MarketResearch.biz announces publication of its most recently generated research report titled, “Global Inorganic Ceramic Ultrafiltration Membrane Market by Type (Flat-sheet Membrane and Tubular Membrane), By Application (Water Treatment, Biology & Medicine, Chemical Industry, Food & Beverage, and Other Applications), and Region – Global Forecast to 2026.”, which offers a holistic view of the inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membrane market through systematic segmentation that covers every aspect of the target market. The first five-year cumulative revenue (2017–2021) is projected to be approximately US$ 9.4 Bn, which is expected to increase significantly over the latter part of the five-year forecast period.
Inorganic ceramic membrane is a porous fine ceramic filter, which is sintered from Aluminia, Titania or Zirconia under ultra-high temperature. Ceramic membranes normally have an asymmetrical structure composed of two, mostly three, different porosity levels.
Global Inorganic Ceramic Ultrafiltration Membrane Market: Market Dynamics
Inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membranes are majorly used to treat wastewater that is discharged from various industrial sectors, and these also help to produce safe and clean drinking water. Ultrafiltration ceramic membrane filtration process involves two parts: a tubular ceramic membrane formed by a porous support (α-alumina), and a tube reactor chamber 10 m long and 5 cm in diameter to generate electrocoagulation. In addition, use of inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membranes help to produce clean and safe drinking water, with no added chemicals as a coagulant and disinfectant. Production of water with no chemicals and disinfection byproducts such as trihalomethenes (THMs) is better for human health as compared to approaches used at conventional drinking water treatment facilities. In addition, a wide range of water applications based on ceramic membrane technology has led to its international recognition as a reliable and proven technology for water reclamation. Increasing adoption of recently launched inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membranes that are chemically stable and offer longer lifespan, especially in developed economies, is another factor driving growth of the global market.
Inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membranes are bio inert, high abrasion resistant, highly durable, bacteria resistant, and chemically stable, which make it ideal for use across various industry verticals. In the metal industry, inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membranes are majorly used to treat water/oil emulsions, recover heavy metals, and treatment of wastewater form glass and glass fiber production. In the chemical industry, inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membranes are used in product separation and cleaning, catalyst separation, desalinization of products, and recovery of dyes. In textiles or pulp & paper industries, inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membranes are used in fractionation, concentration, isolation, and sterilization of enzymes, proteins, and antibiotics, disposal of fat emulsions, and separation of yeast. Use of these membranes in the food industry offers various advantages such as food safety, environmental friendliness, and ease of cleaning and sterilization. These help to simplify the process flow and to prevent steps that are more complex or cause chemical stress on products. In the pharmaceutical industry, use of inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membranes helps to cut operating costs in drug plants, require less maintenance, cleans easily, and have greater lifespan. In the dairy industry, inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membranes are used to concentrate milk proteins in milk and whey, and for protein standardization of milk intended for dehydration of milk for cheese, yoghurt, and other products.
Global Inorganic Ceramic Ultrafiltration Membrane Market: Market Forecast
The comprehensive research report comprises a complete forecast of the global inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membrane market based on factors affecting the market and their impact in the foreseeable future. According to the forecast projections, revenue from the global inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membrane market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 10.6 % during the forecast period.
Global Inorganic Ceramic Ultrafiltration Membrane Market: Segmental Snapshot
The market report has been segmented on the basis of type, application, and region. The type segment includes flat-sheet membrane and tubular membrane. The application segment includes water treatment, biology & medicine, chemical industry, food & beverage, and others (textile industry, metal finishing, and power generation). The regions covered in the analysis North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America, and Middle East & Africa.
By Type: The tubular membrane segment accounted for highest revenue share contribution as compared to other type segment, and is expected to register a CAGR of over 10% between 2017 and 2026, owing to rising demand for the product due to ability of tubular ceramic membranes to withstand aggressive temperature and extreme pH conditions where polymeric membranes are known to fail.
By Application: The water treatment segment is projected to account for highest revenue share as compared to that of other application segment, and register a CAGR of over 10% over the forecast period, owing to wide and growing application of nitrogen gas spring in the water treatment plants.
By Region: The market in North America accounted for highest revenue share in the global inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membrane market in 2016, and is expected to register a CAGR of over 10% between 2017 and 2026, owing to increasing adoption of ceramic membranes for water purification, especially in the US.
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Global Inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membrane Market: Competitive Analysis
The research report on the global inorganic ceramic ultrafiltration membrane market includes profiles of some of major companies such as Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies S.A., Céramiques Techniques Industrielles SA, TAMI Industries, Pall Corporation, Novasep Inc., Atech Innovations GmbH, Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-Tech Co., Ltd., Induceramic, Nanjing Tangent Fluid Technology Co., Ltd., Meidensha Corporation, Nanostone Water, Inc., LiqTech International, Inc., Likuid Nanotek S.L., METAWATER Co., Ltd., Lenntech B.V., Shanghai Corun Membrane Technology Co., Ltd., LIShun Technology Co. Ltd., ItN Nanovation AG, and Nanjing Yu Shuo Membrane Technology Co., Ltd.