San Francisco, California, October 29, 2018 – The need for maintaining optimum quality of ambient as well as indoor air in the face of rising percentage of industrial effluents and changing weather patterns across the globe is a key factor driving the demand for air treatment. The global air treatment market is expected to continually gain from the rising awareness about health concerns from inhaling contaminated air. A report by TMR Research shines light on these trends and evaluates their impacts on the various dynamics of the air treatment market. The report is titled “Air Treatment Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2018–2028”.
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The rising demand for air conditioners during warm months of the year is expected to add revenue to the global air treatment market. The uptake is also receiving large impetus from the advent of smart, connected air coolers that can be controlled by smartphones. More stringent implementation of regulatory norms on controlling emissions in numerous countries has led various industries install air treatment technologies for managing effluents. The demand has been receiving robust thrust from the rapid pace of industrialization in emerging economies.
The growing inclination of populations across the globe toward greener living is also bolstering the growth of the air treatment market. Over the past few years, manufacturers of air treatment systems have been focusing on improving connectivity features in these devices. Furthermore, the development of interoperable technologies is a key factor anticipated to catalyze the growth of the air treatment market.
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On the global front, emerging economies such as in Asia Pacific are expected to emerge as potentially promising for air treatment technologies. The growth of this regional market is reinforced in part by the rapid advances being made by the electronics and semiconductor markets in key economies of Asia Pacific.
Some of the players vying for sizeable shares in the global air treatment market are 3M, Atlas Copco, Ahlstrom-Munksjö, Donaldson, Freudenberg, Mann+Hummel, Donaldson Company, Inc., and Honeywell International Inc.