The North America zeolite market reached a volume of 1.44 Million Tons in 2019. Zeolites refer to crystalline solid structures made from silicon, aluminum and oxygen. It forms a three-dimensional framework with pores and channels, which contain water and other small molecules. The crystalline structure of zeolite is also known as molecular sieve due to the gaps in it. The natural form of zeolite occurs in volcanic rocks while it is synthetically obtained from aluminosilicate gels. On account of their microporous structure, zeolites are widely used in several industries, such as pharmaceutical, detergents, agriculture, nuclear, biogas, refinery and construction.
The North America zeolite market is being currently driven by several factors. The increasing demand for zeolites as a softening agent in the soap and detergent industry has catalyzed the market growth in the region. Furthermore, rising environmental concerns against the usage of phosphate has also stimulated the demand for zeolites across several industries. Moreover, zeolites possess cleansing and quality-enhancing abilities which help in the production of high-quality chemical products and transportation fuels. On account of this, zeolites are widely utilized, as absorbents and catalysts, in the oil refining and petrochemical industries in the region, thereby stimulating the market growth. In addition to this, with the rapid population growth coupled with the surge of cleaner fuels is expected to spur the demand for zeolites in the region. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the North America zeolite market to exhibit moderate growth during the next five years.
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