Industrial Air Filtration Market To Surpass A Valuation Of US$ 45.2 Bn By 2027, FMI

In 2032, the industrial air filtration market share is likely to expand at a steady CAGR of 6.2%, reaching US$ 45.2 Billion in 2027 from US$ 6 Billion in 2021, according to a new analysis from FMI. Increasing demand for energy-efficient filtering technology has an impact on the adoption of industrial air filtration market.

The market for metals industrial air filtration is expected to grow 6.8 percent by 2027. Aluminium and steel mills emit significant amounts of hazardous gases and smoke. Grinding employees’ increased risk of pneumoconiosis drives demand for industrial air filtration systems throughout the metal manufacturing industry. The use of welding fumes is expected to increase by about 7%.

To improve air quality, governments and regulatory bodies have imposed stringent industry requirements. The United States’ Clean Air Act, for example, enacted legislation to reduce air pollution. Industrial air filtration companies have been forced to use air filtering devices in order to comply with strict air quality laws.

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“Rising welding use in manufacturing, construction, automotive, and transportation industries is driving market expansion. Growing emphasis on design flexibility, weight reduction, and modification simplicity should boost welding demand. The industrial air filtration system is in high demand due to the region’s growing pharmaceutical, electricity, and food sectors. Environmental protection legislation and an increasing focus on energy-efficient filtration products are expected to boost the market.”

Key Takeaways:

  • Government attempts to combat industrial pollution are expected to boost demand for industrial air filtration equipment in the coming years. Stringent government regulations governing industrial waste management will add fuel to the fire.
  • Global industry expansion has deteriorated the ecosystem over the last several years due to the unrestricted flow of industrial gases into the natural air. Job growth, particularly in low-income nations such as India and China, is extremely harmful and may pose a threat to the environment, as these sectors in the region operate under lax pollution regulations.
  • Occupational safety standards and severe laws for the preservation of indoor and outdoor air quality are projected to support the rising demand for industrial air filters over the next several years.
  • Numerous sectors, including chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and many more, utilise industrial air filtering systems to provide safe working conditions for their employees.
  • Rapid adoption, combined with the development of new facilities, has raised the need for filtration solutions in sectors like warehouses and industrial units.

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Competitive Landscape

The market’s major players include Alfa Laval (Sweden), Donaldson (US), Danaher (US), Parker Hannifin (US), Eaton (Ireland), and Ahlstrom-Munksjö (Sweden) (Finland).

  • Danaher manufacturers’ main objective is to increase investment and acquisitions. This includes biological sciences, diagnostics, dentistry and environmental & applied solutions. Life sciences offer industrial air filtration, and Pall divides its filtering business into two groups: life science and industrial. It provides both liquid and air filtration.
  • Donaldson is another significant player in selling filtration equipment. It has two business segments: engine and industrial. Manufacturing sophisticated industrial filtration technology for metal & mining, food processing and pharmaceutical, and cement industries.
  • Aldec G3 VecFLow decanter centrifuge, Alfa Laval, September 2019. This device reduces power consumption by 30% and improves separation performance by decreasing sludge dewatering and thickening costs.
  • In January 2020, Ahlstrom-Munksjö increased capacity at its Malmsey facility in Belgium. The company’s Fabiano Plentily and Turin factories in Italy now produce micro glass-based media. It increased industrial filtration production capacity in Bianzhou, China. It cost USD 31 million. Camfil introduced Absolute V, an energy-efficient HEPA air filter, in February 2020. It saves 20% energy.