"India Membrane Separation Technologies Market Assessment & Future Opportunities 2008-2018" is Now Available with Tech Archival
Portland, OR, March 11, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Traditionally, water purification and treatment techniques included physical separation methods for particle removal; biological and chemical treatments to remove suspended solids, organic matter and dissolved pollutants or toxins; and evaporative techniques and other physical and mechanical methods. In recent times, membrane separation technology has provided a very efficient alternative to traditional techniques by the use of selectively permeable barriers, with pores sized to permit the passage of water molecules, but small enough to retain a wide range of particulates, dissolved compounds harmful organisms. Membrane separation technologies are now being preferred universally in several industrial, municipal, laboratories, medical and research processes for purification, concentration, sterilisation or separation of samples.
Tech Archival’s recently published focused study, "India Membrane Separation Technologies Market Assessment & Future Opportunities 2008-2018" explores that Indian membrane separation technology (MST) market has remarked an incredible growth between the four year periods from 2008 and 2012, representing an excellent CAGR of more than 14%. The market is highly fragmented with the presence of global as well as local players. Some significant names are Pentair Xflow, GE Water, Siemens, Hyflux, VA Tech Wabag, Degremont, among many more. Also present in the market are a huge number of local unorganized manufacturers which amount to as more as 600.
In India, the increasing public awareness of the adverse effects of pollution, strict regulatory framework, depleting pure water resources has somehow forced all stakeholders to examine modern technological possibilities and implement advanced techniques to treat water. "As an essential resource for life, sustainable growth and healthy environment, the demand for water purification has been increasing day by day. Increasing population numbers, a changing climate, intensive industrial growth, and rapid urbanisation has certainly continued to make the issue of pure drinking water a key priority among Indian consumers," said Manmohan Joshi, Research Director at Tech Archival.
"Since the market is comparatively crowded with diverse products, companies who will successfully offer integrated water purification solutions that includes conducting feasibility research in new regions, designing and developing efficient purification systems, providing operational support and on-site maintenance services, will find it easy to build strong partnership with buyers and stakeholders including government, municipalities, industries, etc which will finally help them to capitalize potential opportunities and spread out their presence in the long run," added Mr. Joshi.
Tech Archival further estimates that demand for MST systems in India will continue its supreme growth right through 2018 at a CAGR of more than 11%, reaching total market value to US$ 3.0 Billion.
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