Global Calcined Alumina Powder Market: Trends, Analysis, and Forecast (2024-2032)

Calcined Alumina Powder Market: High demand from refractories industry to drive growth at 5.8% CAGR

Calcined alumina powder, also known as reactive alumina, is an inorganic compound that offers high hardness, chemical inertness and resistance to wear and tear. Made by heating aluminium ore at high temperatures, calcined alumina powder finds wide usage in refractory products, ceramics, abrasives and other industrial applications due to its strength and durability.

The global calcined alumina powder market is estimated to be valued at US$ 21405.49 Mn in 2024 and is expected to exhibit a CAGR of 5.8% over the 2023-2030 forecast period.
Rising steel production and corresponding demand for refractory materials is a key factor propelling market revenue growth.

Key Takeaways
Key players operating in the calcined alumina powder are Almatis, Graystar LLC, Paradise Minerals, Lianyungang Zhong Ao aluminium Co., Ltd, Hindalco Industries Limited, Fujimi Corporation, Honeywell International Inc, Saint-Gobain Ceramic Materials, READE, Logitech, Fuji Kasei among others.

Growing demand from refractories industry: Calcined alumina is predominantly used as a refractory material due to its excellent heat resistance and ability to withstand high pressure and temperature. Rising steel output is augmenting refractories demand and boosting sales of calcined alumina powder.

Technological advancements: Manufacturers are investing in R&D to develop alumina powders with enhanced properties. Nano-sized calcined alumina with controlled particle size and uniform dispersion is gaining traction. New production technologies allow for custom particle design as per end-use requirements.

Market Trends
1) Rising popularity of brown fused alumina: Brown fused alumina (BFA) is a newer type of calcined alumina offering better wear resistance and longer lifespan than white fused alumina. Its adoption is increasing in industrial grinding applications.

2) Growing traction in 3D printing: Finely