The report presents detailed overview of the Hollow Aluminosilicate Microspheres (HAMS) market in the world and regions (CIS countries in particular) by contemplating and analyzing its various parameters.
Firstly, brief introduction is provided. Thus, hollow aluminosilicate microspheres (hams) properties, application areas and manufacturing technologies are considered. Further goes the analysis of global hollow aluminosilicate microspheres (hams) market with emphasis on its main components which are production, consumption, prices, global trade, future forecast, etc. This part focuses on regional markets as well.
Another important unit of the report is devoted to the CIS market. This part starts from general introduction of the market situation in the region, then follows the thorough research of each country market in particular.
The report also supplis with the data on investment projects, patent information and some other parameters specific for this or that market.
Besides, the current situation in the market the research features market historical background and provides future forecast as well. Thus, this Hollow Aluminosilicate Microspheres (HAMS) market research presents full picture of the named market.
1. FLY ASH MICROSPHERES AT POWER PLANTS: PROPERTIES AND USES
2. ANALYSIS OF MICROSPHERES
3. MEANS FOR THE EXTRACTION OF HOLLOW MICROSPHERES FROM ASH-AND-SLAG PULP
4. HEAT-INSULATION CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS BASED ON ASH MICROSPHERES
5. RELATED INVENTOR CERTIFICATES
5.1. The method of cementing borehole casings
5.2. Air-fluidized bed
5.3. Thermal insulation applied in the exterior surfaces of steel reservoirs
5.4. Organosilicon compound microcarrier in fire-extinguishing compositions
6.1. Additives for lightweight oil well cements
6.2. Lightweight oil well cement (various types)
6.3. Feedstock for production of heat-protective oil well materials applied in perennially frozen ground
6.4. Well-killing fluid
6.5. Use of microspheres for Sferolit production
6.6. Immobilization and conservation of radioactive wastes with the help of modified microspheres made of natural silicates
6.7. Production of high-temperature insulation
6.8. Foil-coated materials
6.9. Ceramic sponge used to concentrate and solidify highly hazardous liquid waste and the sponge production method
6.10. Cementing of highly-permeablelow-pressure horizons
6.11. Heat-insulating composition
7. HOLLOW ALUMINOSILICATE MICROSPHERES
7.1. Low density glass microspheres by 3M (Scotchlite Glass Bubbles)
7.2. New safe hydrogen storage method
7.3. Light-reflecting coatings based on microspheres
7.4. Energy-absorbing device
7.5. Ultra-light aluminosilicate microspheres used to sensitize non-military explosives
7.6. Bioni-Shield composite material
8. MARKET OFFERS
9. MICROSPHERE PRICES IN RUSSIA
10. DEMAND FOR MICROSPHERES IN RUSSIA AND UKRAINE
11. PROSPECTIVE CONSUMERS OF MICROSPHERES IN UKRAINE
12. PROSPECTIVE CONSUMERS OF MICROSPHERES IN THE CIS AND BALTIC COUNTRIES
13. PROSPECTIVE CONSUMERS OF MICROSPHERES IN EUROPE