Air filtration media is a filters material that citations dust particles, pollutants, and several other particulate matters and eradicates them. Several materials, such as non-woven polyester, glass fibre, activated carbon, and several other materials are made up of such air filter media. Fiberglass filters, polyester filters, pleated filters, washable filters, and disposable filters are utilized in dissimilar forms of air filter media. For applications such as HVAC, face masks, air pollution control, industrial processing, transportation, and several others, such air filter media are utilized in air filters and purifiers.
According to the report analysis, ‘COVID-19 Impact on Air Filter Media Market: Market Segments: By Type (Nonwoven Fabrics, Fiberglass and Filter Paper); By End-user (Food & Beverage, Metal & Mining, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Power Generation and Others); and Region – Global Analysis by Market Size, Share & Trends for 2014 – 2020 and Forecasts to 2030’ states that air filters are of prodigious importance to the healthcare industry, wherein they are utilized across hospitals and pharmaceutical and biotechnology manufacturing. In hospitals, air which encompasses particulates can be damaging to patients, which can further depreciate the patient health.
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Besides, unfiltered indoor air can communicate bacteria, infections, germs, and viruses, to patients which can be life-threatening. In addition, there is an augment in awareness and sensitivity toward air pollution amongst the public. The increment in the number of programs and campaigns by several institutions such as Client Earth leads to an augment in awareness. Such awareness programs augment the level of knowledge amongst citizens, which encourages them to buy air filters. These aspects are predicted to propel the growth of the air filtration media market during the coming years.
Not only has this, the effective growth in industrialization, along with economic growth around the globe, has led to an augment in urbanization. As there is an increment in the air, liquid, and soil emissions, this augment in industrialization has generated a market for industrial filters. As it covers manufacturing procedures and pollution control, air filters media is one of the industries with the most growth prospective. Both underdeveloped and developed countries are foremost business centres for the media industry for air filters. For several developed and underdeveloped countries, including China, India, Brazil, Chile, Indonesia, the US, Germany, Japan, South Korea, France, and Italy, manufacturing is one of the progressively growing segments. A big contributor to the GDP of such countries is the manufacturing segment. The augment in production facilities is projected to drive the requirement for industrial air purification and pollution controls, as severe regulations such as the Clean Air Act, the Air Quality Directive, and several others on the release of polluted air are in effect.
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Although, industries have been impacted by Covid-19 in a proficient way. The food & beverage industry has seen restaurant sales deduction. Tourism lapse, the suspension of foremost sporting events, the consumption of administered foods and drinks, internationally, has also taken place. The chemical industry has been impacted by disturbances in the supply chain, declining requirement, unobtainability of employees, and so on. Similarly, this pandemic has also led to the O&G, textile, pulp & paper industries. The downturn in fast-moving customer products is distressing the pulp & paper and textile industries. During the next few years, it is predicted that the normalization of supply chains, the deduction of strict measures, and the augment in retail consumption, the increment in construction activities, the stabilization of manufacturing activities, and several others will advance economic activity and thus growth in demand for air filters media.
Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications