“Global Nitrous Oxide Market was valued at $33 billion by 2029”, says Visiongain

23 September 2019
Chemicals

Nitrous Oxide Market Report 2019-2029: Forecasts by Type (HCFC, HFC, HFO, Isobutane, Propane, Ammonia, Carbon Dioxide, Air, Water, Propene, Isopentane), Application (Domestic, Commercial, Industrial, Chillers, Split AC, VRF, Window, MAC), by Region and Analysis of Leading Companies indicates that the Global Nitrous Oxide Market was valued at $33 billion by 2029.

 

One of the main variables mostly attributing to the development of the worldwide nitrous oxide industry is the growing incidence of geriatric population and rising cases of chronic disease. Increasing demand from multiple end-user sectors such as food & beverage, medical, automotive, and electronics is likely to increase the development of the worldwide market for nitrous oxide in the coming years. In fact, for several medical and non-medical applications, the nitrous oxide is mainly used.

The market for nitrous oxide is commonly used in dentistry and is also used in surgery. These are significant variables that contribute to this market's development. In the medical industry, the use of nitrous oxide has less effect on the setting. Another factor anticipated to add to the development of this industry in the years to come is a increasing incidence of chronic disease. In addition, the increasing geriatric population is another element that supports the development of the worldwide market for nitrous oxides.

North America is a major source of income in the global nitrous oxide industry from a geographical point of perspective. The region is likely to provide the players working in this industry with enormous possibilities. Increasing incidence of heart disease, cancer, obesity, diabetes, arthritis, and heart disease in the coming years is complementing development in this industry. Although other areas such as Europe are likely to account for promising growth possibilities in this market for suppliers. Furthermore, the increasing mortality rate in the European region as a result of rising chronic disease is largely promoting this market's development.

Notes for Editors
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