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Emission Control Systems Market to be driven by Industry 4.0

Automation is synonymous with Industry 4.0. The increasing cost of labor along with the fact that manufacturers are at their wit’s end regarding meeting of deadlines has resulted in them going for automation. Emission control systems are in great demand in verticals such as automotive, electronics and semiconductors, utility due to their ability of controlling automated processes. The food & beverage sector is also expected to be the major end-user going forward to address challenges like regulatory compliance, managing product quality, supply chain. Emission control systems are expected to enable process improvement on continuous basis. This factor is one of the catalysts to emission control systems market.

At the same time, there is a dearth of experts in this field. This factor is likely to restrain the emission control systems market in the forecast period.

How about distribution of Emission Control Systems Market?

The global emission control systems market, by type of device, spans catalytic converters, electrostatic precipitators, gas scrubbers, bag house filters, desulphurization units, recovery units, EGR units, combustor units, oxidizers, absorption columns, mist eliminators, and quenching systems.


Installation-wise, it’s retrofit and new. By end-use, it’s automotive & transportation (off-road, on-road, railways, and marine), industrial emission control systems (chemicals, petrochemicals & fertilizers, mining, cement, metallurgy, oil & gas refineries, and power generation plants), likewise (glass and pulp & paper), and waste incinerators. Persistence Market Research has mentioned about these developments along with insights in its latest market study entitled “Emission Control Systems Market”.

Region-wise Embellishment

North America holds the largest market share due to the US being home to sizable concentration of manufacturers of emission control systems. The US, in fact, is witnessing integration of multi-system emission control into single system. This is the ongoing trend over here. In the Europe, Germany is the one leading from the front. This could be credited to extensive research conducted over here. The Asia-Pacific is expected to grow at the fastest rate in the emission control systems market due to increase in awareness regarding application of selective catalytic reduction technology. Persistence Market Research walks through these facts with utmost profoundness in its latest market study entitled “Emission Control Systems market”.

Competitive Distillation

Persistence Market Research has profiled the key players in emission control systems market as DuPont de Nemours, Inc., Tenneco, Inc., GEA Group Aktiengesellschaft, MAN, Cummins, Inc., Faurecia SE, Denso Corporation, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group, Nett technologies Inc., Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc., DCL International Inc., Catalytic Products International, Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc., Ducon Technologies, Inc., Bosal Group, Valmet, Thermax Global Ltd., and ENVEA.


Persistence Market Research has gone further with mentioning about the developments on this count. For instance – Tenneco, Inc., along with Eaton plc, in March 2021, did enter into a joint venture through the former’s Clean Air business group and the latter’s vehicle group for producing integrated thermal management systems that could facilitate commercial light vehicle and truck manufacturers for meeting emission regulations for future. GEA, in February 2021, GEA procured 2 orders pertaining to gas cleaning systems from Compania Espanola de Petroleos SA (oil and energy group) for the refineries based out of Spain – San Roque and San Rabida. Dragos Inc., in 2018 entered into collaboration with GE for strengthening industrial threat response as well as detection.

The Road Further

The global emission control systems market is likely to gloat over technical expertise between 2021 and 2031 – Persistence Market Research

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