Global Anti-Viral Fabric Market 2020
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- ID: KMT966GB
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- Tag: Anti-Viral Fabric
The global anti-viral fabric market is projected to experience significant growth across various end-use applications, with a total market size of $226.92 billion in 2020. During the forecast period of 2021-2026, face masks are expected to be the leading segment in terms of the adoption of anti-viral fabrics, accounting for a global market size of $73.50 billion in 2020.
The global pandemic has created a substantial demand for textiles in the market. The textile industry has observed robust growth since March 2020 and continues to expand at an impressive pace. With the emergence of the coronavirus, face masks and personal protective equipment (PPE) have become essential in the medical industry and for frontline workers. However, prolonged exposures have led to healthcare workers contracting COVID-19, as the virus can remain on regular masks and PPE for several days. Consequently, individuals must disinfect masks and PPE after each use to prevent contamination in disposal areas.
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The rising demand for face masks has prompted research and development activities focused on technologies that can contain or neutralize the SARS-COV2 virus present on fabrics. Various studies conducted since March 2020 have demonstrated different mechanisms for eliminating the COVID-19 virus from fabrics. Copper ions, silver ions, and other chemicals have been tested for their effectiveness in killing the virus within a few hours of exposure. Several companies have successfully developed new technologies that claim to eliminate the COVID-19 virus by up to 99.9% within timeframes ranging from 30 minutes to two hours. These companies have obtained patents for their anti-viral technologies and have collaborated with major textile end-user companies to incorporate their technology into final products. Key companies involved in the development of anti-viral technology fabrics include HeiQ Materials AG, Polygiene, Rudolf GmbH, and HealthGuard Corporation Pty. Ltd.
The market is segmented based on various factors, including product and region.
Segmentation by Product
Bed Linen and Spreads
Segmentation by Region
The global anti-viral fabric market has been segmented into various product categories, including face masks, bed linen and spreads, personal protective equipment (PPE), bath/toilet linen, kitchen linen, upholstery, and flooring linen. Among these segments, the face masks category is projected to hold the largest share in the market. Face masks have become an essential part of the new normal lifestyle since 2020, and numerous companies are actively developing anti-viral fabrics for face masks using advanced materials and technologies.
This report focuses on different regions, namely North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest-of-the-World. It highlights the key factors that drive the adoption of anti-viral fabrics in each region and provides an extensive list of potential market players in these areas. The Asia-Pacific region is expected to dominate the global anti-viral fabric market, primarily due to a high concentration of companies in the region, increased investment in textile R&D centers, and widespread use of face masks driven by a large population. Asia-Pacific is renowned as the leading developer, manufacturer, and exporter of textiles globally, accounting for more than 50% of the market share in the textile industry.
The competitive landscape of the anti-viral fabric market is characterized by various strategies employed by major players in the industry to establish their market presence. These strategies include new product launches, business expansions, partnerships, and collaborations. Among these strategies, product launches have emerged as the most prominent approach adopted by anti-viral fabric providers. Many of these providers have formed partnerships with different anti-viral technology providers to incorporate anti-viral coatings into their products. Notable technology providers such as HeiQ Materials AG in Switzerland, SG Group in China, and Polygiene in Sweden have played a dominant role in the market by licensing their anti-viral technologies to textile and fabric manufacturers worldwide.
Key companies profiled in this report include SQ Group, Donear Industries Ltd., Peter England, HeiQ Materials AG, KARMAN, Hollander Sleep Products, D’Décor Home Fabrics Pvt. Ltd., Berger Paints, Polygiene, Diesel S.p.A, Bedgear, HealthGuard Corporation Pty. Ltd., Carrington Textiles Ltd, Takisada-Nagoya Co., Ltd., Ascend Performance Materials, Rudolf GmbH, Welspun, Milliken & Company.
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