Published Date : Apr 22, 2016
Cleanrooms are controlled working environments that have minimal exposure to dust, allergens, aerosol particles, airborne microbes, and chemical vapors. These rooms are an important part of several industries wherein small particles can have negative impacts on research and development activities.
Coveralls Dominate Overall Market
The global cleanroom consumables market is segmented on the basis of product, applications, and geography. The products in this market are cleanroom apparels, cleaning products, cleanroom stationary, wipers, gloves, and adhesive mats. The cleanroom apparels segment is further sub-segmented into coverall, boot cover, frock, shoe cover, bouffant, sleeves, and others such as pants, face masks, and hood. The cleaning product segment is further divided into cleanroom mops, buckets, wringers, squeegees, validation swabs, and cleaning chemicals. The cleanroom stationary segment is inclusive of notebook and adhesive pads, paper, binders and clipboards, and labels, while the type of wipers in this market are wet and dry. Research shows that coveralls are the most widely used cleaning consumables in the overall market. Cleaning chemicals are bought in large quantities, which is why the account for the largest share in the global market.
Electronics and Healthcare Sectors Remain Biggest Users of Cleanroom Consumables
The application segment includes electronics, pharmaceuticals and biologics, medical devices, biotechnology, aerospace and defense, pharmaceutical and biologics, and others such as academics and automotive. Amongst the applications, the electronics and health care segments held a dominating share in the overall market as the demand for semiconductors, solar panels related assembly, and testing operations grew considerably. Furthermore, rise in the manufacturing of generic drugs and pharmaceutical API in emerging economies of Japan, India, China, and Taiwan also boosted the demand for cleanroom based consumable products.
Asia Pacific to Lead Global Market
Geographically, this market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World. Currently, Asia Pacific holds a lion’s share in the global cleanroom consumables market due increasing number of cleanrooms across the region. Factors such as rapid urbanization, rising disposable income, and shifting choices of spending are all driving the growth of this market.