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GAS DETECTION EQUIPMENT

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  •  DATE

    JUNE 2020

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The global market for Gas Detection Equipmentis projected to reach US$4.0 billion by 2025, driven by the increasing focus on personnel and plant safety; legislation of stringent occupational health and safety regulations; healthy consumption outlook for natural gas and the ensuing establishment of natural gas processing plants. Also poised to drive growth in the market are factors such as emerging popularity of wireless gas detectors and ultrasonic sensors; developments in sensor sensitivity; emerging new applications in chemical production, mining & metals; and rising costs of accidents caused by gas leaks and legal penalization for the same. All of these factors are encouraging investments in gas detection equipment in confined spaces and high-risk operational environments. Few of the benefits driving adoption of wireless gas sensors include plug-and-play convenience, low cost, unrivalled flexibility and safety, conduit-free installation, elimination of expensive wiring and cabling requirements, reduced maintenance, remote monitoring capabilities via radio communication and elimination of the need to repeatedly install and relocate detectors. Since most chemical explosions occur when gases or vapors exceeds 10,000ppm in air, there is growing emphasis on developing equipment capable of detecting toxic gases in sub-100ppm. Gas detection management software can be used to wield data as a weapon to reduce and eliminate gas exposure. A growing number of plants are ensuring continuous gas monitoring by facilitating use of personal gas monitors and wireless gas monitors.Few of the noteworthy trends in the market include expanding use of hydrogen gas, a relatively dangerous fuel, in diverse industrial environments and the ensuing demand for hydrogen gas detection equipment; growing significance of multi-gas detectors in compact form factors and with enhanced features; rising prominence of lower power consumption characteristics of polymer gas sensors and increased use of infrared and photoionization (pid) technology in the detection of oxygen, hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide and combustible gases. Developments in materials with chemoresistor properties such as metal oxide semiconductors, conductive polymers, carbon nanotubes and graphene are expected to help reduce fabrication complexity and costs associated with chemoresistive sensors. The United States and Europe represent major markets worldwide supported by clear and precise conformance requirements for personnel and environmental safety. Asia-Pacific including China ranks as a major market led by factors such as presence of huge unconventional gas reserves across the region which will likely drive future investments in oil & gas upstream projects; large base of gas fired industrial plants; and steady growth of pharmaceutical, construction and mining sectors.

SEGMENTS

» Sensor Type (Electrochemical, Metal Oxide, Infrared, Catalytic, Zirconia, Other Sensor Types) » Technology (Single Gas Detection, Multi Gas Detection) » Product Type (Fixed, Portable) » End-Use (Oil & Gas, Chemical, Mining & Metals, Water & Wastewater Treatment, Power, Other End-Uses)

GEOGRAPHIES

» World » USA » Canada » Japan » China » Europe » France » Germany » Italy » UK » Spain » Russia » Rest of Europe » Asia-Pacific » Australia » India » South Korea » Rest of Asia-Pacific » Latin America » Argentina » Brazil » Mexico » Rest of Latin America » Middle East » Iran » Israel » Saudi Arabia » UAE » Rest of Middle East » Africa

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