Recently, a change in the biological welfare of the humans is observed with the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. It has significantly increased the demand for cleanrooms, not only in medical institutions but also in research centers. Market Research Future (MRFR), studied the cleanroom lighting market. In the light of current scenario, the cleanroom light market is likely to rise at a rapid pace, reveals MRFR analysts. The report suggest that the cleanroom light global market can expand at 6% CAGR across the assessment period (2018 to 2025).
An enclosed area in which airborne particulates, pollutants, and contaminants are kept within stringent limits is called a cleanroom. There are wide range utility of cleanrooms. For instance; in industry, cleanrooms are used for manufacturing and servicing of hardware, such as hard drives and integrated circuits (ICs). In the field of medicine and biotechnology, clean rooms are used to execute activities that require an environment free of viruses, bacteria, or other types of pathogens.
Cleanrooms offer controlled temperature and humidity. Thus, creating a feasible area for environmental parameters regulated operations to occur. The rise in need for contamination controlled places to carry different functions that can benefit the mankind is expected to prompt the worldwide cleanroom market value. MRFR analysts estimates USD above 1,015 Mn worth for the market, by 2025.
The requirement to maintain high degree of precision in clean rooms to prevent contamination; materials, including lighting aids are kept germ free. Cleanroom lights must be enough luminious that can allow professionals to perform their work in contamination free and controlled environment. The process for the selection of right lighting system is rigorous and cost is one of the major considerations. Energy bills and maintenance costs are additional parameter for decision making. However, it is known that light takes less than 1% of total energy consumption of cleanrooms. Thus, price is not a potential restraint on the expansion of the cleanroom lighting market.
Foot candles are often installed in cleanrooms as small, precise instruments are found here. Moreover, cleanrooms demand different types and levels of lighting to perform different work processes. This has created numerous employment scopes for professional designers. Their expertise allow them to make appropriate decisions on the entire lighting system for cleanroom. In a tweaked way, the increased employability can aid to nation’s GDP, thereby boost the cleanroom market growth. The air supply system setup can hinder the fitting of light solutions, which can create some constructional difficulties. However, with strategic planning this can be resolved.
Fluorescent lamps are energy efficient, have easy maintenance, and long lifespan. Thus, accounted as an appropriate fit for cleanrooms. LED, incandescent, and high intensity lamps are highly deployed lighting fixtures found in cleanrooms. Fluorescent lamps and high intensity discharge are mostly used in industrial and commercial facilities. Light fixtures with high levels of UV that has the ability to curb bacteria and other contaminants have high popularity. The high rate of LED lamps installations due to their long life span and better efficacy can surge the cleanroom lighting market along with the above mentioned factors.
On conducting regional study for the cleanroom market, MRFR predicted the market in Asia Pacific to spearhead the global cleanroom lighting market. The growing number of medical device producers, favorable regulatory environment, and cost-benefits in India, Taiwan, China, Japan, and South Korea are chief contributors to the rise of the regional market. Followed by North America, cleanroom lighting market is expected to secure the second highest share of the global market. In Europe, cleanroom lighting market can expand at significant rate across the forecast period.
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