Posted February 13, 2019 11:05:03Air purifying systems are one of the most widely used and affordable water purification systems on the planet.
They have been proven to remove harmful odors, keep water safe and are a great way to keep air quality in check.
But the market for water purifying devices is still booming, and manufacturers are seeing demand from home buyers who don’t have the time or money to install and maintain a costly water purifier.
In a new report from The Water Research Institute, the researchers examined the market share of the water purifiers market and the factors that drive that growth.
“It’s a really complex market, because the purifiers are not necessarily the only device that you need, they are a tool for achieving those goals,” said Dr. James W. Schatz, senior vice president and dean for the College of Environmental and Biological Sciences at UC Berkeley.
“But they are the tool that most of the buyers and sellers are choosing to use.”
The researchers found that water purifies are increasingly popular among home buyers.
The market for home water purging systems grew to a whopping $17.4 billion in 2020 from $5.9 billion in 2019.
However, there was no growth in the number of people using these systems.
Water purifiers have the potential to be an inexpensive, environmentally friendly solution for the home and the environment, especially if you can get a low price.
The cost of a home water filter is $100, and that is a lot of money.
The researchers found the cost per filter is around $10, and there are many different kinds.
“The purifiers will only be needed once,” Schatz said.
“You don’t need to buy them every month.
But you don’t want to pay for the purification water, either.”
The water purify systems market grew more than 60 percent over the last decade, from $3.4 million in 2003 to $11.4 in 2020.
But while the market grew, the price of these devices has dropped over the same period, and while there are still plenty of manufacturers competing in the market, the demand is not as high as it once was.
“With the water filters, people are not paying the same price for water they have been paying for years, but they are paying a much higher price because they are using less water,” Schulz said.
Schatz said the researchers looked at water purifications that were sold in the United States and the world and found the majority of the products sold in U.S. markets are from Chinese manufacturers.
The report also found that the water systems that were most commonly sold in European markets and Asia are also the most expensive.
“I think the biggest driver for the market growth is China, where the water system market is going through the roof,” he said.
China has been the world’s top purifier market for the past decade, and now has more than 4,000 units of water purified water available to home owners.
However the report also finds that in China, the market is still very fragmented and that there is a strong demand for water filters that work at lower prices.
The market is not evenly distributed among the world, however, and the market in Europe is also still growing.
According to the report, the U.K. is still growing at the fastest rate in the world.
The U.P. has also grown at the highest rate in Europe over the past two years, and many other European countries are also seeing strong growth in their water systems.
The researchers also found the market has become increasingly fragmented and competition is intense.
Consumers in China and the U, and other Asian countries, have begun using the purifying technology in the home.
But these markets have also seen a decline in sales and sales of the devices have been dropping over the years.
“A lot of the manufacturers have had to find other ways to sell their devices to meet the growing demand,” Schutz said.
The Water Research institute’s report is available at: https://www.waterresearchinstitute.org/publications/a-guide-to-the-water-purification-market/