Wastewater Treatment Is the Key Driver for the Trichloroisocyanuric Acid Future Market in North America

Trichloroisocyanuric acid, is an organic compound, commonly white crystalline powder or granular solid, with a strong chlorine irritant taste.  Trichloroisocyanuric acid is a strong oxidant and chlorinating agent, which has high efficiency, broad spectrum and relatively safe disinfection effect. It can kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, spores, etc., and also has certain killing effect on coccidioides oocysts. 

Cross-linked with different cyanuric acid is a highly efficient bleach disinfection, storage stability, easy to use, safe, and is widely used in food processing, drinking water, sericulture and rice seed disinfection, almost all of the fungi, bacteria, virus, spores have destroy, to kill hepatitis a and hepatitis b virus (HBV) with special effects, the sex and HIV virus also has good disinfection effect,  Safe and convenient to use, has been used in industrial water, swimming pool water, cleaning agent, hospital, tableware and other bacteriological agent: sericulture and other aquaculture used as sterilizing agent.  Trichloroisocyanuric acid is widely used in disinfectants and fungicides, and is also widely used in industrial production.

From the perspective of downstream applications, the civil sector occupies the vast majority of the market. In 2019, the share of the consumption of trichloroisocyanuric acid in the civil sector is up to 78.51%.  Followed by water treatment, accounting for 11.75% of the market;  Other sectors, such as chemical industry, prevention industry and others, have lower consumption shares, all below 5%. 

The United States is the largest market by revenue, accounting for nearly 80% of the market value

Research data show that in the North American trichloroisocyanuric acid industry, the United States is the largest revenue market, the value of the American trichloroisocyanuric acid market in 2019 was $280.20 million, accounting for 79.21% of the entire North American market;  Mexico ranked second with a market value of $39.64 million, accounting for 11.21% of the North American market.  Canada accounted for 9.58% of the market, with a market value of $33.90 million in 2019.  

Now, the Commerce Department has determined that trichloroisocyanuric acid, a chemical imported from China for disinfection purposes, is subsidised and intends to impose countervailing duties on such imports from China.  The US Department of Commerce will notify US Customs to impose countervailing duty deposits on such products.  This will reduce the international competitiveness of the market to some extent and help the development of North American smes and new entrants.  

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North America trichloroisocyanuric acid industry future development situation analysis  

Going forward, water and wastewater treatment is the key driver of the trichloroisocyanuric acid market in North America.  Since drinking and using contaminated water can cause many diseases, water treatment is highly valued in economically developed areas.  In North America, trichloroisocyanuric acid is primarily used as a disinfectant in civil sanitation facilities for thermal springs, swimming pools, and sewage treatment, and recycled algaecide water. The many advantages of trichloroisocyanuric acid in water treatment are expected to lay a strong platform for strong market growth in the coming years.
North America is improving water quality standards, controlling emissions permits and reducing pollution from sources.  Various regulations and standards related to safe water supply infrastructure and systems in North America are also expected to lay a solid foundation for the future growth of the trichloroisocyanuric acid market.  
However, new entrants in the North American market are facing fierce competition from international markets.  Due to the relatively high cost of producing trichloroisocyanuric acid in North America and the certain restrictions on the production of chlorinated products in North America, some small and medium-sized enterprises have stopped producing trichloroisocyanuric acid, and the output volume in the North American market is in short supply.  Many downstream buyers turn to imports from developing countries such as China and then produce their composite formulations to form the final product.  As a result, exports of the product have been rising in many developing countries in recent years.  Second, imports account for a very important proportion of the North American market.  The price of this product in other developing countries is much lower than the price of the product in North American countries, which brings great competitive pressure to the new entrants in the industry.  
In addition, the lack of trichloroisocyanuric acid products themselves has brought some limitations to the continuous expansion of the market.  The dissolution rate of trichloroisocyanuric acid is slow, with a content of 90%. When the pool load is high, it may not be able to keep up with the residual chlorine consumption rate, resulting in reduced disinfection capacity.  However, there are also rapidly dissolved, 50% content, rapid dissolution, sterilization effect is equally strong, the price is lower, but its pH value is relatively low, need a lot of alkali adjustment after use.  Trichloroisocyanuric acid contains the stabilizer cyanic acid, which is stable under ultraviolet light and is suitable for outdoor swimming pools, but can cause stability problems when used in indoor swimming pools.  At the same time, the use of trichloroisocyanuric acid will inevitably produce harmful chlorinated by-products, which is also a common disadvantage of chlorine-based chemicals.  
Our research data show that the market value of the uric acid industry in North America during the triofiltration epidemic in 2015 was USD 280.65 million. Although it has been growing year by year since then, the growth rate is relatively slow, and it only increased to USD 353.74 million in 2019, with a compound growth rate (CAGR) of 5.96% from 2015 to 2019.  According to our forecast and combined with the market rules, in the next few years, the North American trichloroisocyanuric acid market has a certain room for expansion, and the market value will reach $507.97 million by 2025, but the growth rate is still relatively slow.

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