Top 4 New Technologies in Water Purifiers to Boost Water Purifier Market

Published By : 17 Mar 2016 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

The swift global growth in population has resulted in the rise of water pollution, specifically in urban areas where the growth of population is rapid and also due to the presence of numerous industries dumping waste water into the rivers. In addition, the lower availability of freshwater, particularly in the Middle East has resulted in the reliance on ocean water in a number of countries, resulting in the soaring demand for desalination processes, thus boosting the water purifier market.

There have been a number of technological innovations in water purifiers in the past few years for meeting the growing demand in developing nations. Some of these innovations have been elaborated as under:

  • High-Technology Materials with Sunlight: A new technology has been introduced by a team in Dublin City University wherein the water purifier uses sunlight. These systems include a cocktail of 2 ingredients including graphene and TiO2. The best TiO2 shape which will be active in sunlight is used and the sticky graphene helps in catching the pollutants. 
  • Aquavus Technology: The scientists and engineers in the UK have invented Aquavus, a sophisticated systems used to desalinate and purify ocean water using ultrasound waves.  One unit of the purification system is able of treating around 800 gallons of water per day. The system also used powerful ultrasound for exploding unclean water in particles of a size less than 10 microns.  Thereafter, micro particles condense and evaporated, resulting in clean water.
  • Tequatic Plus Fine Particle Filter: This filter made by the company Dow Water & Process Solutions helps in the processing of a broad range of high-solid and impure water. This presents a cost-effective solution for the treatment of wastewater in a number of industry verticals.
  • Grundfos Technology: As hospital wastewater is quite dangerous for both human beings and marine life. Especially in cases of flooding and heavy rains, holder tanks within the sewer systems may overflow. Hence, an experimental plant located in Denmark utilizes Grunfos technology for cleansing the waste water of a Danish hospital of biological and medicinal residues that the normal sewage treatment is not able to handle. 

Thus, owing to the increasing technological advancements in the market for water purifiers, the market is poised to rise exponentially in the coming years.

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