Global HVAC Filters Market size, major key players, latest trends, regional insights and global industry dynamics by 2022

Given the changing climatic conditions resulting from global warming, technologists have now focused enough on driving effective innovations in air filtration, to achieve energy efficiency goals, while delivering levels of separation finer. Growing demand for cleaner indoor air quality (IAQ) is expected to fuel the widespread adoption of HVAC filters in the coming years. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), poor IAQ is one of the top five public health risks.

According to several studies, overheating of servers in data centers leads to the emission of toxic gases, a key factor in data center pollution. Data center pollution is a major concern for environmentalists. In addition to the massive heat generated in such facilities, toxic emissions from sulfur-laden machinery make these centers a worrying source of indoor and outdoor pollution.

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As more and more businesses are created, due to the growing demand for new technologies, products, services and the insatiable need for 24/7 connectivity, the energy expended in centers of data would also increase, as would the level of pollution. To combat these unfailing levels of pollution in data centers, a robust filtration strategy using HVAC filters is crucial to maintaining indoor air quality. With the help of heavy duty HVAC filters, businesses can ensure that they can maintain proper temperature and humidity levels in data centers.

In addition to data centers, the demand for HVAC filters in healthcare facilities is expected to increase significantly, considering patient health. Effective disinfection and environmental sterility, two factors focused on improving indoor air quality, are critical to maintaining overall patient health. Particles in indoor air could cause serious respiratory problems while transmitting infectious diseases.

HCAV filters, especially high efficiency particulate filters (HEPA), are a key weapon in keeping air particles at bay. Additionally, HEPA filters containing carbon or activated carbon to filter fumes, gases, and odors are expected to be increasingly adopted in healthcare facilities. Equipping healthcare facilities with HVAC filters and HEPA filtration systems becomes all the more important, given the high risks of staph infections in hospitals.

HVAC filters are among the most energy-intensive mechanisms for businesses, promoting greater sustainability in the commercial landscape and reducing operating costs. In all filtration processes, a significant amount of energy is lost during pressure drop or pressure delta, resulting in higher energy requirements for filtration and separation systems, especially applicable to applications large-scale industrial dust collectors equipped with HVAC filters. However, filters that separate particles from the air consume much more energy, which completely opposes the demand for energy-efficient filtration processes using HVAC filters.

Research and development, aimed at providing an energy-saving HVAC filter, has traditionally stemmed from legislative changes aimed at mitigating the effects of global warming, in order to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The UK government, for example, has pledged to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 26% by 2020 and 80% by 2050. The result of this legislation is that car manufacturers are implementing new powertrain technologies and redesign car interiors to further improve aerodynamics, reduce weight and increase overall fuel efficiency.

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Considering the increasing demand for energy-saving HVAC filter systems, companies are focusing on developing more efficient HVAC filter designs, high-tech air filtration media and overall design of the system. With the next generation of filter media processing and filter media technology, HVAC filter designers are now able to reduce operating costs, maintain energy-to-cost ratio, dramatically improve performance and to meet the highest quality standards.

Hollingsworth & Vose Company, for example, through its new automotive air induction products, Capaceon media and NANOWEB® media, aim to meet the growing demand for superior filtration capacity and superior efficiency, demonstrated at low pressure delta. Donaldson, another leading supplier of filtration systems, introduced Synteq XP® compressed air filter media which boasts of a unique fiber blend and a superior manufacturing technique that requires no binder.

In addition, Synteq is designed with a key to reduce energy consumption (up to 40% energy savings) due to the low differential pressure of the fluid. Manufacturers have also developed a bacteria filter that is not only cost effective, but also inactivates more bacteria, using less energy to operate. 3M, another leading HVAC filter supplier, has launched a Bluetooth-enabled HVAC filter for residential environments, providing filter maintenance information. The new HVAC filter features a Bluetooth-enabled sensor that, when paired with an app, notifies users when the filter needs to be changed, taking into account usage and airflow.

Global HVAC Filters regional outlook offers an in-depth analysis of

  • North America HVAC Filters Market (Canada, US)
  • Latin America HVAC Filters Market (Mexico, Brazil and Rest of Latin America)
  • Western Europe HVAC Filter Market (Germany, Italy, UK, France, Nordics, Netherlands, Spain, Luxembourg, Belgium and Rest of Western Europe)
  • Eastern Europe HVAC Filter Market (Poland, Russia and Rest of Eastern Europe)
  • Asia Pacific HVAC Filter Market (China, India, ASEAN, Australia & New Zealand)
  • Japanese HVAC Filter Market
  • HVAC Filters Market in Middle East and Africa (CCG, South Africa and Rest of MEA)

The HVAC Filters Market research report presents a comprehensive analysis, analyzing some key aspects including market dynamics, segmentation analysis and coopetition profiling. Apart from historical data analysis, the HVAC Filters market report also highlights current growth, year-over-year growth, and forecast, providing a better understanding of the HVAC Filters market.

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HVAC Filters Market Segment Analysis

The global HVAC filters market is segmented on the basis of product type, applications, end industry and region:

By Product Type, the global HVAC Filters Market is categorized into:

  • HEPA filter
  • Glass fiber filter
  • pleated filter
  • Electrostatic filter
  • Charcoal air filter

By Application, the HVAC Filters Market is further categorized into:

  • Residential
  • Non-residential (health care, office, commercial, institutions)

By End-Use Industry, the HVAC Filters Market is further classified into:

  • Food and drinks
  • Construction
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Livestock

The report includes in-depth market analysis based on:

  • HVAC Filter Market Segments
  • Market valuation by volume and value: current, historical and projected data
  • Key Market Dynamics Influencing the Growth of the HVAC Filters Market
  • Supply and demand analysis
  • Comprehensive regional analysis
  • In-depth market classification
  • Macroeconomic segments
  • Major Players – Forward Growth Strategies and Product Offerings
  • Key Players/Companies Operating in the HVAC Filters Market
  • Value chain and pricing analysis
  • Market attractiveness

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