The global laboratory filtration market size is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 7.25% from 2023 to 2028. The market is estimated at USD 10.61 billion in 2023 and is predicted to achieve USD 15.06 billion by 2028.
Filtration in Laboratories is a process of splitting particles, micro-organisms, or droplets from a liquid or gas. This process is used for many clinical, chemical, biological, and analytical labs for various applications like gas purification and many more.
Situations caused by COVID-19, the growing need for filtration in laboratories, increasing R & D, and technological developments are majorly augmenting the growth of the global laboratory filtration market.
A wide range of filtration application processes such as fluid monitoring, sterilizing, gas and venting filtration, and others boost the growth of the global laboratory filtration market. Increased R & D initiatives by pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies leading to the emergence of novel and innovative techniques contribute to the growth of the laboratory filtration market. The formation of favorable regulatory policies in various nations is boosting the growth of this market. Increasing the adoption of laboratory filters in developing countries due to technological developments and digitalization is another major factor that catalyzes the growth of the worldwide laboratory filtration business.
The increasing scale of biotherapeutic molecule production leads to a boost in demand for ultra-filtration devices. It is expected to expand growth opportunities for the key players in the laboratory filtration market during the forecast period. The increasing focus of pharmaceutical giants on research and development activities is likely to offer growth opportunities for the stakeholders in the laboratory filtration demand during the projection period. The increasing adoption of lab filtration in biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries to develop large drug molecules is anticipated to provide growth opportunities for the laboratory filtration market players. Increasing focus on quality controlling measures to manufacture ideal end products due to stringent regulations is another significant opportunity for the growth of the laboratory filtration market.
Steadily increasing demand for purifying equipment and membrane filtration, technology offers lucrative growth opportunities for the target market and is likely to continue the trend over the outlook period. Also, the increasing economies of developed and developing countries like China, Brazil, India, and others leading to the expansion of healthcare and the growing focus of governments in the region to provide better facilities boost growth opportunities for the global laboratory filtration market.
The primary factor restraining the global laboratory filtration market's growth is the high costs associated with systems. Lack of skilled professionals and unwillingness to adapt to technically advanced techniques due to lack of knowledge limit the growth of this laboratory filtration industry.
COVID-19 impact on the global laboratory filtration market:
The impact of COVID-19 has favored the laboratory filtration market, and the market demand levels are on the swing since March 2019. COVID-19 is declared as emergency healthcare by the World Health Organization (WHO). Due to COVID-19, many companies are in the race to determine a vaccine for the novel coronavirus disease. In clinical laboratories, laboratory filtration plays an important role in filtering the virus and bacteria. As there is an increasing number of COVID-19 patients worldwide, the prevalence of developing a vaccine is also rising enormously. The market growth is further expected to grow to better heights in the near future.
Market Size Available
2022 to 2028
2023 to 2028
By Product, Technology, End User, and Region
Various Analyses Covered
Global, Regional & Country Level Analysis, Segment-Level Analysis, Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, Challenges, PESTLE Analysis, Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, Competitive Landscape, Analyst Overview on Investment Opportunities
North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East, and Africa
This report on the global laboratory filtration market has been segmented and sub-segmented based on the product, technology, end-user, and region.
Laboratory Filtration Market – By Product:
Cellulose Filter Papers
Glass Microfiber Filter Papers
Quartz Filter Papers
Other Filtration Media
Based on filtration media, the membrane filter segment is expected to have the largest share in the forecast period. Growing applications in microbial analysis, microfiltration, and ultrafiltration are expected to fuel the growth of this segment from 2023 to 202.8
The capsule filters segment is estimated to showcase a lucrative growth rate during the forecast period.
Reverse Osmosis Assemblies
Vacuum Filtration Assemblies
Other Filtration Assemblies
Based on filtration assemblies, Microfiltration assemblies held the largest market share within the filtration assemblies segment. Widespread usage of microfiltration assemblies in the food and beverage industry for quality checks is one of the major factors attributing to its dominance.
Other Laboratory Filtration Accessories
Laboratory Filtration Market – By Technology:
Based on the technology, the microfiltration segment is estimated to account for the largest share of the market globally during the forecast timeline. Extensive usage of micro filters for water treatment, dairy processing, and many more.
The ultrafiltration segment is the quickest growing technology. It is likely to witness the highest CAGR as it provides benefits such as product treatment, ease of handling, and less energy consumption. Moreover, with the rising obtainment of ultrafiltration in the food processing industry, water purification systems are anticipated to augment it globally.
Laboratory Filtration Market – By End User:
Pharmaceutical & Biopharmaceutical Companies
Academic & Research Institutes
Food & Beverage Companies
Hospital Diagnostic Laboratories
Based on End User, the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies dominate the end-user market with the highest growth rate. The highest growth rate and market share of the segment can be credited to the need for lab filtration in the development of biological molecules and an increase in the manufacturing of generics in the developed countries.
Laboratory Filtration Market – By Region:
The Middle East and Africa
Geographically, North America is predicted to account for the market's largest share from 2020 to 2025. The presence of many filtration product manufacturers in the North American and European regions has led to their large market share in the global laboratory filtration market. The initiation of well-developed laboratories and raising funds and investments from the government for research and development activities further add fuel to the growth rate of the North American market. The U.S. and Canada are the major contributors to the North American market.
The European market is presently the second-largest regional market in the global market and is projected to showcase a healthy CAGR from 2020 to 2025. The presence of key players in this region and the growing attention of healthcare and F&B industries in enhancing the products and output's superiority augment Europe's market. Germany is leading the European market with the highest share.
However, the Asia-Pacific region represents the highest growth opportunity for the laboratory filtration market. China, Japan, and India are significant contributors to the growth of the Asia Pacific market. During the forecast period, the Chinese market is expected to grow at a robust pace.
The Latin American market is expected to showcase a steady rate from 2020 to 2025. The introduction of new transforming and creative laboratories among the lab filtration and filter media products is happening in this region. Brazil and Mexico are the leading countries in the area, followed by Argentina.
The Middle East & Africa is anticipated to have lucrative growth in the upcoming years and are currently expected to slow. The appearance of academic and research institutes and the launch of well-enhanced laboratories fuel the market.
KEY MARKET PARTICIPANTS:
Companies playing a promising role in the global laboratory filtration market profiled in the report are Merck Millipore, Pall Corporation, GE Healthcare, Sartorius Group, 3M Purification Inc., Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Cantel Medical Corporation, Cuno, Dow Water & Process Solutions, FilmTec Corporation, GE Healthcare, and Sigma-Aldrich Corporation.
NOTABLE COMPANIES IN THIS MARKET IN THE RECENT PAST:
Thermo fisher scientific company has inaugurated a new laboratory facility in North America in August of 2019. The laboratory is equipped with advanced and smart technology, which can help develop and assess the products in less time. This facility will enable the Thermo Fisher Company to expand the product portfolio and conduct filtration studies.
Pall Corporation has entered into a strategic partnership with APIC in February 2020. The principal objective of this partnership is to focus on the prevention of infections.
In 2019, Danaher Corporation completed the GE biopharma acquisition to expand its product portfolio and provide applied and academic research services in the bioprocessing industry.
In June 2019, Merck Millipore Sigma Company introduced a new mobile laboratory for protein research. The primary purpose of presenting this laboratory on wheels is to conduct educational tours for students. The national tour of the mobile laboratory has the potential to elevate scientific knowledge. It can engage effectively with the students who get the opportunity to learn protein analysis and preparation.
In April 2020, Pall Corporation introduced the next generation of its lab-scale tangential flow filtration TFF solutions: the Minimate EVO TFF system, which offers high performance, replicability, and easy control.
In April 2017, Merck Millipore introduced its M-pleat pattern single-use filters, which involve cartridges and single-use capsules, which provide manufacturers significant efficacy during the filtration process.
In March 2020, Sartorius obtained Danaher Life Sciences. This acquisition is to enlarge a few businesses with the usage of TFF and stainless steel hollow TFF.
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