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U.S. HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) Vacuum Filters Market

U.S. HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) Vacuum Filters Market: United States Industry Analysis, Size, Share And Forecast, 2010 - 2018

In the industrial sectors, high filters are installed in clean rooms to control the buildup of airborne dust and gases. A HEPA filter gathers hazardous particles such as pet dander, dust mites, pollen, and tobacco smoke by forcing air through a small mesh. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), allergic diseases, such as asthma, are the fifth most prevalent chronic illnesses in the US amongst all ages, and the third most common chronic illness among individuals under the age of 18 years. The higher incidence of allergies and asthma in the US is likely to emerge as a key driver of the U.S. HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) vacuum filters market.

As per statistics, the incidence of airborne infectious illnesses, asthma, and pulmonary allergies in the US are increasing year after year, which is expected to raise demand for HEPA vacuum filters. These filters, as per a press release from the American Thoracic Society, are a highly effective intervention since they are affordable to buy and capable of eliminating microscopic particles that humans can inhale. The U.S. HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) vacuum filters market is likely to gain from growing awareness among consumers about airborne infectious illnesses. This is in addition to the rising prevalence of respiratory allergies.

The U.S. HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) vacuum filters market takes a comprehensive look at the industry. The study covers the history of the market, as well as the most recent trends and top forecasts for the U.S. HEPA vacuum filters market. A financial analysis and business strategy of the top firms participating in the U.S. HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) vacuum filters market are also included in the study.

Rise in the Prevalence of Asthma and Allergies to Drive Revenue Generation Opportunities in the Market

The rising frequency of allergies and asthma caused by common pollutants such as pollen and dust is estimated to drive the demand for HEPA vacuum filters in the US. Around one in every five Americans, or over 60 million people, suffers from some kind of allergies or asthma. Since HEPA vacuum filters are so effective at removing even minute allergens like pollen, they are in great demand. It is expected that by 2025, the number of individuals suffering from allergies and asthma in the US is predicted to reach over 100 million, increasing the significance of this aspect in the U.S. HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) vacuum filters market.

The need for improved and powerful HEPA vacuum filters has been spurred by growing people's awareness about the threat of infectious illnesses, which has been supported by government measures. Due to the rising quantity of air pollution in the US, airborne diseases have become a big hazard, and individual end users and also hospitals have begun to deploy HEPA vacuum filter systems to lower the occurrence of airborne diseases.

Rising Demand for Product Innovation and Affordable Cost to Drive the Market in the US

Despite the demonstrated advantages of HEPA vacuum filters over traditional air filter technology, the former's rising costs are a key constraint in the U.S. HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) vacuum filters market. Companies have failed to reach a sustainable cost-price balance due to high technological competence of HEPA vacuum filters. Companies in the US is likely to find it simpler to offer HEPA vacuum filters at reduced prices as demand from the healthcare industry develops.

However, considering product innovation is a key difference in the consolidated U.S. HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) vacuum filters market, companies are expected to keep on adding features to their products, resulting in higher costs. In the next few years to come, this is expected to emerge as a critical problem in the U.S. HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) vacuum filters market, as companies are expected to combine rising demand for features such as organic volatile compound elimination with the requirement to lower prices in order to raise sales volume.

U.S. HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) Vacuum Filters Market

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
1. Introduction 
 
2. Executive Summary 
 
3. U.S. HEPA Filters Market
    3.1. Market Overview
    3.2. Drivers
          3.2.1. Prevalence of asthma and allergies in the United States 
          3.2.2. Increased awareness towards airborne infectious diseases
          3.2.3. Increased enforcement of standards within various industries due to concerns over health and safety 
          3.2.4. Increasing applications of HEPA filters in Automobile and aircraft industry
          3.2.5. Support from regulatory bodies for the use of HEPA filters
   3.3. Inhibitors and Opportunity
          3.3.1. Price 
          3.3.2. Scope for technology integration
   3.4. Porters Five Forces Model for U.S. HEPA Filters Market
          3.4.1. Bargaining power of supplier
          3.4.2. Bargaining power of buyer
          3.4.3. Threat of substitute products
          3.4.4. Threat of new entrants
          3.4.5. Rivalry among existing competitors
   3.5. Market Attractiveness Analysis for the U.S. HEPA Filters Application Market
   3.6. Market Share for Major HEPA Players
 
4. U.S. Air Filtration Media Market By Product 
    4.1. U.S. Air Filtration Media Market Volume and Revenue by product type, 2012 VS 2018
          4.1.1. U.S. air filtration media market volumes, 2010-2018, (kilo tons)
          4.1.2. U.S. air filtration media market revenues, 2010-2018, (USD Million)
   4.2. U.S. Air Filtration Media Market By Product Type, 2010 – 2018
          4.2.1. U.S. Bag Filters market volumes & revenues, 2010-2018, (kilo tons), (USD Million)
          4.2.2. Mid/High Performance filters market volumes & revenues, 2010-2018, (kilo tons), (USD   
Million)
          4.2.3. HEPA/ULPA market volumes & revenues, 2010-2018, (kilo tons), (USD Million)
          4.2.4. Dust Filters market volumes & revenues, 2010-2018, (kilo tons), (USD Million)
          4.2.5. Chemical Filters market volumes & revenues, 2010-2018, (kilo tons), (USD Million) 
 
5. U.S. HEPA Filters Market By Application 
    5.1.  Commercial Market Volumes & Revenues, 2010-2018, (kilo tons), (USD Million)
    5.2. Residential Market Volumes & Revenues, 2010-2018, (kilo tons), (USD Million)
    5.3. Electronics Market Volumes & Revenues, 2010-2018, (kilo tons), (USD Million)
    5.4. Bioclean Market Volumes & Revenues, 2010-2018, (kilo tons), (USD Million)
    5.5. Power Market Volumes & Revenues, 2010-2018, (kilo tons), (USD Million)
    5.6. Metals Market Volumes & Revenues, 2010-2018, (kilo tons), (USD Million)
    5.7. Other Industrial Market Volumes & Revenues, 2010-2018, (kilo tons), (USD Million) 
 
6. Company Profiles
    6.1. 3M
          6.1.1. Company Overview
          6.1.2. Financial overview
          6.1.3. Business Strategy
          6.1.4. Segment overview
          6.1.5. SWOT
   6.2. Filtrauto S.A
          6.2.1. Company Overview
          6.2.2. Financial overview
          6.2.3. Business Strategy
          6.2.4. Segment overview
          6.2.5. SWOT
   6.3. Pall Corporation 
          6.3.1. Company Overview
          6.3.2. Financial overview
          6.3.3. Business Strategy
          6.3.4. Segment overview
          6.3.5. SWOT
 
7. Appendix – Market Table
   7.1. U.S. Air Filtration Media Market Volumes By Product Type, 2009 - 2018, (kilo tons)
          7.1.1. Bag Filters
          7.1.2. Mid/High Performance filters
          7.1.3. HEPA/ULPA
          7.1.4. Dust Filters
          7.1.5. Chemical Filters
   7.2. U.S. Air Filtration Media Market Revenues By Product Type, 2009 - 2018, (USD Million)
          7.2.1. Bag Filters
          7.2.2. Mid/High Performance filters
          7.2.3. HEPA/ULPA
          7.2.4. Dust Filters
          7.2.5. Chemical Filters
   7.3. U.S. HEPA/ULPA Filters Market Volumes By Application, 2009 - 2018, (kilo tons)
          7.3.1. Commercial
          7.3.2. Residential
          7.3.3. Metals
          7.3.4. Electronics
          7.3.5. Bioclean
          7.3.6. Power
          7.3.7. Other Industrial Application
   7.4. U.S. HEPA/ULPA Filters Market Revenues By Application, 2009 - 2018, (USD Million) 
          7.4.1. Commercial
          7.4.2. Residential
          7.4.3. Metals
          7.4.4. Electronics
          7.4.5. Bioclean
          7.4.6. Power
          7.4.7. Other Industrial Application
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