Hottest China becomes the world's largest producer

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China has become the world's largest producer of glass fiber

China has become the world's largest producer of glass fiber. It is expected that the demand for glass fiber will soon exceed that of the United States, and is becoming the largest market for the demand and application of the global glass fiber industry. This is also the main reason why the world's top glass fiber enterprises are paying more and more attention to the Asian market in the United States

its main application fields are first in the aviation field. In 2008, the consumption of composite materials in the aviation industry around the world reached 210000 tons. Frost Sullivan, a famous growth consulting company in the United States, published a research report on the global aviation polymer matrix composites industry in 2009. The report believes that with the development of the global aviation industry, the polymer matrix composites market is expected to maintain a double-digit growth before 2014. It is predicted that the use of composite materials in the global aviation sector will increase by 11% annually from 2008 to 2014

first, wind power. In 2009, the global wind power capacity reached 159213mw, and 38312mw was added in 2009. The annual growth rate of wind power reached the highest 31.7% since 2001. By the end of 2009, the global wind power generation was 340 trillion watt hours/year, equivalent to the total power demand of Italy, the seventh largest economy in the world, and also equivalent to 2% of the global power consumption; China continues its role as a locomotive in the international wind power industry. In 2009, 13800mw capacity was added, which is the largest market for new wind turbines. Its installed capacity doubled for the fourth consecutive year. It is predicted that China's wind energy will increase by 15000MW in 2010

second, flue gas desulfurization. Thermal power generation accounts for more than half of the global power generation, so coal will remain the main fuel for at least the next few decades

all thermal power plants that use electronic tensile testing machines most need to install washing towers and desulfurization systems, and FRP is the most cost-effective material in this application field. Its future investment in FGD (flue gas desulfurization, Medtronic sales in 2011 was 43% (US $37 million) sulfur) is mainly in Asia, not the United States. At the same time, it will be temporarily shut down and can be operated again in countries and Europe after the oil temperature drops. China will become the largest market for FGD systems, accounting for more than 40% of the world's total volume. In China, the application of FRP in the desulfurization system is still in the rising stage. A few FRP enterprises have been able to provide FRP products that meet the requirements of the desulfurization system, and FRP products are only limited to spray pipes, flues and slurry pipes of a few smoke tower integrated desulfurization facilities. In the next 20 years, the desulfurization capacity of China's coal-fired power plants will more than double. If the FRP industry takes appropriate measures to strengthen product development, equipment manufacturing and technological upgrading, and strengthen market publicity and expansion, it will open up a broad market for the application of FRP products in the FGD market. The ECR glass fiber used in the flue gas tower integrated desulfurization system in China in 2010 is expected to increase by more than 50% compared with 2009

the third is power transmission and transformation facilities, which are widely used in the power industry because of their light weight, high strength, good insulation, fatigue resistance, corrosion resistance, convenient processing and molding, easy maintenance and other characteristics. The application of FRP Composites in the power industry in addition to traditional power transmission and transformation equipment and facilities, FRP towers and composite cable cores have become one of the hot spots in the industry. In recent years, with the increasing shortage of land for transmission corridors, the advantages of composite materials for transmission towers have become increasingly prominent

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