Global Dewatering Equipment Market - 2022-2029
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The global dewatering equipment market size was worth US$ XX million in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ XX million by 2029, growing at a CAGR of XX % during the forecast period (2022-2029).
Sludge dewatering equipment is a common term for dewatering. To reduce waste, dewatering machinery separates sludge into liquid and solid components. Dewatering equipment is used in both the industrial and municipal sectors. Petroleum, mining, food & beverage refineries, pharmaceuticals and other industries use it.
Commercial and residential applications are among the municipal applications. Dewatering is a two-phase separation procedure for removing sludge from a sewage treatment plant or an industrial wastewater treatment facility. The amount of remaining solid particles in the liquid and the concentration of contaminants are directly linked to the cost of wastewater disposal in an industry.
The need for dewatering equipment is likely to rise as laws on the use and disposal of sludge and recycled dry sludge in various end-use sectors become more stringent. Furthermore, monitoring dewatering performance and altering sludge properties is a major market limitation for dewatering equipment.
Rising stringent regulations on the use and disposal of sludge
Organic compounds, toxic metals, chemical irritants and pathogens can cause sickness and can be found in variable concentrations in industrial and sewage sludge. Untreated sludge discharged into rivers and seas harms aquatic life and offers major health risks to those nearby. Several environmental groups have established sludge disposal legislation that requires pretreatment and meets certain standards before sludge can be disposed of or reused in agricultural or power generation activities.
The standards for the use or disposal of sewage sludge have been established under U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Biosolids Laws and Regulations, as per 40 CFR Part 503 (the Rule or Regulation). General requirements, pollutant limitations, management techniques and operational standards for the final use or disposal of sewage sludge created during residential sewage treatment in the treatment facility are included in the regulations. The sewage sludge applied to land dumped on a surface disposal site or burned in a sewage sludge incinerator has standards.
Similarly, the Sewage Sludge Directive 86/278/EEC on preserving the environment and soil restricts the usage of untreated sewage sludge on agricultural land in the European Union. To considerably minimize its fermentability and health risks associated with its use, sewage sludge must undergo biological, chemical or heat treatment, long-term storage or any other appropriate technique. As a result, increased demand from environmental organizations to treat sludge before disposal has fueled the expansion of the dewatering equipment market.
Usage of recycled dry sludge in various end-use industries
Heavy metals, organic contaminants, residues of pharmaceutical products, microorganisms and microplastics are all found in sewage sludge from the municipal and industrial sectors. Dry sludge disposal has become a major global issue, including dwindling landfill capacity, growing environmental awareness and stricter environmental requirements. As a result, it's become critical to discover options for properly disposing of dry sludge.
There are some new solutions for the reuse of dry sludge in the power production, construction and agricultural industries. Energy recovery is one of the more environmentally beneficial uses of dry sludge. It entails turning sludge into biogas, syngas or bio-oil, which can then be turned into electricity, mechanical energy, or heat. Dry sludge can also be immediately burnt or combined with coal. Because most dry sludge is transformed into a fine ash, incinerating it can ease problems with landfill disposal and, if utilized in place of coal for power generation, can give significant financial benefits.
Recycled dry sludge can also make construction products, including bio-bricks, artificial aggregate, concrete mixtures, materials for replanting landfills and reinstating deteriorated roadways and low-grade ceramics and glass. Dry sewage sludge includes phosphorus, which is necessary for the growth of living creatures and hence finds use in agriculture. Additional uses of recycled dry sludge from the municipal and industrial sectors give a significant chance for construction companies to make additional cash, which could drive up demand for dewatering equipment.
Varying sludge characteristics and measuring dewatering performance
With the introduction of more efficient equipment, such as decanter centrifuges, screw presses & belt presses, the market has become more competitive; dewatering technology has advanced significantly. On the other hand, the dewatering process is still principally determined by the characteristics of the sludge to be treated. Water gets connected to bacterial cells or is taken up chemically in the cell structures of these microorganisms, making waste-activated sludge difficult to dewater. Dewatering well-digested primary sludge, on the other hand, is rather simple.
In addition to improving sludge dewatering to obtain the highest solid content, a reliable dewatering index must be established. Capillary Suction Time and Specific Resistance to Filtration are two of the most common traditional dewaterability techniques, although both methods only evaluate filtration rate and ignore complex dewatering variables. In addition, different dewatering equipment has varying operations and intensities, which has a big impact on sludge dewatering efficiency. As a result, evaluating sludge dewaterability is crucial for any sludge treatment system whose primary purpose is to optimize the dewatering process.
COVID-19 Impact Analysis
Alfa Laval AB, Andritz AG, Veolia Environnement SA, HUBER SE and Gruppo Pieralisi are some leading Tier I and II suppliers in the dewatering equipment market. The vendors have manufacturing sites distributed across Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, South America and worldwide. COVID-19 has also influenced their enterprises.
Alfa Laval AB, for example, established a cross-functional Global Response Team in March 2020 to address the problems posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. All business-related travel has been prohibited and workers have been encouraged to work from home. The corporation has also reduced its investments, intending to achieve a fixed cost savings of US$ 110 million over twelve months.
By type, the dewatering equipment market is segmented into sludge and others.
Sludge dewatering segment to hold the lion's share
The sludge dewatering segment dominated the dewatering equipment market. The sludge dewatering process reduces the amount of sludge while also increasing its solid content. The sludge's volume is reduced, which lowers treatment and transportation expenses. The number of dry solids in the sludge, the retention period, the type of compounds present and the type & efficiency of the sludge stabilization procedure all influence its dewatering ability.
Compared to other dewatering equipment, such as plastic, paper, textile, mineral tailing and food, sludge dewatering equipment is more commonly utilized. In 2019, sludge dewatering equipment led the dewatering equipment market and demand is expected to rise in the future years.
Rising sludge production in Europe
Europe is estimated to hold a majority of the shares of the dewatering equipment market. The significant percentage can be attributed to increasing sludge production due to growing urbanization and population and severe sludge treatment legislation enacted by the European Union. The European dewatering equipment industry is fiercely competitive, thanks to established competitors like HUBER SE, Veolia Environnement SA, SUEZ and Aqseptence Group.
In addition, strict wastewater discharge rules, resurgent economic growth and European laws on wastewater treatment and sludge reuse for agriculture will stimulate demand for these products. Increased pressure on enterprises to improve operational efficiencies while lowering effluent concentrations will stimulate product adoption.
As part of their strategic objectives, leading companies are focused on various strategic assets such as innovative product lines, mergers & acquisitions and extensive research & development activities. Furthermore, organizations are expanding their service offerings to gain a competitive advantage.
Major companies in the global dewatering equipment market include ALFA LAVAL Corporate AB, Aqseptence Group, Andritz AG, Veolia Water Technologies, Huber SE, Flo Trend Systems, Inc., Econet group (Dewaco), Phoenix Process Equipment Co., Komline-Sanderson Engineering Corporation and OY Ekotuotanto AB.
ALFA LAVAL Corporate AB
Overview: Alfa Laval was established in the year 1883. The company is a prominent global provider of high-quality heat transfer, separation and fluid handling devices. Since 1937, Alfa Laval has had a presence in India. It is an Alfa Laval Group sales firm situated in Lund, Sweden. Pune, Maharashtra, is home to the India Corporate Office. The Maharashtra factories produce and supply vital components and systems in separation, heat transfer and flow technology.
It serves as a distribution center for centrifugal separators, decanters and flow equipment transported to international markets. Food processing, dairy, edible oil processing, pharmaceutical & biotechnology, pulp & paper, inorganic, petrochemical, oil & gas and other goods & solutions.
Product Portfolio: From rugged i-DW units to state-of-the-art ALDEC G3 VecFlowTM systems, the business offers a complete line of decanters for sludge thickening and dewatering. The Alfa Laval ALDEC G3 VecFlowTM decanter centrifuge for sludge thickening and dewatering is the newest addition to our decanter centrifuge line.
Key Development: At the WEFTEC exposition in Chicago in September 2019, Alfa Laval will unveil its new ALDEC G3 VecFlowTM decanter centrifuge for sludge dewatering and thickening. Alfa Laval's VecFlowTM feed zone is featured in the new decanter centrifuge, which saves power consumption by 30% while improving separation performance.
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Target Audience 2022
Dewatering Equipment Service Providers/ Buyers
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