Ultra-Pure Water Purification Unit Market Projected to Reach $783 Million by 2029, Says New Report

A new ultra-pure water system has been developed that uses UV radiation to eliminate bacteria, resulting in extremely low levels of anionic contamination and total organic carbon (TOC). The laboratory water purification system achieves up to 18.2 MOhm-cm in resistivity, which is an indication of low levels of anionic contamination. The ultrapure water system also reduces organic carbon to less than 50 ppb, making it ideal for use in sensitive laboratory applications.

The system is equipped with ultra-filters that remove endotoxins, DNase, and Rnase left over from bacteria destroyed by UV, resulting in extremely low TOC levels. The additional carbon filters in the laboratory water purification system reduce the need for pre-treatment, allowing tap water to be used as a source.

The global market for ultra-pure water purification units is estimated at US$643.72 million in 2022 and is projected to reach US$783.06 million by 2029, growing at a CAGR of 3.10% during the forecast period 2023-2029. Key manufacturers in this market include Merck Millipore, Veolia, Thermo Scientific, Sartorius, Organo Corporation, ULUPURE, Avidity Science, and Heal Force, among others. In 2022, the global top five players had a share of approximately 75.52% in terms of revenue.

The desktop type of ultra-pure water purification units accounted for a share of 71.05% of the market in 2022, and this product segment is expected to reach US$559.53 million by 2029, up from US$457.36 million in 2022. The pharmaceutical industry holds an important share in terms of application and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.84% during the period 2023-2029.

Overall, the new ultra-pure water system using UV radiation is a promising development for laboratory applications that require extremely pure water. As the global market for ultra-pure water purification units continues to grow, this technology is likely to play an increasingly important role in providing high-quality water for sensitive applications.

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