The global continuous flow centrifuge market is expected to reach USD 4.2 billion by 2028. The global continuous flow centrifuge market is mainly driven by increasing biopharmaceutical companies and pharmaceutical companies in emerging economies such as India and China. Continuous Flow Centrifuges are used for various applications in the laboratories of these countries due to their high flexibility and speed.
A continuous flow centrifuge is a device for separating liquids, such as blood and urine. It spins at high speeds to create an artificial gravitational force that causes heavier things (in this case red blood cells) to move towards the bottom of the chamber and lighter substances to rise up. The path length is usually set by adjusting how fast you want it spinning - for example, if you're separating plasma from whole blood, which has a different density than erythrocytes or platelets, then faster spin will cause all three components to separate more quickly.
The continuous flow centrifuge is used in the laboratories of these countries due to its high flexibility and speed. A typical laboratory will have several types of centrifuges, with one or two bench models for general use, a floor model for heavy samples that need more force to spin them around than can be generated by hand (e.g., blood donations), a micro-centrifuge for separating cells from small volumes like urine specimens, and an ultracentrifuge if you want something really strong but unwieldy such as spinal fluid or amniotic fluid. The most common type would probably be the benchtop because they're affordable enough so every lab can have at least one on-site; however, there are some pharmacological research labs that only have benchtops or floor-standing models.
On the basis of type, the global continuous flow centrifuge market is segmented into benchtop centrifuges, floor-standing centrifuges, microcentrifuge, specialty centrifuges, and ultracentrifuge.
Benchtop centrifuge is a low-cost device for general laboratory use and small volume samples, which require little force to turn them around at high speeds. Benchtop centrifuges are the most common type of laboratory equipment for general use, and they have a wide range of applications. The primary advantages of bench-top centrifuges are their relatively low cost and convenience, which makes them a popular choice among laboratories or in schools that do not have the space to store floor standing machines. A benchtop machine also allows you to move it around your lab rather than having one particular location designated as "the" place where all spinning occurs. They're usually smaller too so they take up less tabletop space.
A floor-standing model enables users with large specimens like blood donations since they can spin faster than hand-operated ones, but it's also more expensive than benchtop centrifuge because it uses greater force to spin larger samples at higher speeds; however, this device has fewer limitations on sample size or weight. There's also less risk that someone won't be able to reach in with their arm and grab whatever was spinning around inside so there'll be no accidents if you're using something like spinal fluid or amniotic fluid.
A microcentrifuge is a small device that can be used for protein samples and they are usually used in laboratories to separate plasma, platelets, or white blood cells from other substances. Microcentrifuges work best for separating cells from small volumes such as urine specimens (microliters).
A specialty continuous flow centrifuge is a type of benchtop or floor-standing centrifuges that features a high rotor speed and capacity, which allows for faster separation times. These centrifuges are typically used in research laboratories to quickly separate large volumes of fluids. Specialty Centrifuges can be found on the market with capacities ranging from 130 mL up to more than 20L.
Ultracentrifuges are capable of rotating up to 100,000 rpm and can be used for separating plasma or platelets from other substances. Ultracentrifuges are not used in laboratories, but they do have some use in research. They can be considered specialty centrifuges because of their high cost and the highly technical skills required to operate them. Ultracentrifuges are typically found on most university campuses where isotope production is a key part of teaching and research activities related to nuclear chemistry. However, due to recent improvements that make benchtop models more affordable for small-scale applications like proteomics or metabolomics experiments, these devices may start making an appearance in labs soon as well.
On the basis of application, the global continuous flow centrifuge market is segmented into biopharmaceutical companies, pharmaceutical companies, laboratories, and research laboratories.
Biopharmaceutical companies have been using these devices for separating plasma, platelets, or white blood cells from other substances. The most common applications are the separation of viruses and bacteria in a bioreactor to measure protein expression levels.
Biopharmaceutical companies are the most significant buyers of centrifuges in terms of number and volume because they perform a wide variety of clinical analyses for their clients such as transfusion medicine (cross-matching), hematology (differential white blood cell counts), and cytogenetics. The demand for biopharma has been increasing over time due to an increase in drug approvals by the FDA which is coming at an exponential rate with more than 20 drugs being approved every year since 2005. Furthermore, increased adoption rates among patients have also contributed heavily towards continuous flow centrifuge usage from this segment.
Pharmaceutical companies are using these instruments to measure protein expression levels in a bioreactor. These machines can be used as part of the manufacturing process, for example by separating plasma from blood cells or purifying proteins that have been synthesized in vitro.
Laboratories use this equipment during research and development operations due to its ability to produce large quantities of high-quality results within short time periods with low costs per sample when compared to traditional techniques. These devices will continue being used in laboratories over the next decade because they offer benefits such as more accurate data, lower hazard risk, reduced labor requirements, and increased production capacity.
Another group that could benefit from continuous flow centrifuges is research laboratories and institutes. These are usually located in hospitals, universities, or government-funded labs. They need to conduct more complicated experiments because they often study human medicine rather than drugs for animals. The use of this equipment has been increasing over the past decade because of innovations in molecular biology which became mainstream during the 1980s. These days many pharmaceutical companies invest more into research than manufacturing parts due to the high cost of drug production and more accurate data, lower hazard risk, reduced labor requirements, and increased production capacity.
On the basis of region, the global continuous flow centrifuge market is segmented into North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa. The North American market is expected to dominate the global continuous flow centrifuge market during 2028 with a share of about 27%.
North America, the Asia Pacific, and Europe collectively accounted for about 62% revenue share of the global markets for continuous flow centrifuges in 2017. However, Latin America emerged as one of the fastest-growing regions owing to factors such as rising awareness among people on healthcare equipment and increased demand from pharmaceutical industries due to a favorable regulatory environment that offers incentives like tax reductions or lower tariffs, etc., which has led to competitive pricing policy by local players.
However, Latin America emerged as one of the fastest-growing regions owing to factors such as rising awareness among people on healthcare equipment and increased demand from pharmaceutical industries due to a favorable regulatory environment that offers incentives like tax reductions or lower tariffs, etc., which has led to competitive pricing policy by local players.
The growth factors of the global continuous flow centrifuge market are increasing demand for biopharmaceuticals and biologics, technological advancements in manufacturing processes that require more efficient biological separation techniques like continuous flow centrifugation. Moreover, the increasing trend of research and development activities in the pharmaceutical industry is also driving growth.
Up Market Research published a new report titled “Continuous Flow Centrifuge Market research report which is segmented by Types (Benchtop Centrifuges, Floor-standing Centrifuges, Micro Centrifuges, Specialty Centrifuges, Ultracentrifuges), By Applications (Biopharmaceutical Companies, Pharmaceutical Companies, Laboratories, Research Laboratories And Institutes), By Players/Companies QIAGEN, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Eppendorf, Siemens Healthcare, Beckman Coulter, Labnet International, BD Biosciences, Danaher”. As per the study the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of XX% in the forecast period.
|Report Attributes||Report Details|
|Report Title||Continuous Flow Centrifuge Market Research Report|
|By Type||Benchtop Centrifuges, Floor-standing Centrifuges, Micro Centrifuges, Specialty Centrifuges, Ultracentrifuges|
|By Application||Biopharmaceutical Companies, Pharmaceutical Companies, Laboratories, Research Laboratories And Institutes|
|By Companies||QIAGEN, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Eppendorf, Siemens Healthcare, Beckman Coulter, Labnet International, BD Biosciences, Danaher|
|Regions Covered||North America, Europe, APAC, Latin America, MEA|
|Historical Year||2018 to 2019 (Data from 2010 can be provided as per availability)|
|Number of Pages||224|
|Number of Tables & Figures||157|
|Customization Available||Yes, the report can be customized as per your need.|
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The market is segmented by Type Benchtop Centrifuges, Floor-standing Centrifuges, Micro Centrifuges, Specialty Centrifuges, Ultracentrifuges and By Application Biopharmaceutical Companies, Pharmaceutical Companies, Laboratories, Research Laboratories And Institutes.
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Based on region, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa (MEA). North America region is further bifurcated into countries such as U.S., and Canada. The Europe region is further categorized into U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe. Asia Pacific is further segmented into China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, South East Asia, and Rest of Asia Pacific. Latin America region is further segmented into Brazil, Mexico, and Rest of Latin America, and the MEA region is further divided into GCC, Turkey, South Africa, and Rest of MEA.
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