A comprehensive analysis of the ultrapure water treatment systems market for the United States including market sizing, market share by competitor, drivers, restraints and market forecasts to 2026. This analysis includes the COVID-19 impact.
[Published November 2020]
The U.S. ultrapure water (UPW) treatment systems market for the power generation, pharmaceutical, and microelectronics industries is a highly saturated and mature market. The market is dominated by a few players holding a significant market share. The top four companies made up more than 65.0 percent of the overall market share by revenue in 2019. The market has witnessed a great deal of consolidation over the last few years, which has strengthened the ability of companies to offer multiple technologies and comprehensive solutions.
The market drivers include diverse value-added services, market consolidation and alliances, marketing efforts by companies, growth of end- user segments, technological advances to increase system reliability uptime, and cost effectiveness. This market study includes UPW treatment systems used in power generation, microelectronics, and pharmaceutical industries.
The base year for the study is 2019 and the forecast period is from 2019 until 2026.
This market report captures the following information on the United States Ultrapure Water Treatment Systems Market Power Generation, Pharmaceutical, and Microelectronics Industries:
Evoqua Water Technologies LLC, Engie SA (SUEZ), Veolia Environnement SA, Nomura Micro Science Co., Ltd., Kurita Water Industries Ltd., SKion Water International GmbH (Ovivo Inc.), Pall Corporation, Fluence Corporation Limited, Wigen Companies, Inc, J. Harris Industrial Water Treatment, Inc. (Puretec Industrial Water) and others.