London, October 30, 2018 / PR Newswire / - industrial dust removal equipment market will grow steadily from 2018 to 2023
The industrial vacuum cleaner market is expected to grow from $536.9 million in 2018 to $681 million in 2023, with a compound annual growth rate of 4.88%. The benefits of industrial vacuum cleaners include the removal of hard deposits and hard stains in the industry, continuous cleaning operations, labor savings and man-hours to drive the growth of the industrial vacuum cleaner market.
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Workplaces are increasingly aware of safety and health. The industry has its own unique cleaning challenges.
Contamination and pollution in the industry can seriously affect the health of employees. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), an agency of the US Department of Labor, has established regulations for a clean workplace.
As a result, many industrial cleaning equipment manufacturers offer industrial vacuum cleaners that meet OSHA standards. In addition, the increase in labor costs in developing countries such as China has driven the adoption of industrial vacuum cleaners.
The high mechanical cost and heavy construction of industrial vacuum cleaners are a limiting factor in the growth of the industrial vacuum cleaner market.
Metal processing industry is expected to account for a significant share of the industrial vacuum cleaner market
The metalworking industry requires a rugged vacuum cleaner to continuously remove dust and debris. In metalworking equipment, very small amounts of metal particles accumulate on the machine during milling and grinding, as well as dust accumulation in the form of fine metal powder, which needs to be removed periodically.
These facilities require large-scale, different types of industrial vacuum cleaners to handle the toughest materials and to withstand uninterrupted operation. In addition, water or oil is used as a coolant in a few metal processing processes.
Therefore, the metalworking industry prefers a three-phase dry and wet vacuum cleaner with high suction to clean metal particles and oily surfaces.
In 2017, Europe has the largest share of the industrial vacuum cleaner market
Europe is a leading market for industrial vacuum cleaners because it is a hub for a variety of manufacturing industries, including automotive and aerospace. European car manufacturers are highly competitive in designing, developing and manufacturing cars.
With the adoption of advanced mechanized cleaning solutions, Europe has the largest share of the industrial vacuum cleaner market.
According to the VDMA-Clean Systems Professional Association, in 2016, about 50 companies selling industrial and commercial cleaning systems had a turnover of more than $1.02 billion in the German market. As a result, the growth of the industrial vacuum cleaner market in the region is mainly due to the increase in labor costs and the high penetration rate of advanced European cleaning equipment.
The main participants of the report are broken down as follows:
• By company size: Tier 1 = 23%, Tier 2 = 30%, Tier 3 = 47%
• Designation: C-level executives = 45%, directors = 36%, others = 19%
• by region: Europe = 40%, North America = 30%, Asia Pacific = 20%, Ron = 10%
Alfred Kaercher GmbH&Co. KG (Germany), Nilfisk A / S (Denmark) and Tennant (USA) are the main players in the market.
In addition, other participants include Comac SpA (Italy), Nederman Holding AB (Sweden), and Suiden Co., Ltd. (Japan), Hako GmbH (Germany), Diversey, Inc (Tasky) (USA), Numatic International Ltd. (UK), Delfin Industrial Vacuum Cleaner (Italy), Ruwac Industriesauger GmbH (Germany), Kraenzle (Germany), Debus GmbH (Germany), RGS vacuum systems (Italy) and Depureco industrial vacuum cleaners (Italy) play an important role in industrial vacuum cleaners.
area of research:
The global industrial vacuum cleaner market report covers different subdivision types, power, industrial and geography. On the basis of the type, the industrial vacuum cleaner market is divided into wet and dry and wet; on the basis of power supply, the industrial vacuum cleaner market is divided into electric and pneumatic; on the industrial basis, the industrial vacuum cleaner market has been divided into food and beverage, pharmaceutical , metal processing, manufacturing, construction and construction.
The report covers four major geographic regions - North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and the rest of the world (South America, Middle East and Africa).