Since companies are getting competitive at increasing their expertise in new technologies for bio filters, manufacturers are pressured to keep up-to-date with latest aquarium filtration trends in the aquaculture landscape. Companies in the bio filter market are increasing their focus on modern power filters that have different capabilities, to suit the specific needs of customers. As such, power filters account for the highest revenue amongst all products in the bio filter market, with a projected value of ~US$ 1.3 billion by 2027. Thus, to increase sales, stakeholders are rolling out special offers and discounts for customers who purchase two or more filters. They are gaining steady profit by selling proprietary cartridges and filter materials.
Ceramic rings are gaining popularity as an affordable and effective bio media. They are increasingly being used in aquariums, and offer powerful biological filtration by keeping the tanks safe from dangerous chemicals. Ceramic rings are anticipated to dominate market growth in terms of value and volume, with an estimated production output of ~460,500 units by 2027, in the bio filter market.
Since customers encounter an increased buildup of ammonia and nitrites excreted by fish, ceramic rings help in the breeding of beneficial bacteria. However, customers need to be assured that these ceramic rings do not filter contaminated water, and only encourage beneficial bacteria to grow on the rings.
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Winning Imperatives: Self-cleaning Aquariums and Saltwater Biological Filters
Manufacturers in the bio filter market are tapping into new opportunities, such as the growing adoption of self cleaning fliters aquariums at homes and office spaces. This trend of self-cleaning aquariums is gaining increased traction, as cleaning tanks can be a tedious task for many customers, especially the millennial population who have busy work schedules. Manufacturers in the bio filter market are developing self-cleaning aquariums that are built, incorporated with a combination of cleaning methods such biological filtration along with mechanical and chemical processes. The aesthetic appeal of these innovative aquariums is emerging as a trend for gifting purposes. As such, there is growing demand for small, compact, and aesthetically-beautiful aquariums in the market landscape.
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Another trend that is likely to positively influence growth for the bio filter market is the increasing adoption of saltwater aquarium biological filters. Choosing the right biological filter material helps in the breeding of beneficial bacteria in aquariums. Manufacturers in the bio filter market are introducing canister-style filters that are available in various styles and sizes. A lot of consumers are choosing canister-style filters, since they offer multi-functional operations, as these filters contain a number of chambers that can hold a variety of materials that perform several functions.
Growing Need for Cost-efficient RAS that Increase Yield and Save Expensive Resources
Growth in the popularity of land-based aquaculture has propelled the expansion of the bio filter market. As such, land-based aquaculture is projected to dominate in terms of value and volume, in the bio filter market, with an estimated output of ~26,000 units by the end of 2027. Thus, companies in the bio filter market are increasing the efficacy of recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) to meet the growing needs of customers in the aquaculture space. However, RAS are limited by the availability of water and buildup of toxic ammonia excreted by the fish.
Many fish farmers with limited infrastructure and resources are deprived of the access to high-end technological RAS systems, which is likely to hamper the growth of land-based aquaculture. Since small- and medium-scale fish farmers have limited capital, purchasing technologically-advanced RAS becomes an expensive affair for them. To solve these problems, manufacturers in the bio filter landscape are aiming to develop RAS through cost-effective technology, to increase the availability of advanced RAS for small- and medium-scale fish farmers. For instance, Aqua-Spark – a global investment company for sustainable aquaculture businesses, announced a collaboration with BioFishency – an aquaculture solutions provider, to develop simple-to-operate RAS that would help fish farmers increase their yield and save expensive resources such as land and water.
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