Ultrapure Water Market worth 7.15 Billion USD by 2020

Ultrapure Water Market

Ultrapure water is a growing market, with a significant number of global and regional players. The major companies operating in the global ultrapure water market are GE Water and Process Technologies Inc. (U.S.), Veolia Environment S.A. (France), Ovivo Inc. (Canada), Pall Corporation (U.S.), Dow Water & Process Solutions (U.S.), Koch Membrane Systems (U.S.), and Hydranautics (U.S.), among others.

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These companies have been adopting various strategies such as new product launches, joint ventures, acquisitions, collaborations, and others in order to grow and strengthen their foothold in this market. In November 2015, Microdyn Nadir launched R-AQUADYN, a compact rack solution-based on the double asymmetric, hydrophilic low fouling PAN hollow fiber membrane.

In March 2015, Evoqua Water Technologies announced to double its production capacity for its leading range of water treatment products at one of its key production facilities in the U.S. to meet the increasing global demand for its products and services. The new Evoqua Tewksbury facility will manufacture a range of water treatment products including Evoqua’s Ionpure continuous electrodeionization (CEDI) modules; its new electrochemical desalination technology; and Capac impressed current cathodic protection anodes.

In July, 2015, Ovivo has successfully completed the UPW expansion project at the SUNY Poly CNSE Albany NanoTech Complex. The USD 20 billion SUNY Poly CNSE Albany NanoTech Complex, located in Albany, New York, is a home to the world’s first global 450mm Consortium, a 450mm wafer, and equipment development program

In February 2015, Veolia Water Technologies Launched the Next Generation in Purified Water Technology, available in three models with an expanded range of flow rates from 0.5 to 20m³/hr. The Orion is an evolution in modular water treatment. It comes with a number of sustainability features including low energy Reverse Osmosis (RO) membranes, integral recovery RO, and concentrate recycle.

In December 2014, Evoqua Water Technologies introduced its proven, energy, and space efficient Vantage M41 RO (reverse osmosis) system for industrial applications to Asia. The Vantage M41 RO system is suitable for the production of process ingredient water, rinse water, food ingredient water, safe drinking water, boiler feed water, ion exchange pretreatment, RO reject reclaim, wastewater recycling, and more uses.

In August 2014, Ovivo Awarded two major Contracts worth over USD 12.7 million in the electronics and energy markets in Asia-Pacific. The first contract is for the supply of a high pressure condensate polishing water system for a new large power plant in Southeast Asia. The second contract is to provide state of the art process water supply and waste water treatment plant for a new printed circuit production line of a world-leading Printed Circuit Board manufacturer in China.

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These companies focusing on new product launches, agreements, contracts, mergers & acquisitions, expansions & partnerships have together accounted for 56% of total new developments in the ultrapure water market between 2011 and 2015.

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