Air Treatment Products Market Overview
Dust is composed of things like skin flakes, sand, dirt and dust mites. These contaminants are harmful to our health and can be ingested to trigger problems. The removal of all these dust materials cannot be easy even with the aid of cleaning materials. People use various chemicals substances and techniques to remove dust and disinfect houses. People with respirational issues such as asthma or allergies need deep cleaning of their houses regularly. The air treatment products are considered the perfect remedy to all these dust-related issues.
There is an improvement in the use of effective pollution treatment systems due to advancements in technologies and tight emission regulations. Air treatment products mainly include air purifiers, humidifiers and dehumidifiers, which clean the air by eliminating smog, particulate matter and micro-organisms to make it safe and breathable when it is needed. In addition, the air treatment products, such as humidifiers and dehumidifiers, often change the amount of humidity to control the formation of micro-organisms.
The air treatment products have gained worldwide popularity due to rising air pollutants such as atmospheric particulate matter, smog, and harmful gasses causing long-term respiratory diseases. In contrast, technical developments such as app-enabled air treatment products are gaining tremendous popularity owing to their compact existence and are fuelling demand in the market for air treatment products. A reliable and smart air system is more than just a pair of high-quality compressors. The compressed air treatment is the procedure that dehumidifies and cleans the air before reaching the compressor.
The moisture spontaneously shapes during the process of the compressing air. Removing the moisture with an air dryer is important to prevent expensive loss of the device, product leakage and deterioration of the distribution chain. For many manufacturing processes, the use of clean and dry compressed air is essential. The condensation and contaminating substances (such as oil and dirt) may reduce the performance and durability of the compression device and undermine the consistency of the finished product.
Air Treatments Solution
Filtration: Air from the compressor normally has very high water content along with some oil carryover. To remove these impurities, different filters are added to the compressed air system. Various degrees of filtration is needed, depending on the requirement for compressed air.
- In-line filter, mainly for the reduction of rust, scale, dirt and other heavy particles.
- Particulate filters are very durable and can be used with compressors, whether lubricated or non-lubricated.
- Activated carbon filters remove the odours and vapours while the bacterial filter removes the bacteria.
Dryers: The excess water may trigger several operating problems for compressed air consumers in either the liquid or vapour form. It may include corrosion, freezing of outdoor airfields, encouraging bacterial production etc. The dryers are used to remove moisture from the compressed air.
Air or oil separators: It is basically a tool in the compressor that distinguishes the oil from the fuel or oil mixture compressed by the air.
Condensate drains: It collects and discharge the liquids from after-coolers, separators, receivers, dryers, filters and drips legs.
Key Companies in the Air Treatments Industry
The global players in the air treatment products in the market are Atlas Copco AB, De’Longhi Appliances S.r.l, Emerson Electric Company, General Electric (GE), Honeywell International, LG Electronics, Panasonic Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co, Sharp Corporation and Winix. These players are focused on improving their regional reach by entering or increasing their foothold in relatively untapped markets such as India, China and other south-eastern countries.
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