The market is mainly driven by rising regulatory concerns regarding better quality of healthcare products and safety of working personnel in healthcare industry; an upsurge in development of new biologics, increasing demand of sterilized pharmaceutical formulations, and rising applications of cleanrooms in medical device industry. However, the customized designing of cleanrooms as per customer requirements is a major challenge for the cleanroom providers. Also, the high cost associated with the installation and use of cleanrooms may restrict the growth of the market to a certain extent.
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The global healthcare cleanroom technology market is broadly categorized by technology, construction, end user, and geography. By technology, the healthcare cleanrooms are classified into two major segments, namely, equipment and consumables. These technology segments are further sub-segmented depending on the product type. The equipment segment is classified into Fan Filter Units (FFU), HVAC Systems, Laminar Air Flow Systems and Biosafety Cabinets, HEPA Filters, and Air Diffusers and Showers. The consumables are classified into two major segments, namely, safety consumables and cleaning consumables.
The prominent players in the cleanroom technology market are Illinois Tool Works, Inc. (ITW) (U.S.), Kimberly-Clark Corporation (U.S.), E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (U.S.), M+W Group (Germany), Azbil Corporation (Japan) and Royal Imtech N.V. (Netherlands), Alpiq Group (Switzerland), Ardmac Ltd. (Ireland), and Taikisha, Ltd. (Japan).
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