Global Gas Scrubber System Market Report 2022: Government-imposed Air Pollution Prevention Policies and Laws to Protect Growth That Drives the Environment
Dublin, 09 November 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – “Washing System Market by Type (Wet, Dry), End User (Marine, Oil & Gas, Petrochemical & Chemical, Pharmaceutical), Application (Particle Cleaning, Gaseous/Chemical Cleaning), Orientation (Horizontal , vertical) – added global forecast report to 2027″ ResearchAndMarkets.com Show.
The global washing systems market is expected to grow from US$ 5.0 billion in 2022 to US$ 6.7 billion by 2027, at a compound annual growth rate of 6.1%, from 2022 to 2027. Government-imposed air pollution prevention policies and laws to protect the environment, and industrialization Rapid growth in major nations and the global increase in marine activities is the main driving factor for the washing systems market.
Wet Washing System: Bulk Segmentation of Cleaning Appliances Market by Product Type
On the basis of product type, the washing machine market has been segmented into wet and dry washing systems. The wet scrubber system has been estimated to be responsible for a larger share of the scrubber systems market in 2021. Increasing greenhouse gas emissions from electricity generation, and industries, making wet scrubbers ideal for such applications.
The oil and gas sector is expected to emerge as the second largest sector dependent on the end user industry
By end-user industry, the scrubber market has been segmented into marine, oil and gas, metals, mining, power generation, chemical and petrochemical, food and beverage, agriculture, glass, pharmaceutical, water treatment and wastewater, among others. The oil and gas sector is expected to be the second largest during the forecast period. Extensive use of natural gas and oil purifiers in favor of market growth.
The gas/chemical cleaning sector is expected to emerge as the largest application dependent sector
By application, the cleaning devices market has been segmented into gaseous/chemical cleaning and particulate cleaning. The gas/chemical cleaning segment is expected to be the largest segment during the forecast period. The need to remove SOx and NOx emissions from industries will drive the market segment.
Europe is expected to be the second largest market during the forecast period
Europe is expected to be the second fastest growing market due to increased maritime trade and growth of the shipbuilding industry, strict emissions standards and ban on open loop scrubbers will create demand for closed loop scrubbers in the region.
- Air pollution prevention policies and laws implemented by the government to protect the environment
- Rapid industrialization in major countries
- Global increase in marine activities
- High operating and maintenance costs
- Strict regulatory policies for the disposal of contaminated effluents from washing systems
- Enforcement of the global sulfur cap by the International Maritime Organization
- Increased demand for dual fuel engines
- Pollution caused by heavy metals present in the washing water of the scrubber
- Availability of alternative fuel oil such as VLSFO
Main topics covered:
2 Research Methodology
3 Executive Summary
4 distinct visions
5 Market Overview
6 Laundry System Market, by Product Type
7 Washing system market, by end user industry
8 Laundry System Market, by Application
9 Laundry System Market, by Trend
10 Washing Systems Market, By Region
11 Competitive Scene
12 Company Profiles
- Alfa Laval
- Andritz Ag
- Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc.
- Babcock and Wilcox
- SICO ENVIRONMENT
- Cr Clean Air
- Duke Energy
- Fuji Electric
- Hitachi Zosen Innova
- check out
- Pacific Green Technologies
- pollution systems
- Schutte & Koerting
- Tri-Mer Company
- Verantis Environmental Solutions Group
- Yara Marine Technologies
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