Global Cleanroom Technology Market: Increasing Demand from Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Industries to Push Market Growth at 5.2% CAGR
The global cleanroom technology market was estimated to be USD 3,156.0 million in 2014. It is likely to grow at a CAGR of 5.2% from 2014 to 2020, and reach a value of USD 4,290.1 million by 2020.
New York City, New York, August 26, 2015: According to a recent market research report published by Persistence Market Research, rising adoption of cleanrooms in pharmaceutical and medical devices industries is expected to boost the global cleanroom technology market. The report, titled “Global Market Study on Cleanroom Technology: Consumables to Witness Highest Growth by 2020”, assesses the valuation and size of the global cleanroom technology market and projects the market to grow at a CAGR of 5.2% during the period between 2014 and 2020. The overall market was worth US$3,156.0 million in 2014 and is expected to be valued at US$4,290.1 million by 2020.
In manufacturing processes and scientific research, the presence of pollutants such as dust particles, aerosol particles, chemical vapors, and airborne microbes can seriously hamper the entire processes even in small concentrations.
Cleanrooms refer to an enclosed space maintained in a specific way to reduce the level of contamination as well as to control other environmental parameters such as humidity, pressure, and temperature. Cleanroom technology is extensively used across industries such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, semiconductor manufacturing, medical devices and life sciences, aerospace, optics, and military. The report points out that the increasing demand for sterilized pharmaceutical formulations and the development of new biologics and its wide application in the medical device industry has contributed significantly to the growth of the global cleanroom technology market.
Technological advancements in cleanroom technology have also driven the demand from the global cleanroom technology market. Innovations in cleanrooms stress on energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness while maintaining contamination control principles.
Isolators, restricted access barrier systems (RABS), and cleanroom weighing stations are some the advanced cleanroom devices. These cleanroom devices utilize barrier technology. Most isolators constitute of a solid wall envelope or a flexible wall to separate the inside of the isolator from the surrounding environment. Due to their specific designs, isolators are increasingly being used in place of conventional cleanrooms for aseptically filled products. Restricted access barrier systems offer product protection and contamination control by a combination of barriers. Cleanroom weighing stations are portable devices with controlled environments that prevent contamination of the product.
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