Growing Concerns Regarding Pollution Drive Uptake of Mercury Analyzers

San Francisco, California, July 02, 2018: A recent market research report by TMR Research presents a detailed overview of the global market for mercury analyzers, the devices used to detect the levels of mercury in gases, solids, or liquids for safety and environmental reasons. The report, titled “Mercury Analyzer Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017–2025,” states that the market will display promising growth prospects over the period between 2017 and 2025 owing to the significant rise in industrial activities in emerging economies across the globe.

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The vast rise in the number of legal and statuary requirements abiding corporates to follow environment safety norms has also necessitated the increased uptake of a variety of mercury analyzers in the past few years. The increased demand for sophisticated products has compelled a number of players to put more emphasis on R&D activities with the view of developing technologically advanced, flexible, and more accurate mercury analyzers.

The vast rise in awareness among the global population, businesses, enterprises, and industries regarding the negative impact of environmental pollution on the health of all living organisms as well as the quality of land and water is also expected to work in favor of the global mercury analyzers market over the report’s forecast period.

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The vendor landscape of the market has become increasingly competitive in the recent years as a number of new companies have forayed into the field of manufacturing and designing heavy metal analyzers in the past few years. The level of competition is expected to remain intense in the highly fragmented market over the next few years as well. Some of the leading companies in the market are Lumex Instruments, Mercury Instruments, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Hitachi High-Technologies, Perkinelmer, Tekran, Analytik Jena, Milestone, Nippon Instruments, and Teledyne Leeman Labs.