ID: MRFR/E&P/5506-CR | November 2019 | Region: Global | 155 pages
Industrial Filtration Market is projected to be worth USD 37.05 Billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of 6.49% during the forecast period (2021 - 2027), The market was valued at USD 30.91 Billion in 2020.
Industrial filters are used in filtering or separating industrial oils, gases, and lubricants during operations. It can separate liquid and solid matter and allow them to pass through separate outlets without interrupting the operation. Filtration solutions are being currently employed by manufacturers in food & beverages, water & wastewater, oil & gas, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and biotechnology.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the safety and hygiene of industrial operations and pushed for reforms in this effect. Manufacturers are responding to the health crisis by expanding their capacity and assisting healthcare workers and governments in curbing the spread of the disease. For instance, Freudenberg Performance Materials is currently increasing its capacity for nonwoven media for raising the numbers of face masks. The mask is being produced using natural fruit extracts and possesses the capability of capturing the virus.
Nanotechnology is being employed by industries for restricting the flow of the virus while letting air circulate freely. Ventilation systems employing this technology can restrict the movement of the COVID-19 virus and let operations continue unabated. According to the University of Houston, nanotech coatings are critical during cold weather and maintain indoor air quality. These coatings are expected to be installed throughout New York City and capture virus particles.
The global industrial filtration market competition is driven by investments in latest filtration systems and policies rolled out by governments in various countries. Research and development, acquisitions, and product launches are strategies incorporated by players to stay afloat in the market. Replacement of old filters can be a prime opportunity for players to expand their reach in developing countries.
Rise in pollution levels and impending need for worker safety has pushed environmental reforms to be mandated in industrial environments. Rise of industrial liquids and contaminants have compelled government authorities to roll out policies for impeding its production from various industries. The European Commission in 2013 had proposed a clean air policy package for lowering the impacts from harmful emissions by 2030. Maintenance of a clean working environment is to be pivotal in driving the global industrial filtration system market.
Energy-saving measures employed by governments worldwide can be a lucrative opportunity for filtration manufacturers in the global industrial filtration market. Electrical consumption amounting to 10-20% is bound to be used by HVAC systems across Europe. The European Committee of Air Handling and Refrigeration Equipment have designed a rating system for choosing energy-efficient filters and keeping power consumption at an optimal level.
Filtration technologies employed in renewable energy generation can pose a viable threat to industries. The rise in installation numbers of solar and wind power plants and use of membrane technology for separating harmful gases from generation of energy can bode well for filtration technology manufacturers. Inclination towards renewable energy sources for powering everyday devices can pose a threat to the global industrial filtration market.
Liquid filters can command a huge revenue share of the market owing to stringent environment regulations for preventing pollutants from entering water bodies. The high amount of spending on wastewater treatment plants and the need for clean water can drive the segment demand in the global industrial filtration systems market. The demand for zero charge and zero emission and adoption of advanced water equipment can drive the demand for industrial filters over the forecast period.
Nonwoven fabrics are durable, water-resistant, and hypoallergenic and used in industries of healthcare, mineral processing, and pharmaceuticals. The fabrics are used by equipment manufacturers for producing masks to filter out viral particles. The face mask launched by Freudenberg Group contains a three-layer polypropylene filter and characterized by breathability.
By End-use Industry
The pharmaceuticals industry is anticipated to be lucrative for the global industrial filtration market owing to rigorous quality assurance tests for over-the-counter (OTC) drugs and medications. The test can detect viruses and other bacteria that must be removed from all filters. Industrial filtration systems are put in place for making the end product suitable for human consumption.
F&B Industry to Command Huge Market Share
The food and beverage industry employs a huge amount of industrial filters for prolonging the shelf life of products. Liquid filtration plays an important role in adhering to various norms for quality assurance. Some of these include separation of milk fat from dairy products, separation and washing of grains in distilleries, and others. The large demand of processed foods and consumables by the large populace can drive the demand in the global industrial filtration market.
Asia Pacific to Rule the Industrial Filtration Market
APAC is expected to command a massive share of the global industrial filtration market owing to rapid industrialization and increasing number of initiatives for minimizing harmful emissions. This is exemplified by the establishment of the Asian Industrial Gases Association for promoting safety and industrial awareness of harmful gases and implementation of air filters for restricting its flow.
North America to Capture Global Industrial Filtration Market Share
North America is expected to drive the demand for industrial filtration owing to the presence of various companies in oil & gas, food & beverages, metal & mining, power generation, and pharmaceutical industries. The expansion of the manufacturing sector and the large consumer base in the region can bode well for the market.
Camfil, an American corporation, has launched new air filters for the food and beverage industry that reduce threats from contaminants while lowering production costs. The Durafil ES2 filter can maximize the efficiency of production and protect the product from spores, pathogens, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The reopening of restaurants and kitchens during the COVID-19 pandemic can provide a lucrative opportunity for the manufacturer.
Simatek and FLSmidth have reached an agreement for acquiring the fabric filter technology of the latter in 2020. This will allow the former to expand its base of operations and consumer base.
The global industrial filtration market report by Market Research Future (MRFR) has been conducted by notable research analysts for providing an unbiased view of the industry. It contains developments, trends, drivers, and challenges for the forecast period. It segments the market by type, media, and end-use industry for a comprehensive view.
By End-use Industry
|CAGR||6.49% CAGR (2022-2030)|
|Historical Data||2019 & 2020|
|Forecast Units||Value (USD Billion)|
|Report Coverage||Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends|
|Segments Covered||Type, Media and End-Use|
|Geographies Covered||North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World (RoW)|
|Key Vendors||Parker Hannifin Corp (U.S.), Alfa Laval (Sweden), Camfil (Sweden), Ahlstrom-Munksjö (Sweden), Lenntech B.V. (the Netherlands), MANN+HUMMEL (Germany), Pall Corporation (U.S.), Sidco Filter Corporation (U.S.), Filtration Group Corporation (U.S.), Donaldson Company (U.S.), Freudenberg Group (Germany), Cummins Inc. (U.S.), Eaton (Ireland)|
|Key Market Opportunities||Investments in manufacturing and process industries in developing countries|
|Key Market Drivers||
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :
The industrial filtration market can surge at a lucrative CAGR by 2027.
By 2027, the worldwide market of industrial filtration can attain USD 49.87 Billion by 2027.
MANN+HUMMEL (Germany), Camfil (Sweden), Lenntech B.V. (the Netherlands), Sidco Filter Corporation (US), and Cummins Inc. (US) are some reputed names in the industrial filtration market.
The growing clean work environment requirement is expected to prompt the industrial filtration expansion
The high rate of deployment of industrial filtration in the F&B industry of APAC can bolster the regional market expansion.