Ultraviolet C (UV-C) light air purification is gaining prominence to help protect against potential airborne pathogens such as COVID-19, pneumonia, and influenza. Such trends are creating incremental opportunities for manufacturers in the UV air purifiers market. Though facemasks and social distancing are effective in combating the spread of coronavirus, UV-C light disinfection is emerging as an efficacious method to prevent airborne transmission.
Companies in the UV air purifiers market are scurrying to leverage incremental opportunities in severe cold weather areas where such devices are in demand, since recommendations for socializing outdoors is not practical. An increasing number of COVID-19 positive cases after first dose of vaccine is another driver of the UV air purifiers for indoor air sterilization.
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Medical Grade HEPA Filtration Solves Issues of Low UV Dosage, Interference
Despite many advantages of UV air purifiers, these devices are under scrutiny by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for their practical efficacy in the killing of pathogens and viruses including COVID-19. Issues such as low dosage due to bulb coatings and too much interference with the HEPA (High-efficiency Particulate Air) filter result in the germs to stay unaffected by the device. Such problems have led to the adoption of medical grade HEPA filtration as a safe alternative.
The UV air purifiers market is expected to reach US$ 2.5 Bn by the end of 2031. Manufacturers are increasing their R&D efforts to combine UV light with medical grade HEPA filtration to gain approval by the CDC for future UV air purifiers.
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UV with HEPA Filter Air Purifiers Work More Effectively than Conventional Devices
Online reviews of UV air purifiers are playing an instrumental role in sales opportunities for manufacturers. These devices are being highly publicized in India, as researchers are emphasizing that UV with HEPA filter air purifiers work more effectively when the UV light is on as compared to conventional devices. Some of popular devices are GermGuardian AC5250PT, EnviroKlenz Mobile UV, and InvisiClean Aura II that are grabbing consumer attention through online sales and eCommerce.
The UV air purifiers market is estimated to grow at a robust CAGR of ~8% during the assessment period. Manufacturers in the UV air purifiers market are increasing efforts to incorporate a 3-stage filtration system involving pre-filter and charcoal filter that traps large particles such as dust and pet hair.
European Airports Demand UV Air Purifiers with Wet Air Pollution Control Technology
European innovations are intensifying competition in the UV air purifiers market. Italy-based Is Clean Air company is increasing its focus in the wet air pollution control technology, a process inspired by the rain cycle and coupled with UV treatment. Such technologies have the capability to treat indoor air at airports, and are being used for outdoor experiments to treat fine particles, nitrogen oxides, VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), and ozone.
Ultra silent UV air purifiers are translating into revenue opportunities for manufacturers in the UV air purifiers market. These are smart devices with digital dual ionic filters, which help to automatically detect airborne pollutants.
Easy Interfaces in Certified Air Purifiers Preferred by Users
Companies in the UV air purifiers market are increasing their production capabilities in devices that not only trap germs but also kill them. They are increasing efforts to increase the availability of the medical-grade purification technology using a combination of HEPA filters and powerful UV-C lamps to trap particles and kill microorganisms. Such technologies are becoming increasingly commonplace in homes, office spaces, retail stores, salons, and boutiques.
Easy-to-use button interface, wide five-level fan speed, and sleep mode are features being highly preferred by users. Manufacturers are aiming to produce AHAM verified, Energy Star certified, and CARB approved devices to boost their credibility in the UV air purifiers market.
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