Global Industrial Filtration Market - 2022-2029
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The global industrial filtration 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).
Filtration of industrial oils, gases, lubricants and water is known as industrial filtration. The major goal of industrial filtration is to keep harmful contaminants out of machinery, human life, and the environment. Industrial filters are intended for specific jobs, system properties and operating situations instead of domestic filters.
Power plants, paper& pulp and the automotive industry employ industrial filters. Filtration is also utilized in businesses involving chemical processes, such as the dairy, sugar, chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
The rising industrial sector is likely to boost demand for the industrial filtration market over the forecast period. The government controls policies for environmental protection, the need for safe workplaces in industrial facilities, increased demand for equipment operation & long lifecycle and industrial development in developing countries are the driving forces for the growth of the industrial filtration market.
Environmental protection regulations and mandates are becoming increasingly important worldwide to decrease the impact of industrial emissions. The guidelines emphasize the use of non-toxic ingredients, the modification of manufacturing processes and conservation strategies. They also encourage the reuse of materials rather than disposing of them in the waste stream, which aids in the reduction of pollution. North America and Europe were the first to enact environmental protection legislation worldwide. The EPA- Environmental Protection Agency is in charge of pollution control measures in U.S. The acts such as Pollution Prevention Act, Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act and National Environmental Policy Act are only a few of the important rules and laws in the country.
The Clean Air Act focuses on controlling air emissions from stationary and mobile sources to preserve public health and reduce hazardous air pollutants. The Clean Water Act tries to regulate the release of contaminants into bodies of water. In Europe, the European Union (EU) has made goals for achieving desired air quality levels that do not have major negative impacts or dangers to human health and the environment. In Europe, air quality emission standards place a premium on continual monitoring and assessing ambient air quality. In addition, large-scale industrial installations must get operational permits for environmental protection under the law.
The digitalization of filtration products represents a significant growth opportunity because it allows for real-time monitoring of industrial filters. Sensors are fitted in the filters to record the load status of the air cleaners and communicate service-related information to the plant operator. This approach aids in maintenance planning by preventing unplanned equipment downtime. Filters attached to sensor technologies can be replaced at precise times. It also reduces utilizing filters beyond their operational phase, ensuring that machines have the longest service life possible.
The increasing use of Industry 4.0 accelerates the rise of digitalization in industrial filtration, allowing businesses to monitor operational performance and collect real-time data effectively. The data gathered thus aids in analyzing system performance, estimating maintenance needs & downtime, gathering system overview and automating procedures, all of which contribute to easier monitoring and analysis.
Although industrial filtration is a crucial aspect of any efficient industrial process, it is also fraught with difficulties due to its limited functions. For example, viruses, VOCs (volatile organic compounds), mold and bacteria with diameters less than 0.4 microns can still enter and significantly impact indoor air quality, even though industrial filters cannot eliminate them. Furthermore, the foundation of European Filter Classifications protects against insects and fibers.
However, they have a limited effect on bigger pollen (70%) and are ineffective against smoke and black particles. Some of the technological inefficiencies may be a barrier to industrial filtration. They may impede the adoption of industrial filters in applications across various industries where very small microns persist and can penetrate.
The advent of the global pandemic has significantly impacted the whole manufacturing sector. Because of the governments' nationwide lockdowns and travel restrictions, the sectors faced a severe labor shortage. As a result, most industries had to reduce their production capacity and as a result, the need for industrial filtration declined.
The outbreak of a new coronavirus has increased public awareness of the environmental issue and the importance of health care. The expansion of the industrial filtration market is expected to be driven by increased awareness.
By end-user, the industrial filtration market is segmented into food & beverages, chemical & petrochemicals, oil & gas, automotive, pharmaceuticals, metals & mining and others.
The huge proportion of the pharmaceutical solution segment can be attributed to the need to maintain high cleanliness & safety standards to avoid any external contamination in the medicines produced by staff and the surrounding environment. Microbes, germs and suspended particles in the air can also cause product contamination, which is not normally an issue in other firms.
Contamination can render a product unfit for use and jeopardize pharmaceutical businesses' quality requirements; therefore, it has emerged as the largest sector in industrial filtering market. The plant process is vital and widely employed in the pharmaceutical sector as one of the unit activities of pharmaceutical technology. Rapid growth in the pharmaceutical sector is expected to enhance demand for bio-filters, a combination filter and biological digestion device, leading to increased consumption in the coming years.
High adoption of industrial filters in Asia-Pacific nations such as China, Japan and India is expected to drive the industrial filtration business since they have more industries, particularly in China, a manufacturing hub for various sectors. In the devices, industrial filtration technologies are used to extend the life of the equipment by minimizing wear, tear and friction.
The existence of significant oil & gas producers and pharmaceutical firms in the region further increases the demand for industrial filtration systems, as waste generation necessitates its treatment, which employs the systems. Moreover, several government efforts have pushed the industrial centrifugal filtering systems business. For example, the Indian government has implemented a green skill development program to reduce pollution from companies, which is expected to boost the adoption of industrial filtration systems.
The global industrial filtration market is competitive and leading companies are focusing on increasing production capacity by building new manufacturing units, particularly in emerging regions. Product launches, acquisitions and R&D efforts are important strategies used by industrial filtration market participants.
Parker Hannifin Corp, for example, launched Pro Tura SB, a nano cartridge filter, in October 2019. It filters industrial gases with great efficiency while using less energy. It is also more resistant to moisture in the air stream. The introduction of new industrial filters with varied functions is expected to boost the market share of industrial filtration.
Mann+Hummel bought Hardy Filtration, a Canadian air filtration company, in August 2019. This acquisition is expected to broaden the company's global footprint and manufacturing capabilities of Tri-Dim Filter Corporation, which Mann+Hummel acquired in 2018.
Major global industrial filtration market companies include: Alfa Laval, Camfil, Donaldson Company Inc., Parker-Hannifin, Eaton, Filtration Corporation, Mann+Hummel, The 3M Company, Babcock & Wilcox and W.L. Gore.
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