Regenerative Turbine Pump Market Growth Overview with Detailed Analysis, Competitive landscape, Forecast to 2027

Regenerative turbine pumps are used in an application with high discharge pressures and small flow rates. Unlike other types of centrifugal pumps, regenerative turbine pumps can handle large gas volumes without restricting the liquid stream. These pumps are widely used in car wash stations for increasing water network pressure. Regenerative pumps are also used in the mechanical and chemical industry as smaller pumps for boiler feed, for recirculation and cooling.

High gas-handling capacity, low flow interruption, and a compact design are crucial features owing to which these pumps are implemented in a wide range of applications. These pumps can not only handle pure liquids but also polluted and non-abrasive ones. Such an extensive feature range has increased the insistence for regenerative turbine pumps.

According to a recent study, the regenerative turbine pump market size is anticipated to surpass USD 290 million by the end of 2027.

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Implementation of single stage regenerative turbine pumps in the oil & gas industry to stimulate the demand

Single stage regenerative pumps can deliver liquids at the outlet with low or zero pressure pulsation. Also, it is simple in design and compact in size which can be helpful in reducing maintenance costs. In addition, these pumps are widely adopted across a variety of sectors like waste management, chemical, agriculture and oil & energy.

On the other hand, self-priming regenerative turbine pumps are frequently considered trash pumps as they are used in the construction and mining industry for dewatering their sites. With many countries expanding their infrastructures, the demand for self-priming pumps is likely to increase over the forecasted timeframe.

The expanding agricultural sector to bolster the product demand

Developing countries have witnessed a surge in population over the years, which has increased the demand for clean and healthy food products. The agricultural sector is growing at a staggering rate to satisfy these demands. Additionally, surging necessity of efficient and improved irrigation systems has stimulated the insistence for advanced turbine pumps. These factors will increase the installation of regenerative turbine pumps throughout the forecasted timeframe.

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Geographically, North America is predicted to experience significant surge in demand for regenerative turbine pumps. These pumps are largely utilized in chemical industry as they are capable of capturing vapors while processing chemicals. In addition, increased disposable income has allowed the population to purchase these pumps for the food & beverage sector, thus propelling the demand for regenerative turbine pumps over the forecast period.

Many key players are devising strategies like product launches, collaboration and mergers & acquisitions to solidify their position in the market. To support this statement with an instance, Ebstray pumps, a part of PSG Dover Co., released their latest product from their HiFlow Series of regenerative pumps. Ebstray HiFlow Series pumps are designed to optimize the handling and transport of propane, LPG, butane, etc. These pumps are available in R77/R75 models to be used for large transport trailers and R82/R80 models for base-mounted setups. Such product launches will promote the usage of regenerative pumps.

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