According to recent market research "Dewatering Equipment Market by Type (Sludge (Application (Industrial,Municipal), Technology (Centrifuges, Belt Presses,Filter Presses, Vacuum Filters,Drying Beds,Sludge Lagoons)), Others (Paper, Plastic)), and Region - Global Forecast to 2025", The global dewatering equipment market size is projected to grow from USD 4.3 billion in 2020 to USD 5.4 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 4.4% from 2020 to 2025. The market growth is driven by rising environmental awareness and stringent regulatory laws regarding sludge disposal.
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By type, the sludge dewatering segment accounted for the largest share of the dewatering equipment market in 2019. Sludge dewatering process plays a critical role, both economically and operationally, especially when methods of disposal involve heat treatment and landfill disposal. The sludge dewatering process significantly reduces the volume of sludge and increases the solid content. The reduction in volume reduces costs related to treatment and transportation of the sludge. Dry solids content, retention time, type of compounds present, and type and efficiency of the sludge stabilization process are some of the factors that affect the dewatering ability of sludge. Sludge dewatering equipment is the more widely used dewatering equipment in comparison to other dewatering equipment, such as plastic, paper, cloth, mineral tailing, and food. Sludge dewatering equipment led the dewatering equipment market in 2019 and is projected to have a higher demand in the coming years.
By technology, the centrifuge segment accounted for the largest share of the dewatering equipment market in 2019. Centrifuges separate solids from liquids through sedimentation and centrifugal force. Although there are several types of centrifuges available, the solid bowl decanter type, also known as scroll centrifuge, is most widely used for the dewatering of water and sewage plant sludge. Some of the key factors driving the demand for centrifuges include lower capital cost required in comparison to filter press, minimal requirement of attention by the operator, and compact modular and closed system design that reduces the potential for messy spillage or splashing of sludge or water onto floors.
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The global dewatering equipment market size is projected to grow from USD 4.3 billion in 2020 to USD 5.4 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 4.4% from 2020 to 2025. Rising environmental awareness and stringent regulatory laws regarding sludge disposal are expected to drive the dewatering equipment market.
Alfa Laval AB (Sweden), Andritz AG (Austria), Veolia Environnement SA (France), HUBER SE (Germany), Gruppo Pieralisi (Italy), Hitachi Zosen Corporation (Japan), Evoqua Water Technologies Corp. (US), SUEZ (France), GEA (Germany), Mitsubishi Kakoki Kaisha, Ltd. (Japan), Dewaco Ltd. (Finland), PHOENIX Process Equipment (US), Aqseptence Group (Germany), Flo Trend Systems, Inc. (US), Hiller GmbH (Germany), EMO (France), Kontek Ecology Systems Inc. (Canada), AES Arabia Ltd. (Saudi Arabia), ENCON Evaporators (US), Geofabrics Australasia Pty. Ltd. (Australia), and TenCate Geosynthetics Americas (US). are some of the leading players operating in the dewatering equipment market. These players have adopted the strategies of expansion, new product development, and joint ventures to enhance their position in the market.
Alfa Laval AB, in September 2019 launched its new ALDEC G3 VecFlow decanter centrifuge for sludge dewatering and thickening at the WEFTEC exhibition in Chicago, US. The new decanter centrifuge features the company’s unique VecFlow feed zone that reduces power consumption by 30% by reducing the turbulence of the systems by more than 80%, thus increasing separation performance. This product has been specifically designed for industrial and municipal wastewater treatment plants.
HUBER SE, in March 2020 expanded its footprint in the US with the opening of a new office and a production unit in Denver, North Carolina. The company has a presence in the US market since the 1980s. However, all the equipment was either imported or sold through third-party vendors. The company has been experiencing a yearly increase in order intake but, at the same time, facing local restrictions, such as the Buy American Act, which prompted the company to set up the new facility in Denver. This new unit includes over 44,000 sq. ft. of a manufacturing facility and will focus on producing the company’s screening and dewatering products, such as HUBER Wash Press WAP series.
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