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Water Treatment Chemical Market Size 2021: Share, Analysis and Forecast-2030

Water Treatment Chemical Market Size 2021

Development is the fastest growing end-user in the global water treatment chemicals market and is expected to grow at an annual average of 6.5% or more during the 2019-2027 forecast period. The power generation industry is one of the largest consumers of purified water in the world, making water and wastewater treatment critical for the industry. In power generation, water is used in high pressure boilers, turbines and cooling towers. Water treatment for power generation is an important process that requires reliable technology. High purity water ensures the correct operation of the steam generation system, reduces the blowdown frequency and the use of boiler chemicals. High purity water can also better protect against erosion and equipment damage. Access Full Report Details and Order this Premium Report @ https://www.absolutemarketsinsights.com/reports/Global-Water-Treatment-Chemical-Market-2019-2027-213

Major Key Players:

The primary market participants in the global Water Treatment Chemical Market Size include BASF SE, Solvay S.A., DowDuPont, Baker Hughes Incorporated, Suez S.A, Ecolab Inc., Huntsman International LLC, etc. 

Key findings of the report:

According to Absolute Markets Insights’ recent published report titled: Global Water Treatment Chemical Market Size, by Product Type (Flocculants, Coagulants, Corrosion Inhibitors, Biocides & Disinfectants, Scale Inhibitors, pH Adjusters and Others), by End-Use Industry (Municipal, Power Generation, Oil & Gas, Chemicals Manufacturing, Mining & Mineral Processing, Food & Beverages & Others), by Region (North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa); Size and Forecast, 2015-2027, Global Water Treatment Chemical Market Size is expected to grow over 5.50% CAGR during 2019-2027 in terms of revenue. Growing demand for chemically treated water from various end-users including municipalities, power generation, chemicals manufacturing...

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