The global industrial protective clothing market size is expected to reach USD 33.60 billion by 2030, according to a new study by Polaris Market Research. The report “Industrial Protective Clothing Market Share, Size, Trends, Industry Analysis Report, By Product (Heat & Flame Protection, Chemical Defending Protective Clothing, Mechanical Protective Clothing, Others); By End-use; By Region; Segment Forecast, 2022 - 2030” gives a detailed insight into current market dynamics and provides analysis on future market growth.
The demand for industrial protective clothing materials is anticipated to increase as government regulations are implemented more strictly and worker safety is raised in the public consciousness. Ordinary clothing typically catches fire when exposed to an ignition source and burns until the fire is put out or all combustible components have been consumed. On the other hand, industrial protective apparel has practical, functional qualities, including chemical resistance, cut resistance, and flame resistance.
The market's expansion is primarily attributable to the strict application of numerous fires and industrial safety requirements on a global scale. Factors like rising wildfire occurrences and a global focus on minimizing worker fatalities are projected to fuel the market's expansion during the assessment period.
Any clothing specifically created, fitted, or treated to offer protection from risks from hazardous working situations or harsh environmental conditions is considered protective clothing. Protective clothing can be made from natural or synthetic fibers like polyester, aramid, and acrylic (cotton, wool, and silk). Synthetic fibers are used to create naturally fire-resistant fabrics (FR), and these FR qualities are often generated from the polymer backbone of the fibers themselves. These textiles' permanent flame resistance means that they will retain their FR quality even after numerous washing cycles. Contrarily, treated FR fabrics are typically created by chemically finishing fabric to make it flame resistant or by chemically treating natural fibers before they are knit or woven into the fabric.
Governments in developing nations are working to enact strict health and safety laws and develop a successful safety awareness campaign.
Through e-commerce, manufacturers are expanding their client base. Purchasing personal protective equipment (PPE) for industrial workers falls under the purview of safety managers. However, employees have recently begun buying their safety equipment from online retailers. Protective gear and equipment are typically purchased in male worker-appropriate sizes. Female workers are expected to wear bulky, ill-fitting clothing restricting their ability to move as needed to perform their duties. Now, businesses are producing protective gear designed especially for women.
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The CoVID-19 pandemic epidemic has significantly impacted the supply and demand for protective apparel items worldwide. Due to the sharp decline in demand, significant end-use industry sectors like automotive and oil & gas have reduced their production capabilities and future expansion plans. The shortage of supply caused a brief increase in raw material costs. However, the reopening of production facilities and the normalization of supply chain networks have restored the market's supply of essential fibers and fabrics.
Industrial Protective Clothing Market Report Highlights
Polaris Market Research has segmented the industrial protective clothing market report based on product, end-use, and region:
Industrial Protective Clothing, Product Outlook (Revenue - USD Billion, 2018 - 2030)
Industrial Protective Clothing, End-use Outlook (Revenue - USD Billion, 2018 - 2030)
Industrial Protective Clothing, Regional Outlook (Revenue - USD Billion, 2018 - 2030)