Water scarcity along with the ineffective water management activities in several areas has stimulated the use of water treatment equipment systems in South East Asia. Increasing use of pesticides along with the rapid expansion in industrialization is said to be the key factor abolishing the quality of potable water. According to a recent report, water bodies that provide water to several local inhabitants display highly noxious constituents. The condition is said to degrade in the coming years owing to lack of assurance of municipal bodies that supply drinking water. This has stimulated the use for UV purifiers mainly in South East Asia regions, where the drinkable water quality is found to be extremely low. This is propelling the use of residential water treatment equipment in the region.
UV water purifier system is said to be the chief emerging segment in South East Asia. It is one of the most effective forms of purifying water as the purification process entirely destroys the DNA of bacteria. Sometimes, the water also becomes polluted owing to natural contamination present in the source. UV water purification process uses extremely less amount of electricity and needs no chemicals such as chlorine disinfection. The demand for UV-based purifiers is likely to augment rapidly and will cross US$ 180 million during the predictable period (2016-2026).
On the other hand, reverse osmosis (RO) purifier’s demand is escalating promptly. This owes to the growth in industrialization that has led to the contamination of the groundwater. Indonesia has witnessed growth in adoption of residential water treatment equipment lately. The demand for UV purifier segment in Indonesia was valued at US$ 32 million in 2015 and is expected to cross over US$ 90 million by 2026. Reverse osmosis process removes several types of vicious species including bacteria. It also removes the chlorine taste and odors from the water. RO process produces highly purified water with the improved taste. According to the recent report, DriSteem, one of the prominent manufacturer for water treatment products has lately declared 200 series reverse osmosis water treatment system. This system comprises of comprehensive management along with building automation systems communications capability. The product efficiently reduces the maintenance on downstream equipment by eradicating over 98% of dissolved solids from the supply water. It also offers low total cost of ownership. The product has additional low energy membranes and is extremely high efficient.
The market is likely to display noteworthy development particularly in Asia and Latin America. Rising awareness levels, increasing disposable incomes along with expanding urbanization& industrialization are fueling the demand for residential water treatment equipment further.
Increasing disposable income coupled with escalating health concerns in China have boosted the customer awareness considerably, eventually furthering the need for adopting the usage of residential water treatment equipment. According to a report, the market for residential water treatment equipment in witnessed the revenues for more than $2.5 billion in 2014.
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India is said to experience enormous growth for residential water treatment equipment over the predictable period of time. Factors propelling the growth comprises rising customer awareness along with the poor standard of water quality. Another driver is rising disposable income in the region.