Top 3 Trends Favoring Food & Beverage Air Filters Market Expansion Over 2026

Growing emphasis on manufacturing food products by maintaining utmost hygiene and quality could propel the food & beverage air filters market size. Surging cases of food poisoning and cross contamination of food products with pathogens and dust is anticipated to drive the deployment of air filters in food and beverage sector. The U.S. FDA has imposed stringent regulations regarding clean labeling and packaging, compelling food and beverage manufacturers to install air filters in the production centers.

Companies operating in the food & beverage air filters market are working on new product development. For example, in 2020, filtration firm Porvair Filtration Group Ltd. launched its filtration catalogue consisting of a variety of new and advanced products, including an expanded range of compressed air products suitable for high-purity applications such as food & beverages processing. Based on such developments, Global Market Insights, Inc., suggests that the food & beverage air filters market may surpass USD 1.5 billion by the year 2026.

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Elaborated below are some of the key trends that may propel food & beverage air filters market outlook:

  1. Robust technological advancements

Technological advancements in design and features of filtration media and air filters is anticipated to have a positive impact the market. Several manufacturers of air filters are working on creating high quality HEPA filters at a reasonable cost, which could raise its adoption rate among food and beverage producers.

Speaking of food, the food and ingredients application segment is likely to witness significant demand for air filters. The application section held a valuation of more than USD 310 million in 2019 and is expected to record a CAGR of 6.9% over the forecast timeframe. This can be attributed to rising product adoption owing to high levels of emissions of dust particles in factories which process wheat, flour, raw agricultural items, spices and grains.

  1. Increasing demand from the dairy industry

Growing awareness among consumers about the advantages of incorporating milk and dairy products in their diets could fuel the expansion activities across dairy farms and industry, instigating the installation of air filters. There is a pressing need for eliminating vegetative spores from cheese and milk products in the dairy business.

  1. Rising application of HEPA, EPA, and ULPA air filters

The EPA, ULPA, and HEPA air filters segment is anticipated to register USD 380.27 million over the forecast period. Robust innovations and high filtration efficiency of up to 99.99% is likely to fuel the usage of ULPA and HEPA air filters.

Additionally, growing incidences of combustible dust explosions in the food & beverage processing sector is projected to boost the demand for dust collectors in the upcoming years. Fire and slip hazards along with health risks caused due to the mists released from the spraying of vegetable oils at the time of food processing could drive the adoption of mist collectors.

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