The overall gas phase filtration market is expected to reach USD 2.17 billion by 2023 from USD 1.73 billion in 2018, at a CAGR of 4.55% between 2018 and 2023. The growth of this market is fueled by the awareness of the impact of poor indoor and outdoor air quality on human health and need for clean air, high emphasis on filtration of corrosive, toxic, and odor-generating gases in industries, and implementation of strict government regulations to protect the environment.
American Air Filter (AAF) Company (US), Camfil (Sweden), Donaldson Company (US), Freudenberg (Germany), and CLARCOR (Parker Hannifin Corporation) (US) are the leading players in the gas phase filtration market. Agreements, contracts, joint ventures, product launches and developments, acquisitions, and expansions are some key strategies adopted by the major players to gain a competitive edge in this market.
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American Air Filter (AAF) Company (US) ranked first in the gas phase filtration market in 2017. The company’s leading position in this market can be attributed to its strong product portfolio. It is further trying to enhance by introducing new products. In addition to an extensive product portfolio, the company also has a strong brand image, customer base, and wide geographic reach. To expand its geographic reach, AAF adopted inorganic growth strategies. For instance, AAF Lufttechnik GmbH (Germany), a subsidiary of American Air Filter Company Inc. (US), announced the acquisition of RIS Facility Management GmbH (Germany), a leading provider of indoor air quality services in Germany. With this acquisition, AAF is likely to strengthen its operational footprint in Germany and other countries in Europe. Moreover, AAF strengthened its product portfolio and geographic presence with the acquisition of Flanders Corporation (US). These factors have helped AAF in getting several contracts and agreements for providing its gas phase filtration solutions, thereby attaining a leading position in the gas phase filtration market.
In 2017, the second position in the gas phase filtration market has been secured by Camfil (Sweden). The strong product portfolio, significant experience in the filtration solution industry, and strong geographic reach are some of the major factors that have helped Camfil to achieve a prominent position in the gas phase filtration market. The company has a strong gas phase product portfolio comprising 18 types of product series, and the company has 55 years of experience in the filtration solution industry. For further enhancing its product portfolio and strengthening its position in the gas phase filtration market, the company has acquired various companies in the past few years. In 2016, the company alone completed 3 acquisitions, which include ServiFiltro (Europe), Nomitec AS, Denmark (Europe), and NutFilter Scandinavia AB (Sweden).
Other key companies involved in the gas phase filtration market are Bry-Air (Asia) (India), Purafil (US), Circul-Aire (Canada), Kinberley-Clark (US), Promark Associates (USA), Tri-Dim Filter (USA), Koch Filter (US), Dafco Filter (Canada), and North American Filter (USA).
Gas Phase Filtration Market by Type (Packed Bed, and Combination), Media (Activated Carbon, Potassium Permanganate, and Blend), Application (Corrosion & Toxic Gas Control and Odor Control), End User, and Geography - Global Forecast to 2023
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