Indoor Air Purification Market Overview
Indoor Air Purification market size is forecast to reach US$31.2 billion by 2027 after growing at a CAGR of 7.8% during 2022-2027. Indoor air purification is important for the filtration of harmful pollutants found in the environment. The growing use of high-efficiency particulate arrestance (HEPA), activated carbon filtration, and thermodynamic sterilization system-based air purifiers in the commercial, residential, and industrial sectors is expected to drive market growth. The rising popularity of mist eliminators and ionizer purifiers in smart homes, supportive government regulations for effective air pollution monitoring and control, rising levels of air pollution worldwide, and increasing public awareness about the health and environmental consequences of air pollution are all driving this market forward. During the forecast period, however, the high cost of these products and technical limitations associated with air quality monitoring products are expected to restrain the market growth.
The COVID-19 outbreak has created significant financial opportunities for air purifier manufacturers, with high-performance units incorporating HEPA, ionizer purifiers, and activated carbon filtration technologies proving to be particularly popular in reducing virus spread in enclosed spaces. Premium, high-performance air purifiers can filter out particles as small as 1 micron, and the COVID-19 virus is estimated to be 1.2 microns in size. As a result, manufacturers have expressed confidence in their ability to provide an indoor environment solution during the outbreak that will meet demand soon. Following COVID-19, consumers are becoming more aware of the importance of air purification, which presents an opportunity for air purifier retailers to increase sales. High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters, photocatalytic purifiers, activated carbon filtration purifiers, and ionic filters are among the technologies that some companies are incorporating into their air quality systems. The air purifier business has been severely hampered on the supply side since the global lockdown began. Due to disruptions in the supply chain and logistics, retail and online sales came to a halt, with online channels being used only for the delivery of essential items. Although residential sales have halted, air purifier manufacturers are relying on commercial end-users to generate demand during this time. Despite the supply chain disruptions, global air purifier companies began using existing inventory to cope with the hampered production and global trade after the lockdown restrictions were lifted.
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Indoor Air Purification Market Segment Analysis – By Technology
The high-efficiency particulate arrestance (HEPA) segment held the largest share in the indoor air purification market in 2021 and is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 7.3% during 2022-2027. This air filter can theoretically remove 99.97 percent of mold, bacteria, dust, pollen, and other airborne particles smaller than 0.3 microns (m). In medical settings such as hospitals and clinics, HEPA filters are the standard filtration system. This is because high-efficiency air filters remove not only inorganic dust suspended in the air but also microscopic organisms that can cause serious harm. HEPA filters are highly efficient because they use thick, pleated media rather than the flat fiberglass media found in standard filters. which use a combination of interception, diffusion, and inertial impaction to capture microscopic particles that would otherwise pass through other filters. As a result, HEPA provides a significantly increased filtration surface area as well as a longer filter service life, making it the preferred air purification technology.
Indoor Air Purification Market Segment Analysis – By End-Use Industry
The industrial building segment held the largest share in the indoor air purification market in 2021 and is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 9.6% during 2022-2027. In various industrial buildings, air purification aids in the control of welding smoke and fumes, buffing dust, grinding dust, and even light paint overspray. Metal fabrication and manufacturing processes produce dust, particles, and fumes that must be controlled and reduced. In an automotive repair shop, manufacturing plant, or service area, many things are going on at any given time. These tools and machinery can saturate the work area with various types of dust, debris, and chemicals. Metal and automotive manufacturers frequently use indoor air purification systems to control and reduce these impurities. Furthermore, air filtration products have assisted aviation producers, maintenance and repair facilities (FBOs), and private airplane owners in removing welding smoke and fumes, composite dust, sanding dust, wood dust (interior shops), machine mist and grit, and other dust. As a result, industrial buildings have a high demand for indoor air purification systems.
Indoor Air Purification Market Segment Analysis – By Geography
Asia-Pacific region held the largest share in the indoor air purification market in 2021 up to 35%, owing to spiraling demand for indoor air purification from the industrial buildings in the APAC region. The industrial building sector is expanding in Asia-Pacific countries. For instance, in January 2022, Posco and Adani Group of South Korea have agreed to jointly construct a US$5 billion integrated manufacturing unit in Gujarat, marking the South Korean steel giant’s third attempt to establish a significant manufacturing presence in India. In January 2022, Honda-Dongfeng announced to build an electric-vehicle production plant in Wuhan. The Dongfeng-Honda Automobile factory will begin operating in 2024, with an annual capacity of 120,000 vehicles. In November 2021, Chinese electronics manufacturer Xiaomi announced its plan to build an automobile manufacturing plant in Beijing with an annual capacity of three lakh vehicles. By 2024, the facility will be operational and will produce electric vehicles. In October 2021, the aerospace unit of Wipro Infrastructure Engineering (WIN) inaugurated a second facility spanning 25,000 square feet for manufacturing of precision parts for aerospace applications at the Aerospace Special Economic Zone located near the Bengaluru International Airport, India. Thus, the increasing construction of industrial buildings in APAC is the major factor boosting the market growth during the year 2021 and the forecast period.
Indoor Air Purification Market Drivers
Construction of New Industrial Buildings
The air inside industrial buildings, particularly food manufacturing plants or chemical processing facilities and structures, is typically two to five times more polluted than the air outside, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Dust particles, oil mist aerosols, and condensed vapors from the manufacturing process can accumulate both inside and outside the equipment, causing issues with process quality, equipment maintenance, and worksite safety. As a result, indoor air purification systems are frequently used in industrial buildings. Construction of new industrial facilities is increasing around the world to meet rising product demand. PepsiCo, for illustration, invested US$109 million in Mexico in May 2019 to build a new plant in Guanajuato. By 2025, the plant will be fully operational. The British government pledged £12 million (US$15.4 million) in August 2020 to assist Derby in establishing a high-tech food manufacturing campus. By 2024, the project should be completed. West Coast Olefins bought a 300-acre plot of land in the BCR Industrial Area in July 2019 for a US$5.6 billion chemical project. The project includes a world-scale ethylene plant and a polyethylene factory, and the company estimates that the construction and startup of the facilities will take three years. Peróxidos do Brasil, a joint venture between the Solvay Group and Produtos Qumicos Makay (PQM), began construction of a new hydrogen peroxide production unit (H2O2) in Chile’s Bioregion in November 2020. The demand for indoor air purification systems increased in tandem with the construction of new industrial facilities, propelling the market forward.
Increasing Demand from the Commercial Building Industry
Hospitals, hotels, educational centers, movie theatres, and other recreational facilities are among the commercial uses of air purifiers. In hotels and restaurants, air ionizer purifiers with activated carbon and HEPA are used to remove airborne particulates, smoke, and odor from the air, thereby improving the air quality. In healthcare facilities, air purifiers are used to remove allergens, airborne pathogens, and odors from the air, as well as to maintain indoor air quality for patients and employees. As a result of increasing urbanization and population, new commercial buildings are being built in various regions. For illustration, The UK government announced in October 2020 that 40 hospitals will be built by 2030 as part of a £3.7 billion (US$4.7 billion) deal. In addition, as announced last year, 20 hospitals will receive a share of £850 million (US$1,091.3 million) to update outdated facilities and equipment. In February 2020, the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) announced the signing of two new properties in Saudi Arabia. When it opens in 2024, InterContinental Dammam will be IHG’s first hotel in the city, bolstering the company’s presence in the country’s eastern region. The UK government will release £1 billion in June 2020 to fund 50 school construction projects in England the following year. The plans include a 10-year commitment to improving school and college facilities, with the first 50 projects set to begin construction in September 2021. Due to the sheer importance of indoor air purification in commercial buildings, it is expected that the market will be driven by the growing commercial building industry.
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Indoor Air Purification Market Challenges
Drawbacks Related to Indoor Air Purification
Most portable or stand-alone air purifiers can only evaluate the air quality of a small area and don’t have three-dimensional data collection capabilities. Instead of active monitoring sensor nodes, many air quality monitoring systems use passive monitoring sensor nodes, which require periodic and manual data updates. Through wireless or other networks, active monitoring sensor nodes can automate data acquisition, data transfer, and data storage. Due to the lack of active monitoring sensor nodes, technical limitations associated with specific air purifiers may arise, limiting market growth and negatively impacting adoption. The air purification industry is primarily driven by consumers. Air purifier manufacturers operate by gathering data on their customers’ needs and requirements. Consumer expectations, on the other hand, are constantly changing because they prefer additional benefits and the product’s core functions. Residential air purifiers, for instance, are expected to provide cooling as well as allergen-free breathing. At the same price as a basic air purifier, consumers prefer additional benefits such as fine particulate filters and ozone control applications. As a result, R&D costs for new product launches are high. The aforementioned factors are just a few of the disadvantages of indoor air purification that are limiting the market growth.
Indoor Air Purification Industry Outlook
Technology launches, acquisitions, and R&D activities are key strategies adopted by players in the Indoor Air Purification market. Indoor Air Purification top 10 companies include:
In October 2021, in India, Dyson introduced two new air purifiers with hot and cold air output and HEPA filtration. The machines can capture the H1N1 virus as well as 99.95% of particles as small as 0.1 microns, including allergens, bacteria, viruses, pollen, and mold spores.
In June 2021, Daikin Applied today unveiled the Daikin Air Purifier, a line of portable room air purifiers designed to improve IAQ while lowering the risk of airborne infections and pollutants. The air purifiers are designed to supplement ventilation and filtration in classrooms, healthcare clinics, restaurants, churches, office buildings, and other similar facilities by removing a variety of contaminants.
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