The global water purifier market has been steadily rising over the years. Some of the prominent names operating in the market are A.O. Smith Corporation, Aquatech International LLC, Best Water Technology, Brita, GmbH, Coway Co., Ltd., Culligan International Company, EcoWater Systems LLC, Eureka Forbes Ltd., Evoqua Water Technologies LLC, GE Appliances, Ion Exchange, Kaz USA, Inc., Kent RO Systems Ltd., Kinetico Inc., LG Electronics, Mitsubishi Rayon Cleansui Co., Ltd., Panasonic Corporation, Pentair Plc, Philip Electronics, Tata Chemicals Ltd., Unilever N.V., and Whirlpool Corporation.
As per a report by Transparency Market Research, the global water purifier market will register a healthy 8.4% CAGR from 2017 to 2025. At this rate it is expected to grow its value from US$ 53.36 bn in 2016 to US$110.02 bn by 2025.
Depending upon the type of accessories, the water purifier market is divided into pitcher filter, under sink filter, shower filter, faucet mount, water dispenser, replacement filters, counter top filters, house hold filters, etc. Among them, the segment of replacement filters is growing at a healthy clip because of their affordable prices and small cycle time. The TMR report forecasts the market for replacement filter to expand at a strong CAGR of 9.5% between 2017 and 2025.
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At the forefront of driving growth in the global water purifier market is the burgeoning global population. Their growing demand for clean water for consumption has generated strong demand in the market. This demand in urban areas is higher thanks to high levels of water pollution resulting from industries dumping their waste in water bodies advertently or inadvertently.
“Negligence in maintenance of water infrastructure has severely damaged many water supply lines. This has also polluted the water supply, leading to demand for water purifiers in all the major sectors. The industrial sector is worst affected during water crises, and hence is a strong driver of demand for water recycling processes. Additionally, increasing awareness among the consumer about drinking water quality and expanding residential and commercial construction activities have also increased the demand for water purifiers,” elaborates the lead analyst of the TMR report.