Epoxy Grout Market Research Report -
Global Forecast till 2025
Epoxy grout is produced through two components—epoxy resins and a hardener. It is most commonly
used for filling cracks on any surface or joints such as ceramic tiles, vitrified tiles, and stone joints to
protect them against water and other chemical damage. Epoxy grout is extremely durable, stain proof,
waterproof, and chemical resistant. Epoxy grout is used in the construction of hospitals, restaurants,
swimming pools, kitchen, and bathrooms. It is highly preferred in chemical and food processing plants,
such as breweries, dairies, bottling, textile, and metal finishing plants.
Pricing and Regulatory Analysis
In 2018, the price of epoxy grout varied from USD 2,700 to USD 3,900 per tons. This price varies
significantly across different geographies and was highly volatile during 2014 and 2018. The trend is
expected to continue during the forecast period owing to fluctuating raw material prices.
The epoxy grout has stringent standards regarding resistance to mold growth, sterile conditions, and
chemical and water resistance. The international standards for grout for ceramic tiles and natural stone
must comply with ISO 13007-3. In the UK, the epoxy grout comply with British Standard BS
5980:1980 and BS 5385: Part 4: 1992, Section 9.
According to the MRFR analysis, the Global Epoxy Grout Market was valued at USD 600 million in
2018 and is expected to reach over USD 930 Million by the end of 2025 at a CAGR of 7%.
Residential: The segment is expected to be the largest and fastest-growing during the review period.
The high growth of the segment is attributed to the increasing residential construction activities across
the US, China, India, Indonesia, and South Africa driven by rapid urbanization and growing population.
The residential construction spending in the US was USD 6.5 trillion in 2018, an increase of USD 422
billion as compared with 2017. Furthermore, the increasing investments in the