The Global Thermal Treatment Air Filtration Systems Market size is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.5% over the forecast period. The rise in demand for thermal treatment air filtration systems is attributed to their efficiency and effectiveness in treating emissions from various industrial sources. This growth can be attributed to the rising need for emission control across industries, especially in developing economies. Thermal treatment air filtration systems are efficient and cost-effective as they help remove toxic particles such as mercury, heavy metals, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen oxides.
Thermal treatment air filtration systems is a system for removing toxic gases from the environmental atmosphere. The most common type of thermal oxidizer removes particulates and organic vapors through oxidation reactions, while catalytic oxidizers are usually used to remove sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions. Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTO) can be used for both oxidizing and filtering pollutants. The technology was developed in the 1920s by Antonin Langlet, a French engineer who worked with various industries that were generating hazardous air emissions. Some of these included textile mills, distilleries making chemical solvents such as benzene or acetone, sugar refineries producing acrolein, and petroleum refineries producing sulfur dioxide.
The use of thermal treatment air filtration systems has been found to be cost-effective in a number of industrial sectors. The major benefits are the low capital costs, and the that it does not require any electricity or fuel to operate. However, its main drawback is high operation & maintenance (O&M) expenses due to constant monitoring required for the system.
On the basis of Type, the market is segmented into Thermal Oxidizer, Catalytic Oxidizer, Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer, Regenerative Catalytic Oxidizer.
The Thermal Oxidizer is a vessel with an air inlet, baffles to promote turbulent flow within the chamber, and filters for removing particulates from the effluent gas before it exits. This can be done by passing the hot gas over a bed of inert porous material such as lava rock or ceramic media. The oxidizer can be used for both oxidation and filtering pollutants but is more often used to remove particulates from the gas stream rather than break down chemicals present in it. The two types of filters are a bag filter that relies on depth loading, which means that the surface area available increases as the depth of packing material decreases, and a high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter, which has an extremely fine mesh.
The Catalytic Oxidizer the simplest configuration consists of an airtight chamber with perforated walls and a catalyst. An electric or gas burner heats the interior to create hot combustion gases that flow through the exhaust system into a scrubber where particulates are removed by filtration. The air is then cooled and discharged at atmospheric, in which the chemical process is performed, or in a scrubber to remove particulates before discharge.
The regenerative thermal oxidizer (RTO), which is a variation of the catalytic oxidizer, includes an air compressor and recirculation system. The exhaust gases from a combustion process are directed to heat exchangers where they warm incoming cold fresh air. This sequence of heating followed by cooling, in turn, causes nitrogen dioxide emissions to be converted to nitrogen and oxygen.
A regenerative thermal oxidizer (RTO) is an industrial air pollution control device that destroys organic pollutants in gaseous form by oxidation with a heated catalyst. The RTO process uses hot combustion gases to heat the incoming cold fresh air, which causes the NOx emissions to be converted to N and O during the heat exchange process. Regenerative Catalytic Oxidizers are typically used for large-scale industrial applications such as steel mills, petrochemical refineries, cement plants, chemical manufacturing facilities with ammonia production units, or sulfuric acid plants. The RCO is bifurcated into a gas and liquid phase. The process starts by heating the primary reactants of air and fuel to form an exothermic reaction with hot combustion gases.
On the basis of Application, the market is segmented into Auto Industry, Chemical Industry, Coating & Printing Industry, Electronics Industry, Food & Pharmaceutical Industry, Renewable Energy Industry.
The automotive industry is a significant consumer of thermal treatment air filtration systems and has been the focus of growth in recent years. Automakers are increasingly adopting clean technology to comply with various regulatory standards, aimed at improving fuel economy and reducing emissions. A number of automakers such as Daimler AG have set targets for themselves to achieve emission-free or at least carbon-neutral status in the near future.
The chemical industry is a significant consumer of thermal treatment air filtration systems. Chemical plants are the primary consumers, as they require large quantities of clean process air to operate efficiently and keep up with production demands. This necessitates regular maintenance for their installed equipment including pollution control units such as scrubbers or electrostatic precipitators (ESPs). Currently, the most common type of filtration system used in these plants is an ESP. The use of scrubbers and catalytic oxidizers is on the rise as they offer a more efficient method for removing pollutants from process air while also increasing production capacities. Of this group, regenerative thermal oxidizer (RTO) has emerged as the most popular filtration system, due to its ability to achieve high efficiencies at low temperatures.
The Coating & Printing industry encompasses industries such as graphic arts, printing, and publishing. The primary use of the equipment in these industries is to protect products against corrosion and/or staining. The industry saw a significant increase in the use of air filtration systems after it was found that facilities with filters had fewer cases of employee respiratory illness than those without them. In recent years, there has been increased interest among industrial customers in using advanced technologies and various types of filters to remove toxic substances and particulates such as nanoparticles. Currently, the market for air filtration equipment in the Coating & Printing industry is limited because most customers are still using thermal oxidizers or catalytic oxidizers without regenerative technology. This means that there will be growth opportunities for companies specialized in this type of equipment.
As the electronics industry continues to grow, so does the demand for thermal treatment air filtration systems. Manufacturers in this field must be aware of possible emission-related risks and ensure these emissions are limited by installing thermal oxidizers or catalytic oxidation units on their production lines. These units will remove particulate matter from gases emitted at a production line.
There is high demand for air filtration systems in the Food & Pharmaceutical Industry. The key application of these systems is to remove particulate matter from an exhaust stream that may contain large amounts of proteins and other substances with a low boiling point, such as free amino acids or sugars. For example, filters can be used within production lines in order to prevent particulate matter from entering the production environment.
Air purification systems are also increasingly important in the Renewable Energy Industry. In some cases, renewables generate electricity from a power plant without releasing any carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere. However, they often require natural gas or coal to provide additional backup energy when renewable sources cannot deliver enough output on their own. This leads to an increase in emissions of CO, SO, and NOx pollutants. The use of air purification systems in the Renewable Energy Industry can help to reduce these emissions by removing particulate matter from emission sources such as smokestack gases or exhaust streams that are emitted at a power plant.
On the basis of Region, the market is segmented into North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East & Africa.
In North America, the major factors driving the growth are increasing environmental awareness among industries and stricter emissions regulations across various industries such as the auto industry which includes more stringent Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations for the automobiles manufactured in North America. In this region, U.S is a key player in the global thermal treatment air filtration systems market. With stringent environmental laws and regulations, the auto industry is one of the key segments which drive the growth in the North American region.
In Latin, America the trend can be attributed to economic growth coupled with stringent emission regulations across industries such as auto, chemical, and manufacturing which are fueling demand for thermal treatment air filtration systems. Countries like Brazil have seen a continued economic expansion in the last few years which has led to an increase in their GDP.
In Europe, the clothing, textile, and leather industries are driving the demand for thermal treatment air filtration systems. The European Union (EU) is also a potential market for these products due to increased investment by government agencies and stringent emission regulations that have been implemented in recent years.
In the Asia Pacific region, thermal treatment air filtration systems are experiencing demand in countries such as China and India due to their booming construction industry which is fueling the growth of industries like chemical, automotive, and metals that require stringent emission regulations for implementation.
The Middle Eastern & African region Thermal Treatment Air Filtration Systems are experiencing demand in countries such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Nigeria due to their booming construction industry which is fueling the growth of industries like chemical, automotive, and metals that require stringent emission regulations for implementation.
The Thermal Treatment Air Filtration Systems market is witnessing a rise in the demand for these products as industries have started to implement stringent emission regulations and companies are focusing on new processes with higher productivity. The global economic downturn has had an adverse impact on this market, shrinking profit margins by forcing competitive pricing models. Moreover, low natural gas prices have shifted manufacturing activities to lower-cost regions, leading to a shift in demand for these systems.
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|Report Title||Flexible Pipe Packaging Market Research Report|
|By Type||Paper, Aluminum foil, Plastic, Bioplastic|
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|By Companies||Constantia Flexible Group, Mondi Group, Sealed Air Corporation, Amcor, Clondalkin Group, Sonoco Products Company, Amcor, Coveris, Huhtamaki Group, Ampac|
|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||246|
|Number of Tables & Figures||173|
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