Cleanroom Consumables Market Size, Share, and Growth Analysis Report
Cleanroom technology, once primarily associated with the electronics industry, is experiencing a remarkable shift as it infiltrates various other sectors. From healthcare facilities and research laboratories to medical device manufacturing units, biotechnology centers, and food and beverage processing companies, the applications of cleanroom technology are diversifying at an unprecedented rate.
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The transformation within the semiconductor industry, marked by the adoption of 300 mm wafers, has led to reduced consumable product usage, causing the electronics industry’s share in the cleanroom consumables market to shrink. In contrast, newer niche markets, such as biotechnology and food and beverages, are witnessing substantial growth, albeit from relatively smaller bases. The commercialization of innovative biotech products and the expansion of research areas are creating opportunities for critical environment products. The food and beverage industry, in particular, is opening up lucrative prospects in aseptic packaging applications. With these developments, the cleanroom consumables market is poised for promising growth in the foreseeable future.
Rising Demand in Healthcare Segment as Hospitalizations and Surgical Procedures Increase
The escalating number of surgeries and hospital admissions is driving the demand for cleanroom consumables. In the United States alone, the American Hospital Association (AHA) reported approximately 36.5 million hospital admissions in 2019. Moreover, countries like Japan, with a significant geriatric population, are experiencing extended hospital stays, with an average of approximately 16 days per patient. Longer hospitalizations naturally lead to increased consumption of cleanroom consumables, propelling market growth. Additionally, the global prevalence of invasive and non-invasive surgical procedures is boosting sales of cleanroom consumables. In 2014, the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) recorded approximately 17.2 million invasive surgical procedures in the US.
Gloves Maintain Their Position as Bestselling Cleanroom Consumable; Reusable Garments Follow
Gloves continue to be the most essential cleanroom consumable, accounting for an estimated 40-50% of consumables budgets in most clean rooms. Industries such as pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, medical devices, and biotechnology consume gloves on a large scale, given their critical role in ensuring safety. Moreover, the global emphasis on safety and personal hygiene, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, is driving unprecedented demand for gloves, both in terms of sales volume and revenue. Medical-grade gloves are particularly favored due to their role in preventing hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) and other common health conditions.
On the other hand, disposable and reusable garments contribute equally to revenue, although disposable garments tend to have higher unit sales. The choice between disposable and reusable garments depends on factors such as the frequency of garment changes, containment requirements, and the number of occasional visitors in controlled areas. Cleanroom apparel, including coveralls, frocks, pants, bouffants, face masks, shoe covers, and hoods, is a significant contributor to overall consumables demand. The pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, and biotechnology industries are expected to drive accelerated demand in this segment. Moreover, other product categories like cleaning products (wipes, swabs, cleanroom mops, wringers, and cleaning chemicals) also offer growth opportunities.
Demand Surges Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic, Highlighting Supply Chain Vulnerabilities
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed the fragility of global supply systems, prompting industries to adapt rapidly. The healthcare sector faced immense pressure during the pandemic, but key stakeholders, including regulators, researchers, and manufacturers, collaborated to develop effective diagnosis, treatment, and vaccination protocols. Cleanroom technologies and services played a critical role in maintaining quality and safety.
With the heightened risk of infection, global healthcare infrastructure faced unprecedented demands for personal protective equipment (PPE), medical oxygen concentrators, ventilators, and other critical medical supplies. Operations in major supply hubs like China and India were temporarily halted during lockdowns, leading to supply chain disruptions. Rising costs of consumables, including raw materials, delivery, energy, and packaging, have made periodic reviews of cleanroom consumables economically imperative.
Developed Regions Lead the Global Cleanroom Consumables Market
North America is poised to dominate the global cleanroom consumables market in the coming years. The region’s early adoption of novel products has given it a competitive advantage. Europe also continues to witness significant demand for cleanroom consumables, with many universities engaged in cleanroom technology research and development. The region hosts over 50 conferences, exhibitions, and numerous publications focused on cleanroom technology.
Key companies driving the global cleanroom consumables market include DuPont, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc., Berkshire Corporation, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Contec Inc., Micronclean, Ansell Ltd., VWR International LLC, Texwipe, MAPA Professionnel, Cantel Medical, and Valutek Inc.
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