Category: Investment, Water
DUBLIN - April 8, 2016 (www.waternewswire.com) Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Water Analysis Instrumentation Market" report to their offering.
The global water analysis instrumentation market is transitioning from the use of single instrument to measure one parameter to multi-parameter instruments and systems for continuous monitoring and profiling of water quality. Governments' keen interest in adopting preventive measures to safeguard against water-borne diseases has encouraged manufacturers to develop systems capable of detecting and responding to water quality changes instantaneously. As a result, real-time monitoring and online analysis of water quality have emerged prominent trends in the water analysis instrumentation market.
However, the shortage of experienced and skilled process technicians for implementing and processing the instruments has made end users largely dependent on the manufacturers for technical clarifications and support. Manufacturers need to develop advanced instruments capable of continuous monitoring and analysis without requiring human intervention to help address this labor issue.
Sophisticated instruments will hold the company in good stead in countries demonstrating rapid urbanization and industrialization. For instance, Asia-Pacific is proving a fertile market for modern water quality monitoring instruments due to the proliferation of refineries and petrochemical plants.
Meanwhile, in the United States, most of the market demand emanates from the pharmaceuticals industry, as the country is regulated by stringent standards such as the United States Pharmacopeia Regulations, which mandates water analysis and monitoring. In addition, the increasing number of environmental regulations dictating the production of shale gas and tight oil is driving the implementation of water monitoring and analysis tools in the shale industry.
The European market is already mature with water quality legislation such as Drinking Water Directive of 1998 and Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive of 1991 and has accounted for 33.1 percent of the market share in 2015. Overall, water analysis and monitoring instruments will experience steady adoption due to the imminent water shortage, government regulations and industrialization.
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