Scintillator Market worth $479.16 M by 2020
The elements behind the rapid upsurge in the scintillator market are the innovative and advanced technologies, government funding for increased R&D, wide need of radiation detection instruments across application markets, and development of high performance products at a low cost. In addition, depletion of Helium-3 for neutron detection in security operations, advancements in medical imaging and nuclear medicine, and increasing number of nuclear power plants is also believed to provide a further impetus to the growth of the scintillator market.
Till 2013, the ‘Americas’ held the largest revenue share followed by Europe— in scintillator materials, and related solutions. However, the APAC, with a CAGR of 9.56%, will be close to Europe in terms of the scintillator market revenue by 2020. The foremost factors accountable for the expansion of the scintillator market include improved resolution and performance requirement while optimizing the cost, increasing awareness for radiation safety measures, and demand for radiation safety devices. APAC is the fastest growing and most promising market for scintillators due to the increasing number of upcoming nuclear reactors, high industrial growth, supportive government policies, and financial investment by the governments in R&D. The major companies operating in this market are Saint Gobain (France), Ludlum Measurements (U.S.), Zecotek Photonics Inc. (Canada), and Mirion Technologies (U.S.), among others.
Scintillator Market - Global Forecast and Analysis to 2013 - 2020
The scintillator market is broadly categorized into: - composition of material, applications, end products, and geography. All the major segments are further segmented into sub segments. All the segments and sub segments are separately described in the report.
The market is expected to reach $479.16 Million by 2020, at an estimated CAGR of 5.62% from 2014 to 2020. The major driving factors for the scintillator market are:-demand for low cost and high performance scintillators, concern for safety in wake of the Fukushima disaster, growing demand for existing and new radiological medical applications, and investments in radiation monitoring equipment with respect to homeland security. The materials market includes the ‘Inorganic’ and ‘Organic’ scintillators. The scintillator market finds its application in the healthcare, homeland security, industrial applications, nuclear power industry, and scientific research sectors. The geography market is categorized into Americas, Europe, APAC, and ROW.
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