Report : Europe Cleanroom Air Filter Market to 2027 - Regional Analysis and Forecasts by Product Type (HEPA Filter and ULPA Filter); and Application (Electronics, Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Medical Devices, and Others)
A cleanroom necessitates to be a very sterile environment with a high air quality level. The molecular and particulate control of contamination is crucial as the tiniest micron of dust molecule can lead to probable extreme damage. Thus the requirement of effective and efficient filtration of air is a fundamental part of the process. The filtration system is crucial for a cleanroom to function efficiently.
Filters are designed to filter the particulates in the air down to sub-micron sizes. The “standard high efficiency particulate air” (HEPA) filters the air to 0.3 microns at an efficiency of 99.975%. The “ultra-low particulate air (ULPA) filter” filters the air to 0.12 microns at an efficiency of 99.999%.
Cleanrooms are used in practically every industry where small particles can interfere with the manufacturing process. Cleanrooms are an environment where the level of contamination is controlled, specified by the number of particles per cubic meter at a specified particle size. Humidity, temperature and pressure can also be controlled. The size and complexity of cleanrooms vary dependent on the industries they are to be used in, for example, in the biotech industry, more control is needed over the environment.
The pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry cleanrooms are specified at ISO Class 5 to ISO Class 8 room standards. In case of ISO 5 240-360 air changes per hour are required whereas, in case of ISO 8 10-25 air changes are required. The ISO creates documents that provide various requirements, guidelines, specifications, and characteristics that can be used consistently to maintain the operational standards. A viable particulate such as bacteria and fungi (of size ~0.2µm to ~30µm) are the particles that have one or more living microorganisms, which, in turn, affect the sterility of the pharmaceutical environment. Pharmaceuticals manufacturers typically use cleanroom technology that keeps the seal unbroken during sanitation and filter changes. Biotechnology and pharmaceutical cleanrooms have a focus on the pressurization control, elimination of cross-contamination, and filtration of outdoor air and indoor air. Most of these cleanrooms typically operate in a cleanroom classification range from ISO Class 1 to ISO Class 6, owing to the fact that the defect can occur at any stage in the process of nanotechnology and microelectronics. Hence the increasing implementation of a cleanroom in various industries is expected to boost the sales of cleanroom air filters across Europe.
Cleanroom air filter market is expected to experience rapid growth in the coming years due to the growing pharmaceutical industry across Europe and supportive government regulations for cleanroom technologies. However, high operational costs would pose a stern challenge to the growth of the cleanroom air filter market in the coming years. Despite these hindrances, the increasing demand for cleanroom in various industries is anticipated to offer ample growth opportunities for the players operating in the cleanroom air filter market during the forecast period of 2019 to 2027. Major and smaller players are trying to come up with innovative solutions and strategic partnerships as well as different business models to attract a large base of customers.
The major companies offering cleanroom air filter market include Airclean Ltd., American Air Filter Company, Inc. (AAF Flanders), Camfil, Parker Hannifin Corporation, Critical Systems, Inc., Filtration Group Corporation, Freudenberg SE, Mann+Hummel, Procleanroom, and Trox GmbH among others.
The report segments the Europe cleanroom air filter market as follows:
Europe Cleanroom Air Filter Market – By Product Type
Europe Cleanroom Air Filter Market – By Application
Europe Cleanroom Air Filter Market - By Country
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