5. Antimicrobial Textiles Application Insights
6. Antimicrobial Textiles Regional Insights
7. Competitor Profiles

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Apart from the healthcare industry, antimicrobial textiles market has a huge demand from the sports industry. Large scale use of antimicrobials in sports apparels and inner garments is driving the global antimicrobial textiles market demand rapidly.

Triclosan is commonly used for the production of antimicrobial textiles. Fluctuation in raw material prices due to availability of triclosan can hamper the antimicrobial textiles market growth in future. Furthermore, strict environmental regulations for the use of antimicrobials due to use of harmful chemicals can further create challenges for the global antimicrobial textiles market growth.

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Prominent players operating in the global antimicrobial textiles market include Herculite Products Inc., Trevira GmbH, Biocote Limited, Lonza Group Ltd., The Dow Chemical Company, BASF SE, Unitika Trading Co., Ltd., Sciessent LLC, Microban International, Ltd., Sanitized AG, Vestagen Protective Technologies, Inc, Purthread Technologies, Inc., Milliken Chemical and Lifethreads LLC to name some.

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