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UV Disinfection Equipment Market size was valued at USD 4.36 billion in 2021 and is poised to grow from USD 4.90 billion in 2022 to USD 11.01 billion by 2030, at a CAGR of 12.28% during the forecast period (2023-2030).

Due to the growing demand for products with UV technology, major manufacturers are putting more of an emphasis on product breakthroughs and technological advancements. To further solidify their position in the market, manufacturers are also pursuing alternative tactics like mergers and acquisitions. 'Atlantic Ultraviolet Corporation (United States)', 'Xylem Inc. (United States)', 'Trojan Technologies Inc. (Canada)', 'Halma plc (United Kingdom)', 'Evoqua Water Technologies LLC (United States)', 'Advanced UV, Inc. (United States)', 'Hoenle AG (Germany)', 'Aquionics Inc. (United States)', 'Heraeus Holding GmbH (Germany)', 'Severn Trent plc (United Kingdom)', 'Calgon Carbon Corporation (United States)', 'American Ultraviolet (United States)', 'UV-Technik Speziallampen GmbH (Germany)', 'XENEX Disinfection Services LLC (United States)', 'Philips Lighting (Netherlands)', 'Hanovia Ltd. (United Kingdom)', 'SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions (France)', 'Kuraray Co., Ltd. (Japan)', 'Danaher Corporation (United States)', 'Aquafine Corporation (United States)', 'WEDECO (Germany)', 'Halosil International, Inc. (United States)'

Nearly 100,000 fatalities in the United States occur each year as a result of healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs), and the expense of treating them runs into the billions. As a result, healthcare organizations and hospital administrators are starting to realize how useful and affordable it is to employ UV light to disinfect hospitals with wall-mounted units or portable UVC disinfection systems. Additionally, since they roam from room to room disinfecting patients, UVC robots are becoming more and more common in hospitals. Devices installed on the wall in bathrooms can be set to turn on when the door closes.

The demand for UV disinfection equipment in water and wastewater treatment is rising globally. UV technology is being utilized to ensure safe and clean water supplies, particularly in areas with limited access to clean water. Governments and regulatory bodies are emphasizing the importance of water quality, driving the implementation of UV disinfection systems in municipal water treatment plants and industrial wastewater treatment facilities.

The region is expected to increase at a CAGR of 13.3% over the forecast period and currently holds the largest market share for ultraviolet (UV) disinfection equipment globally. China is the region's biggest producer of ultraviolet disinfection equipment among the nations in the Asia-Pacific. Energy, aluminum, armaments, cement, chemicals, coal, fertilizers, food processing, iron, machine-building, mining, and ore processing are China's key economic sectors, with the energy industry accounting for around 33% of the Asia-Pacific market. China's economy is also rapidly expanding. Water is used as an input or a byproduct in these industries. Similar to China, metropolitan areas in India have a considerable need for UV disinfection equipment, and semi-urban areas are becoming more conscious of the issue.

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Global UV Disinfection Equipment Market

Product ID: SQMIG20L2031