Pune, India, Jan 2022, MRFR Press Release/Market Research Future has published a Cooked Research Report on the Global UV Disinfection Equipment Market.
The Global UV Disinfection Equipment Market is estimated to reach USD 4,321.45 Million by 2027, registering a CAGR of 12.5% during the forecast period, 2021–2027. In this report, Market Research Future (MRFR) includes the segmentation and dynamics of the market to offer a better glimpse of the market in the next few years.
Ultraviolet disinfection employs short-wavelength ultraviolet light to kill bacteria by destroying their nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA. Microorganisms are rendered inactive because of the process and are unable to conduct essential biological tasks. Ultraviolet disinfection equipment disinfects water by putting LEDs, lamps, or bulbs near it. The UV disinfection equipment market is made up of the parts that make up a UV disinfection system. Waste and water treatment, process water disinfection, air disinfection, surface disinfection, food and beverage disinfection, and other applications are all covered by this type of equipment, which is used by residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal end-users.
The Global UV Disinfection Equipment Market has been segmented based on components, deployment, application, end user.
Based on component, the global UV Disinfection Equipment market has been segmented into UV Lamps, Reactor Chambers, Quartz Sleeves, Controller Units, Others. Among the components of UV disinfection equipment, ultraviolet lamps hold the largest share as it is an important component of the UV disinfection equipment. Ultraviolet lamps as they have a long history of use for inactivating microbial aerosols. UV lamps disinfect surfaces without chemicals, which is crucial in many industries. For decades, established water purifier OEMs have relied on low-pressure mercury lamps to provide proven UV disinfection. However, since 2017, the Minamata Convention is phasing out mercury in everyday products; manufacturing companies are likely to be financially responsible for the disposal costs of mercury used in their products. These potential regulatory barriers, consumer preference for nontoxic products, and the competitive pressure from startups provide strong impetus for established water purifier OEMs to consider UV-C LEDs. Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) that produce UV radiation are also becoming more commonly available. Typically, LEDs emit a very narrow wavelength band of radiation. Currently available UV LEDs have peak wavelengths at 265 nm, 273 nm, and 280 nm, among others. One advantage of LEDs over low-pressure mercury lamps is that they contain no mercury. Because of the inherent benefits and endless possibilities, UV-C LEDs are expected to become the most popular choice worldwide for industries that require water, air and surface sterilization.
By deployment, the UV Disinfection Equipment market has been segmented into Portable, Wall-Mounted, Others. Among them, wall-mounted UV disinfection equipment holds the largest share in market as majority of the end-users such as food and beverage industries, bio- pharmaceutical industries and cosmetic industries use wall-mounted UV disinfection equipment for sterilization. In addition, wall-mounted or stationary UV disinfection equipment are used in treating the wastewater in the tertiary stage in wastewater disinfection sites to combat the problems of water scarcity and the rising cost of fresh water. Furthermore, wall-mounted UV disinfection equipment is also being deployed in hospitals and several commercial spaces. Recently, a company called UVC Cleaning Systems introduced a stationary UV device, designed to be mounted on a wall. Nevertheless, several companies including market leaders Xenex, UVDI, and Spectra254 are manufacturing and selling portable UV room disinfection systems. Most are designed to be wheeled into a room, used, and then wheeled out. In addition, with the growing concerns associated with the outbreak of COVID-19, the demand for portable UV disinfection equipment are expected to rise over the forecast period growing with a CAGR of 11.4%.
Based on Application, the UV Disinfection Equipment market has been segmented into Water and Wastewater, Disinfection Process, Water Disinfection, Air Disinfection, Surface Disinfection, Food & Beverage Disinfection, Others. The investment in UV disinfection equipment has been rising as it can be used in many different types of applications. It has been used in many different applications including water and wastewater disinfection, process water disinfection, air disinfection, surface disinfection, and in F&B disinfection among others. Among them, water and wastewater disinfection applications account for the major share as UV Disinfection equipment is majorly used to treat microbial contamination in water and wastewater applications. The segment accounted for 35% of the overall revenue. The majority share by water and wastewater disinfection applications is attributed to the rise in the deployment of UV disinfection equipment in the residential, commercial, and industrial areas for disinfecting water to make it suitable for drinking and other purposes. Furthermore, the increasing enforcement of stringent government regulations related to safe and environmentally friendly treatment of water and wastewater is also aiding the growth of the UV disinfection equipment market. Moreover, with the use of UV Disinfection equipment, there is no need to handle potentially dangerous chemicals such as chlorine and it also offers low power consumption and is also environmentally friendly. Thus, due to its benefits along with the rising scarcity of the use of UV Disinfection equipment in water and waste water segment is increasing significantly. Furthermore, UV sanitization is used in any application where microbial free, safe and pure water is required such as in process water disinfection.
Further, the equipment demand for air treatment and surface treatment in the healthcare facilities, biopharmaceutical industries, and for food and beverage disinfection is rising owing to the high focus to provide innovative medical-grade air purifiers, such as UV systems. Particularly, the global health-threatening crisis from the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of ultraviolet (UV) disinfection equipments for biocontaminated air and surfaces as the major media for disease transmission.
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The key players of the UV Disinfection Equipment include Heraeus Holding, Alpha-Purify, Helios Quartz, Xylem Inc., Halma PLC, Kuraray Europe GmbH, Evoqua Water Technologies LLC, American Ultraviolet, Dr. Hönle AG, Advanced UV, Inc., Seoul Semiconductor Co., Ltd., Lumalier, Hitech Ultraviolet Pvt. Ltd., UVO3, and SUEZ.
The regional analysis for the hybrid cloud market has been done for North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East & Africa, and South America. The North America UV disinfection equipment market size was valued at USD 1,239 million in 2020, and is projected to reach USD 2806 million by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 12.6% from 2021 to 2027. Furthermore, US held 78.77% of the overall market and the demand for UV disinfection equipment in the US is expected to rise annually. Furthermore, the US market will also be supported by sustained efforts to decrease water consumption through the treatment and reuse of wastewater and by rising water treatment standards in industrial markets such as manufacturing, resource extraction, and power generation. Moreover, the adoption of UV technology for disinfection is growing as UV equipment’s allow users to decrease reliance on potentially hazardous solutions such as Chlorine used in water treatment.