According to a new market research report published by Credence Research “Positive Displacement Sanitary Pumps Market (Type – Rotary (Gear, Rotary Lobe, Twin Screw, Progressive Cavity, Eccentric Disc, Hose Pump), Reciprocating (Piston, Diaphragm); Industry Vertical – Food & Beverages, Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care, Water Treatment, Chemical Processing & Textiles, Biotechnology and Others) – Growth, Future Prospects and Competitive Analysis, 2017 – 2025”, the global positive displacement sanitary pumps market is set to reach US$ 8.55 Bn by 2025.
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Sanitation is one of the most prominent phases in the overall planning process of a given industrial facility. Subsequently, industrial pumps play a crucial role across the industrial manufacturing and processing sector a part of sanitation mechanism. However, one of the major concerns for industrial sanitation is to achieve constant outflow pressure, especially in case of high viscosity liquids and fluids with solid particles. Positive displacement pumps are increasingly being preferred for industrial sanitation primarily due to their superior benefits over centrifugal pumps. Some of the major advantages of positive displacement pumps include:
Constant speed and flow irrespective of the inlet pressure
Capable of transferring wide range of fluids including high/low viscosity fluids, fluids with solid particles and shear sensitive fluids
Capable of self-priming
Can be designed as sealless
One of the most prominent factors propelling the market growth is the steadily rising food & beverages and personal care industries across the world. These industry verticals along with pharmaceuticals are the largest consumers of industrial pumps for sanitation process. Thus, with consistent growth anticipated across these segments, the market growth is projected to remain promising throughout the forecast period. Another major factor supporting the market growth is the enforcement of regulations and norms for effective sanitation process across different industry verticals.
The global positive displacement sanitary pumps market is broadly segmented, on the basis of product type, into rotary and reciprocating pumps. The rotary pumps segment is further classified into gear, rotary lobe, twin screw, progressive cavity, eccentric disc and hose pump. Similarly, the reciprocating positive displacement pumps segment is further categorized into piston and diaphragm pumps.
The market is currently led by the Asia Pacific region owing to its huge manufacturing sector across the food & beverages, personal care and pharmaceuticals industries. Consistent rise in the industrial sector along with significant modernization, the region is estimated to remain dominant in the global market, throughout the forecast period. Some of the major players operating in the market include IDEX Corporation, SPX Corporation, Fristam Pumps USA, Xylem, Inc., PSG Dover, Alfa Laval AB, ITT Corporation and Ampco Pumps GmbH among others.
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