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The production method of pyrogenic highly-dispersed silicon dioxide involves the

process which is based on


continuous vapour phase hydrolysis of silicon tetrachloride SiCl4.
The first mass production of fumed silica has been launched in 1944.
During the process, the silicon tetrachloride in gas phase reacts with water forming
in H2-O2 flame, with the
reaction temperature 1000°C:
2H2 + O2 + SiCl4 → SiO2 + 4HCl
The only by-product formed is hydrochloric acid that is
Microscope image of particles agglomerates utilised and processed according to the
strict
environmental standards.
By varying the concentration of the reagents, flame temperature and dwell time of
the silica in the
combustion chamber, it is possible to influence the particle size, particle size
distribution, surface area and
surface properties of silica within wide limits.
Application in Different Fields
It is used as a filling agent in dozens of applications, due largely to unique
properties of the particles: ultra
fine size, homogeneity, spherical shape and utmost purity. When added in liquids, it
causes thickening effect
that is of significant importance for the production of lubricants, lacquers, paints,
glues and medicines.
1. Adhesives and sealants
Fumed silica is effective and integral component in adhesive
and sealant systems. With addition in glues, it prevents
sedimentation, enhances viscosity, provides less setting time,
reduces stretching of fibres (filaments) in glues and increases
adhesive power dramatically. Apart from thickening effect,
fumed silica secures the desired mechanical strength of a
sealant when the latter is cured.
Silicone sealants feature the following particular traits:
• Good weatherability and resistance in aggressive environment
• Enhanced adhesion to most of construction materials without priming
• Excellent movement accommodation (no less than 20%)
• Improved thermal and cold resistance – maintains performability (remains resilient
and elastic) within
temperatures -50° to +200°C
• Easy handling in wide temperature ranges (surface applications -30° to +60°C)
2. Pharmaceuticals and cosmetics
In pharmacy, the product has found its application as an inert
carrier and stabiliser of the active ingredient.
The silica provides desired consistency for pastes and ointments
and prevents separation of components as well. Also, it is used as
an auxiliary for the production of drops and pills.
In medical applications, the most crucial advantage is that all the
substances adsorbed on surface of the silica before, e.g. in
medicines, are then desorbed gradually and completely in aqueous
environment of human body, thus securing lasting effect and
enhancing performance of medicines.
Fumed silica is an enterosorbent, i.e. an agent that absorbs and removes
substances harmful and toxic to the
body from intestinal tract.
Thanks to its absorbing ability, the silica outperforms greatly all the existing medical
sorbents. Binding rate
for micro-organisms accounts for up 3 billion microbes in 1g of the sorbent. This
extraordinary absorbing
effect is conditioned by the phenomenon of micro-organisms’ agglutination via
particles of the silica.
Fumed silica is used on large scale in the production of toothpaste. It keeps teeth
enamel safe providing
excellent polish and serves as a carrier of active ingredients in gel toothpaste.
3. Manufacturing of Plastics
Glass-fibre plastics are used exceptionally for the fabrication of plastic frames in
shipbuilding, for which raw
materials like unsaturated polyesters (UPRs) and reinforcing glass fillers are
required:
- in low-viscosity polyester resins with good wet-in features, fumed silica promotes
levelling and prevents
cracking and sagging during the manufacturing of polyester-based glass fibre
plastics.
- fumed silica delivers thixotropic properties to polyester and epoxy resins. Also, it
can be used as antiblocking
agent in polymer films. In the production of PVC resins, the silica enables to adjust
their operating
viscosity.
4. Paints and lacquers
Here, fumed silica functions as a stabiliser and anti-settling agent of
pigments and as an anti-sedimentation additive. It improves
thixotropic and rheological properties of coatings and paint systems,
retains original transparency of lacquers. Furthermore, addition of the
silica enhances hardening of coating film, adhesion to surfaces, as
well as reduces deterioration rate of the coatings and fading of
materials with transparent top coating. Besides, it helps to prevent
run-off and sag of paints applied on vertical surfaces, thus ensuring
top quality levelling. The silica is used as a matting agent of lacquer
systems, whereas the desired effect may be adjusted within wide
ranges.
5. Rubber industry
Fumed silica is active reinforcing filler used in the production of silicon rubbers.
Primarily, the silica makes it
easier to prepare rubber mixtures by reducing sticking to the rollers. It is the most
significant additive
designed to acquire lightweight durable and high quality colour rubbers used in the
manufacturing of soles,
rubber cloths, sanitation and hygiene items, etc.
- fumed silica is easy to be mixed and disperses freely in rubbers.
It can be utilised in the following technological processes and products:
- in rubber-fabric articles to assure enhanced durability (hosepipes, belts,
conveyors);
- in the fabrication of neoprene- and SKN-based items which are oil- and gas-proof.
- items subject to repeatedly bending (conveyor belt, rubber hoses);
Modified Grades of Fumed Silica
The methyl-modified silica is heat-resistant organophilic products which features
hydrophobic properties. It is
obtained through chemical modification of ultra fine silica’s surface by means of
chloroorganic silanes.
High dispersion and surface chemistry allow to add hydrophobic silica as a
thickening and matting agent as
well as a reinforcing filler in different compounds. With addition in the formulation of
varied paint and
lacquer systems, modified silica enhances water, thermal and frost resistance of
coated surfaces and
provides their safety in aggressive environment not favourable to proper operation.
Hydrophobic silica enables to acquire non-porous silicone rubbers and mixtures that
have longer life
performance in damp and wet form suitable for the fabrication of cable rubbers and
other applications.
Tangible effect is seen in free-flowing materials where methyl silica is added as anti-
caking agent. For
instance, in extinguishing powder chemicals, it increases their flowability and
extinguishing effect by 6 to 7
times.
Multiple tests with modified fumed silica have resulted in the synthesis of heat- and
water-resistant
lubricants that can be used in industrial applications.
Using of methyl silica as a filling agent in polymer compounds, as a thixotropic
thickener in grease lubricants,
and as an additive preventing the settling in lacquers and paints secures
manufacturing of high quality
products.
Cabot Sanmar manufactures the entire range of untreated grades of Fumed Silica with
the surface area ranging from 130 sq. mt. per gram to 380 sq. mt. per gram. With an
annual production capacity in excess of 1,000 tons, it has a significant domestic market
share. It also manufactures certain treated grades of Fumed Silica.

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Specialty Silicas to 2013 - Demand and Sales Forecasts, Market Share, Market Size, Market Leaders
Study #: 2491
Published: 04/2009
Pages: 203
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Specialty Silicas to 2013 - Market Research, Market Share, Market Size, Sales, Demand Forecast,
Market Leaders, Company Profiles, Industry Trends
US specialty silica demand is projected to increase 3.7 percent annually through 2013, led by healthy
advances in the large precipitated silica segment. The tire rubber market will expand at an above-
average rate, reflecting greater us of precipitated silica in the production of “green” tires, which offer
increased fuel efficiency and enhanced performance.
This study analyzes the $1.4 billion US specialty silica industry. It presents historical demand data for
the years 1998, 2003 and 2008, and forecasts for 2013 and 2018 by product (e.g., precipitated silica,
fumed silica, silica gel, silica sol, fused silica) and market (e.g., rubber, cosmetics and toiletries,
chemicals, coatings and inks).
The study also considers market environment factors, details industry structure, evaluates company
market share and profiles 28 industry players, including PPG Industries, Evonik Industries and Cabot.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION PAGE

INTRODUCTION viii

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4


General 4
Macroeconomic Outlook 5
Manufacturing Outlook 9
Historical Trends 12
Pricing & Product Mix 14
Technology 16
World Demand 19
Foreign Trade 21
Imports 22
Exports 24

III. PRODUCTS 26
General 26
Precipitated Silica 29
Supply & Demand 30
Markets 32
Capacity & Producers 36
Fumed Silica 40
Supply & Demand 41
Markets 42
Capacity & Producers 45
Silica Gel 48
Supply & Demand 49
Markets 51
Capacity & Producers 54
Silica Sol 56
Supply & Demand 57
Markets 59
Capacity & Producers 61
Fused Silica 66
Supply & Demand 66
Markets 67
Capacity & Producers 69

IV. MARKETS 72
General 72
Rubber 75
Rubber Outlook 76
Silica Demand 77
Nontire Rubber 79
Tire Rubber 81
Cosmetics & Toiletries 84
Cosmetic & Toiletry Outlook 85
Silica Demand 88
Chemicals 90
Chemical Product Outlook 91
Silica Demand 94
Coatings & Inks 98
Coatings & Inks Outlook 98
Silica Demand 100
Electrical & Electronic Equipment 102
Electrical & Electronic Equipment Outlook 103
Silica Demand 105
Plastics 109
Plastics Outlook 109
Silica Demand 112
Food & Beverages 115
Food & Beverage Outlook 115
Silica Demand 117
Agriculture & Animal Health 120
Agriculture Outlook 121
Silica Demand 124
Paper & Textiles 127
Paper & Textile Outlook 128
Silica Demand 130
Metals & Refractories 134
Metal & Refractory Outlook 135
Silica Demand 138
Other 140
Adhesives & Sealants 142
Packaging 143
Insulation 144
Water Treatment 145

V. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 147


General 147
Market Share 148
PPG Industries 151
Evonik Industries 151
Cabot 152
Huber 152
Grace 153
Acquisitions & Divestitures 153
Competitive Strategies 155
Manufacturing 160
Marketing & Distribution 161
Company Profiles 163
Akzo Nobel NV 164
AZ Electronic Materials USA Corporation 166
Bayer AG 167
C-E Minerals Incorporated, see Imerys SA
Cabot Corporation 168
Cabot Microelectronics Corporation 170
Ceradyne Incorporated 171
Clariant International Limited 173
DA NanoMaterials LLC, see DuPont (EI) de Nemours
Denki Kagaku Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha 174
DENTSPLY International Incorporated 175
DuPont (EI) de Nemours 176
Eka Chemicals Incorporated, see Akzo Nobel NV
EMD Chemicals Incorporated, see Merck KGaA
Evonik Industries AG 178
Glassven CA 179
Grace (WR) & Company 180
Huber (JM) Corporation 182
Imerys SA 184
Industrias Quimicas del Ebro SA 185
INEOS Silicas, see PQ Corporation
Merck KGaA 186
Minco Incorporated, see Ceradyne Incorporated
Multisorb Technologies Incorporated 187
Nalco Holdings LLC 189
Nissan Chemical Industries Limited 190
Orisil Limited 191
PEMCO, see Precision Electro Minerals Company
PPG Industries Incorporated 192
PQ Corporation 194
Precision Electro Minerals Company Incorporated 196
Qingdao Makall Group Incorporated 197
Rhodia SA 198
Tokuyama Corporation 200
Wacker-Chemie AG 201
Other Companies Mentioned in the Study 203

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE NUMBER PAGE

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


Summary Table 3

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT


1 Macroeconomic Indicators 9
2 Manufacturers' Shipments 11
3 Specialty Silica Market, 1998-2008 13
4 Specialty Silica Pricing 16
5 Specialty Silica Foreign Trade 22

SECTION III -- PRODUCTS


1 Specialty Silica Demand by Type 27
2 Precipitated Silica Supply & Demand 32
3 Precipitated Silica Markets 36
4 Precipitated Silica Capacity, 2008 39
5 Fumed Silica Supply & Demand 42
6 Fumed Silica Markets 45
7 Fumed Silica Capacity, 2008 47
8 Silica Gel Supply & Demand 51
9 Silica Gel Markets 54
10 Silica Gel Capacity, 2008 56
11 Silica Sol Supply & Demand 58
12 Silica Sol Markets 61
13 Silica Sol Capacity, 2008 65
14 Fused Silica Supply & Demand 67
15 Fused Silica Markets 69
16 Fused Silica Capacity, 2008 71

SECTION IV -- MARKETS
1 Specialty Silica Demand by Market 73
2 Rubber Consumption 77
3 Rubber Markets for Specialty Silicas by Type 78
4 Nontire Rubber Market for Specialty Silicas 80
5 Tire Rubber Market for Specialty Silicas 84
6 Cosmetic & Toiletry Shipments 88
7 Cosmetic & Toiletry Market for Specialty Silicas by Type 90
8 Chemical Product Shipments 94
9 Chemical Market for Specialty Silicas by Type & Application 97
10 Coatings & Inks Shipments 100
11 Coatings & Inks Market for Specialty Silicas by Type 102
12 Electrical & Electronic Equipment Shipments 105
13 Electrical & Electronic Equipment Market for Specialty Silicas
by Type 108
14 Plastics Indicators 111
15 Plastics Market for Specialty Silicas by Type & Application 114
16 Food & Beverage Shipments 117
17 Food & Beverage Market for Specialty Silicas
by Type & Application 120
18 Agriculture Indicators 124
19 Agriculture & Animal Health Market For Specialty Silicas
by Type 127
20 Paper & Textile Product Shipments 130
21 Paper & Textile Market for Specialty Silicas by Type 134
22 Metal & Refractory Shipments 138
23 Metal & Refractory Market for Specialty Silicas by Type 140
24 Other Markets for Specialty Silicas by Type & Application 142

SECTION V -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE


1 Specialty Silica Sales by Company, 2008 149
2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 155
3 Selected Cooperative Agreements 160

LIST OF CHARTS

CHART NUMBER PAGE

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT


1 Specialty Silica Market, 1998-2008 14
2 Specialty Silica Flow Chart 18
3 Specialty Silica Imports by Source, 2008 23
4 Specialty Silica Exports by Destination, 2008 25

SECTION III -- PRODUCTS


1 Specialty Silica Demand by Type, 2008:
Value Versus Volume 28

SECTION IV -- MARKETS
1 Specialty Silica Demand by Market, 2008:
Value Versus Volume 74

SECTION V -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE


1 US Specialty Silica Market Share, 2008 150
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - SPECIALTY SILICAS TO 2013 $70.00

Overview $30.00

SPECIALTY SILICA DEMAND (million dollars) 2003 - 2018 $40.00

MARKET ENVIRONMENT - SPECIALTY SILICAS TO 2013 $800.00

General $30.00

Macroeconomic Outlook (1 of 4) $30.00

Macroeconomic Outlook (2 of 4) $30.00

Macroeconomic Outlook (3 of 4) $30.00

Macroeconomic Outlook (4 of 4) $30.00

MACROECONOMIC INDICATORS (billion 2000 dollars) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Manufacturing Outlook (1 of 2) $30.00

Manufacturing Outlook (2 of 2) $30.00

MANUFACTURERS’ SHIPMENTS 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Historical Trends $30.00

SPECIALTY SILICA MARKET, 1998 - 2008 $40.00

Pricing & Product Mix (1 of 2) $30.00


Pricing & Product Mix (2 of 2) $30.00

SPECIALTY SILICA PRICING (dollars per pound) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Technology $30.00

SPECIALTY SILICA FLOW CHART $30.00

World Demand for Specialty Silicas (1 of 3) $30.00

World Demand for Specialty Silicas (2 of 3) $30.00

World Demand for Specialty Silicas (3 of 3) $30.00

US Foreign Trade $30.00

SPECIALTY SILICA FOREIGN TRADE (million pounds) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Specialty Silicas - Imports $30.00

SPECIALTY SILICA IMPORTS BY SOURCE, 2008 (percent) $30.00

Specialty Silicas - Exports $30.00

SPECIALTY SILICA EXPORTS BY DESTINATION, 2008 (percent) $30.00

PRODUCTS - SPECIALTY SILICAS TO 2013 $1,660.00

Overview $30.00

SPECIALTY SILICA DEMAND BY TYPE (million dollars) 1998 - 2018 $40.00


SPECIALTY SILICA DEMAND BY TYPE, 2008: VALUE VERSUS
$30.00
VOLUME (percent)
Precipitated Silica - General $30.00

Precipitated Silica - Supply & Demand (1 of 2) $30.00

Precipitated Silica - Supply & Demand (2 of 2) $30.00


PRECIPITATED SILICA SUPPLY & DEMAND (million pounds) 1998 -
$40.00
2018
Precipitated Silica - Markets (1 of 3) $30.00

Precipitated Silica - Markets (2 of 3) $30.00

Precipitated Silica - Markets (3 of 3) $30.00

PRECIPITATED SILICA MARKETS (million pounds) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Precipitated Silica - Capacity & Producers (1 of 2) $30.00

Precipitated Silica - Capacity & Producers (2 of 2) $30.00

PRECIPITATED SILICA CAPACITY, 2008 (million pounds per year) $40.00

Fumed Silica - General $30.00

Fumed Silica - Supply & Demand $30.00

FUMED SILICA SUPPLY & DEMAND (million pounds) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Fumed Silica - Markets (1 of 2) $30.00

Fumed Silica - Markets (2 of 2) $30.00

FUMED SILICA MARKETS (million pounds) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Fumed Silica - Capacity & Producers (1 of 2) $30.00

Fumed Silica - Capacity & Producers (2 of 2) $30.00

FUMED SILICA CAPACITY, 2008 (million pounds per year) $40.00

Silica Gel - General $30.00

Silica Gel - Supply & Demand $30.00

SILICA GEL SUPPLY & DEMAND (million pounds) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Silica Gel - Markets (1 of 2) $30.00

Silica Gel - Markets (2 of 2) $30.00


SILICA GEL MARKETS (million pounds) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Silica Gel - Capacity & Producers (1 of 2) $30.00

Silica Gel - Capacity & Producers (2 of 2) $30.00

SILICA GEL CAPACITY, 2008 (million pounds per year) $40.00

Silica Sol - General $30.00

Silica Sol - Supply & Demand $30.00

SILICA SOL SUPPLY & DEMAND (million pounds) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Silica Sol - Markets (1 of 2) $30.00

Silica Sol - Markets (2 of 2) $30.00

SILICA SOL MARKETS (million pounds) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Silica Sol - Capacity & Producers (1 of 3) $30.00

Silica Sol - Capacity & Producers (2 of 3) $30.00

Silica Sol - Capacity & Producers (3 of 3) $30.00

SILICA SOL CAPACITY, 2008 (million pounds per year) $40.00

Fused Silica - General $30.00

Fused Silica - Supply & Demand $30.00

FUSED SILICA SUPPLY & DEMAND (million pounds) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Fused Silica - Markets $30.00

FUSED SILICA MARKETS (million pounds) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Fused Silica - Capacity & Producers (1 of 2) $30.00

Fused Silica - Capacity & Producers (2 of 2) $30.00


FUSED SILICA CAPACITY, 2008 (million pounds per year) $40.00

MARKETS - SPECIALTY SILICAS TO 2013 $2,970.00

Overview $30.00
SPECIALTY SILICA DEMAND BY MARKET (million dollars) 1998 -
$40.00
2018
SPECIALTY SILICA DEMAND BY MARKET, 2008: VALUE
$30.00
VERSUS VOLUME (percent)
Rubber Market for Specialty Silicas $30.00

Rubber - Outlook $30.00

RUBBER CONSUMPTION (million pounds) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Rubber - Specialty Silica Demand $30.00


RUBBER MARKET FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS BY TYPE (million
$40.00
pounds) 1998 - 2018
Nontire Rubber - Specialty Silica Demand (1 of 2) $30.00

Nontire Rubber - Specialty Silica Demand (2 of 2) $30.00

NONTIRE RUBBER DEMAND FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Tire Rubber - Specialty Silica Demand (1 of 3) $30.00

Tire Rubber - Specialty Silica Demand (2 of 3) $30.00

Tire Rubber - Specialty Silica Demand (3 of 3) $30.00

TIRE RUBBER DEMAND FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Cosmetic & Toiletry Market for Specialty Silicas $30.00

Cosmetics & Toiletries - Outlook (1 of 2) $30.00

Cosmetics & Toiletries - Outlook (2 of 2) $30.00

COSMETIC & TOILETRY SHIPMENTS 1998 - 2018 $40.00


Cosmetics & Toiletries - Specialty Silica Demand (1 of 2) $30.00

Cosmetics & Toiletries - Specialty Silica Demand (2 of 2) $30.00


COSMETIC & TOILETRY MARKET FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS BY
$40.00
TYPE (million pounds) 1998 - 2018
Chemical Market for Specialty Silicas $30.00

Chemical Product Outlook (1 of 2) $30.00

Chemical Product Outlook (2 of 2) $30.00

CHEMICAL PRODUCT SHIPMENTS 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Chemicals - Specialty Silica Demand (1 of 3) $30.00

Chemicals - Specialty Silica Demand (2 of 3) $30.00

Chemicals - Specialty Silica Demand (3 of 3) $30.00


CHEMICAL MARKET FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS BY TYPE (million
$40.00
pounds) 1998 - 2018
CHEMICAL MARKET FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS BY APPLICATION
$40.00
(million pounds) 1998 - 2018
Coatings & Inks Market for Specialty Silicas $30.00

Coatings & Inks - Outlook $30.00

COATINGS & INKS SHIPMENTS 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Coatings & Inks - Specialty Silica Demand (1 of 2) $30.00

Coatings & Inks - Specialty Silica Demand (2 of 2) $30.00


COATINGS & INKS MARKET FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS BY TYPE
$40.00
(million pounds) 1998 - 2018
Electrical & Electronic Equipment Market for Specialty Silicas $30.00

Electrical & Electronic Equipment - Outlook (1 of 2) $30.00

Electrical & Electronic Equipment - Outlook (2 of 2) $30.00


ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS (billion
$40.00
dollars) 1998 - 2018
Electrical & Electronic Equipment - Specialty Silica Demand (1 of 3) $30.00

Electrical & Electronic Equipment - Specialty Silica Demand (2 of 3) $30.00

Electrical & Electronic Equipment - Specialty Silica Demand (3 of 3) $30.00


ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT MARKET FOR
$40.00
SPECIALTY SILICAS BY TYPE (million pounds) 1998 - 2018
Plastics Market for Specialty Silicas $30.00

Plastics - Outlook (1 of 2) $30.00

Plastics - Outlook (2 of 2) $30.00

PLASTICS INDICATORS (billion pounds) 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Plastics - Specialty Silica Demand (1 of 3) $30.00

Plastics - Specialty Silica Demand (2 of 3) $30.00

Plastics - Specialty Silica Demand (3 of 3) $30.00


PLASTICS MARKET FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS BY TYPE (million
$40.00
pounds) 1998 - 2018
PLASTICS MARKET FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS BY APPLICATION
$40.00
(million pounds) 1998 - 2018
Food & Beverage Market for Specialty Silicas $30.00

Foods & Beverages - Outlook $30.00

FOOD & BEVERAGE SHIPMENTS 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Foods & Beverages - Specialty Silica Demand (1 of 3) $30.00

Foods & Beverages - Specialty Silica Demand (2 of 3) $30.00

Foods & Beverages - Specialty Silica Demand (3 of 3) $30.00


FOOD & BEVERAGE MARKET FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS BY TYPE
$40.00
& APPLICATION (million pounds) 1998 - 2018
Agriculture & Animal Health Market for Specialty Silicas $30.00

Agriculture - Outlook (1 of 2) $30.00

Agriculture - Outlook (2 of 2) $30.00

AGRICULTURE INDICATORS 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Agriculture & Animal Health - Specialty Silica Demand (1 of 2) $30.00

Agriculture & Animal Health - Specialty Silica Demand (2 of 2) $30.00


AGRICULTURE & ANIMAL HEALTH MARKET FOR SPECIALTY
$40.00
SILICAS BY TYPE 1998 - 2018
Paper & Textile Market for Specialty Silicas $30.00

Paper & Textiles - Outlook (1 of 2) $30.00

Paper & Textiles - Outlook (2 of 2) $30.00

PAPER & TEXTILE PRODUCT SHIPMENTS 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Paper & Textiles - Specialty Silica Demand (1 of 3) $30.00

Paper & Textiles - Specialty Silica Demand (2 of 3) $30.00

Paper & Textiles - Specialty Silica Demand (3 of 3) $30.00


PAPER & TEXTILE MARKET FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS BY TYPE
$40.00
(million pounds) 1998 - 2018
Metal & Refractory Market for Specialty Silicas $30.00

Metals & Refractories - Outlook (1 of 3) $30.00

Metals & Refractories - Outlook (2 of 3) $30.00

Metals & Refractories - Outlook (3 of 3) $30.00

METAL & REFRACTORY SHIPMENTS 1998 - 2018 $40.00

Metals & Refractories - Specialty Silica Demand $30.00


METAL & REFRACTORY MARKET FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS BY
$40.00
TYPE 1998 - 2018
Other Markets for Specialty Silicas $30.00
OTHER MARKETS FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS BY TYPE (million
$40.00
pounds) 1998 - 2018
OTHER MARKETS FOR SPECIALTY SILICAS BY APPLICATION
$40.00
(million pounds) 1998 - 2018
Adhesives & Sealants - Specialty Silica Demand $30.00

Packaging - Specialty Silica Demand $30.00

Insulation - Specialty Silica Demand $30.00

Water Treatment - Specialty Silica Demand $30.00

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE - SPECIALTY SILICAS TO 2013 $550.00

General $30.00

Industry Composition $30.00

SPECIALTY SILICA SALES BY COMPANY, 2008 (million dollars) $40.00

Market Share (1 of 3) $30.00

Market Share (2 of 3) $30.00

Market Share (3 of 3) $30.00

US SPECIALTY SILICA MARKET SHARE, 2008 (percent) $40.00

Acquisitions & Divestitures $30.00

SELECTED ACQUISITIONS & DIVESTITURES $40.00

Competitive Strategies (1 of 4) $30.00

Competitive Strategies (2 of 4) $30.00

Competitive Strategies (3 of 4) $30.00


Competitive Strategies (4 of 4) $30.00

SELECTED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS $40.00

Manufacturing $30.00

Marketing & Distribution (1 of 2) $30.00

Marketing & Distribution (2 of 2) $30.00

COMPANY PROFILES - SPECIALTY SILICAS TO 2013 $1,140.00

Company Profiles Methodology $30.00

Akzo Nobel (Eka Chemicals) (1 of 2) $30.00

Akzo Nobel (Eka Chemicals) (2 of 2) $30.00

AZ Electronic Materials USA $30.00

Bayer AG $30.00

Cabot Corporation (1 of 3) $30.00

Cabot Corporation (2 of 3) $30.00

Cabot Corporation (3 of 3) $30.00

Cabot Microelectronics $30.00

Ceradyne Incorporated (Minco) $30.00

Clariant International $30.00

Denki Kagaku Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha (Denka) $30.00

DENTSPLY International $30.00

DuPont (EI) de Nemours (DA NanoMaterials) $30.00

Evonik Industries (Evonik Degussa) $30.00


Glassven CA $30.00

Grace (WR) & Company (1 of 2) $30.00

Grace (WR) & Company (2 of 2) $30.00

Huber (JM) Corporation $30.00

Imerys SA (C-E Minerals) $30.00

Industrias Quimicas del Ebro $30.00

Merck KGaA (EMD Chemicals) $30.00

Multisorb Technologies $30.00

Nalco Holdings $30.00

Nissan Chemical Industries $30.00

Orisil Limited $30.00

PPG Industries (1 of 2) $30.00

PPG Industries (2 of 2) $30.00

PQ Corporation (INEOS Silicas) (1 of 2) $30.00

PQ Corporation (INEOS Silicas) (2 of 2) $30.00

Precision Electro Minerals Company (PEMCO) $30.00

Qingdao Makall Group $30.00

Rhodia SA (1 of 2) $30.00

Rhodia SA (2 of 2) $30.00

Tokuyama Corporation $30.00

Wacker-Chemie AG (1 of 2) $30.00
Wacker-Chemie AG (2 of 2) $30.00

Other Companies Mentioned in the Study $30.00