The main drivers of the global Fly Ash Market construction activity and the expansion of the road network are increasing worldwide due to the increase in road traffic density. Projects like Smart Cities Mission and Atal Mission for Rejuvenation & Urban Transformation (AMRUT), as well as infrastructural development work like the China Belt and Road Initiative to connect major economies around the world, aim to increase the use of building materials.
Fly ash, also known as fuel ash, is a coal combustion product (CCP) and an important building material produced when pulverized coal is burned in thermal power plants. It consists primarily of oxide forms of silicon, aluminum, iron, calcium, along with magnesium, potassium, titanium, and sulfur to a lesser extent. The quality of the fly ash depends on factors such as coal composition and combustion conditions. Fly ash when mixed with cement improves the properties of cement and reduces cracking, which is why the majority of fly ash is used in Pozzolan Portland Cement (PPC).
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However, the focus on increasing applications of fly ash is expected to provide new opportunities for market growth. For example, the manufacture of prefabricated building panels using fly ash as a raw material is an emerging trend, mainly in India where commercial production of prefabricated building panels is still underdeveloped.
The global fly ash market is analyzed on the basis of type, application, end-user and region. According to the type, the market is divided into class C, class F and others. By application, the report categorizes the market into Portland Cement Concrete (PCC), Bricks and Blocks, Asbestos Board, Structural Fillers, Soil and Others. By end users, the market is segmented into construction, transportation, cement industry, and others. By region, the market is…